The Calvo Group is a company comprised of 60% Spanish capital, dedicated to the fishing, production and sale of high quality canned fish. Through its different activities, the Calvo Group operates on five continents, export to more than 60 countries and employs more than 4,000 people.
The vertical integration of all links in the value chain is the attribute that undoubtedly defines the Calvo Group, whose primary objective is to satisfy the greatest number of consumers each and every day Access our For the Family products.
The Calvo Group owns all of the production centers that produce products of any of our brands, thus insuring that the consumer has maximum quality in each and every one of our products.
In 2004 Calvo bought the leading Brazilian brand Gomes da Costa, becoming one of the top five canned food companies in the world.
In 2012, the multinational company Bolton Internacional Group bought 40 per cent of the shares of the Spanish firm Calvo for about EUR 125 million.
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