Kali has become also a pioneer in Croatian aquaculture. In the 1970s, CENMAR, the largest company for aquaculture in Croatia today, established a farm in Lamjana. This was a key event; it showed that Kali people not only have the knowledge and passion to hunt fish, but to farm them, as well. And it was in 1996 that the first tuna rearing company—Kali Tuna, d.o.o.—began its tuna-fattening operations in the vicinity of their home island.
Atlantis Group hf, a multinational aquaculture company and wholesale trader of farmed (aquaculture) seafood worldwide, with a key market in Japan, has exchanged all of the issued and outstanding capital stock of its wholly owned northern bluefin tuna (“NBT”) aquaculture subsidiary, Kali Tuna d.o.o. for newly issued restricted shares of Lions Gate Lighting Corp, a US publicly traded Nevada corporation (“the Company”).
The Company intends to change its name to Umami Sustainable Seafood Inc. (“Umami”) as soon as possible.
Govt plans to limit Pacific bluefin tuna catch Japan
The Japanese Government intends to reduce the catch of immature Pacific bluefin tuna and prevent overfishing of the high-priced fish by implementing common regulations internationally, out of criteria currently adopted independently by Japan.