After an intense search in 1985, a group of Chilean pioneers found a wonderful place, of unimaginable beauty, surrounded by waters with the greatest purity and quality in the world.
A place where they could make their dream a reality; to cultivate salmon in the Patagonia of Chile.This dream is today Ventisqueros, a name that indicates the majestic origin of the water that gives life.
Today our company has consolidated in international markets with the highest standards of quality and continuous development.
Global tuna catches grow but overfishing continues Worldwide
The global commercial tuna catch reached 5 million tons in 2014, an increase from 4.6 million in 2013, reveals the International Seafood Sustainability Foundation in its latest report on the global tuna stock situation.
High microplastic content found in commercial fish Spain
Researchers at the Spanish Institute of Oceanography who analyzed micro-plastics intake in fish species of the Spanish Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts found a high percentage of them in the stomachs of several commercially important fish.
Tuna firm sues Aldi for trademark infringement United States
US-based tuna company American Tuna has filed a suit against discount supermarket chain Aldi accusing it of misusing its ‘Pole & Line’ mark to sell canned fish and related products similar to those of the company.