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GGN: 4052852629690
Panama
Open Blue Sea Farms Panama, S.A.

434 Morse St. Clayton, 00000, Panama City

Fischarten : Cobia [Rachycentron canadum]
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Open Blue is a pioneer and leader in deep water open-ocean raised fish. We produce fresh and frozen whole, filleted and portioned Cobia (Rachycentron canadum) of Panamanian origin. Our fish are grown [..] Open Blue is a pioneer and leader in deep water open-ocean raised fish. We produce fresh and frozen whole, filleted and portioned Cobia (Rachycentron canadum) of Panamanian origin. Our fish are grown in submersible enclosures in the largest deep water open-ocean mariculture site in the world, 7 to 8 miles off the Caribbean coastline of Panama. Our fish have plenty of room to grow in these large, deep-water enclosures, and we produce a thriving source of premium fish. Our offshore operations are the culmination of a decade of cutting-edge investigative research on deep ocean mariculture, in collaboration with the world’s leading scientific laboratories and universities. Find out more at www.openblue.com. Caring for ocean and human health We work directly with the communities where we operate thanks to the establishment of our Open Blue Costa Arriba Community Fund in 2014 and our ongoing contributions to scholarships and other community activities. Our environmental footprint is monitored by the Panamanian government and we have also developed our own internal benthic monitoring program. The waters and sediments surrounding the concession are tested twice a year to ensure that we have no material impact on the environment. We have created a protected no take zone that consists of 2,500 acres of water concessions managed by Open Blue, where artisanal fishing is allowed and the area is free of commercial fishing. We have implemented full traceability throughout the lifecycle of our fish. All stages of the fish life are monitored by Open Blue’s biologists and our on-staff veterinarians. Our certification efforts continued down a successful pathway with the achievement of the GLOBALG.A.P. Certification in 2014, with a follow-up annual audit in 2015, and with the addition of the Friend of the Sea certification. [--]
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Fischarten: Cobia [Rachycentron canadum]
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