Name Havsbrún
Country Faroe Islands

Profile
Havsbrún is a compound fish feed manufacturer in the Faroe Islands and in 2009 became the first CFM to be certified against the GLOBALG.A.P. Standard. The company’s current feed production is approximately 85,000 tons per year. Havsbrún began producing fish feed in 1981.

Achievements
Located in the North Atlantic surrounded by pristine waters, the fjords of the Faroe Islands provide the ideal environment for farming fish of high quality for human consumption. This reflects our mentality when it comes to what we put heart and soul in, namely to produce high quality fish feed. We take great pride in what we do and we take nothing for granted. Only the best is good enough for us. And we work hard on keeping the high standard GLOBALG.A.P. encourages us to. A combination of GLOBALG.A.P. requirements, EU regulations, customer requirements and our traceability system gives our customers the adequate assurance that our products meet all legal food safety requirements and are of a high quality standard.

We take great pride in the high level of cleanliness and hygiene standards at our premises, an achievement that has won us an award from our local authorities. We have wholeheartedly embraced the GLOBALG.A.P. framework into our production processes and the extra work this requires has become a natural part of our work flow. The GLOBALG.A.P. System also supports our constant development and improvement and helps us achieve the goal we have set for ourselves: to be the best supplier of compound feed in the business.

“GLOBALG.A.P. has helped us achieve an even higher level of quality of our entire work performance, because the standard covers all the aspects of the manufacturing procedures. Being the first compound feed manufacturer in the world to achieve the GLOBALG.A.P. Standard expresses and reflects our management and production culture in which we are always seeking solutions to improve our quality products and enhance customer satisfaction.”

GGN: 4050373218515

www.havsbrun.fo