Forever Oceans has sustainable aquaculture operations in Panama, Indonesia, and Brazil.

Forever Oceans developed its offshore operations to not only be scalable but more sustainable than other forms of marine finfish aquaculture. A new study by The Nature Conservancy shows that Forever Oceans’ approach to raising its Kanpachi off the West coast of Panama offers a lower carbon footprint than conventional aquacultural methods.

“We’re proud to have worked closely with The Nature Conservancy in carrying out this environmental assessment of our operations,” said Forever Oceans CEO Bill Bien. “The findings confirm that our approach to raising fish can have significantly less of an impact than traditional forms of aquaculture. Our near-term aim is to be scope 1 & 2 carbon neutral by 2027. This is a bold goal, but we feel confident in taking on the challenges to achieve it.”

The new study is just one reason to visit the Forever Oceans booth (#3073) during the Seafood Expo March 12–14th. Our culinary team will demonstrate the versatility of sashimi-grade Forever Oceans Kanpachi™ so you can taste this buttery flavored fish for your restaurant or retail operation. Don’t miss the opportunity and select your time for a visit in Boston.