Green visions for
a blue future

Sustainably from
Fjord to Fork

How do we increase the world’s food supply without causing extra strain on a planet that is already under immense pressure?

Sustainable aquaculture is essential to solving this global challenge. And our solution is grounded in a responsible 360-approach covering every part of our operation.

Stock health: No antibiotics used
Minimal impact: From fish, feed, and waste
Sustainable feed: Natural and highly digestible
High efficiency: Up to 98% fish utilization
Low emissions: Electric vessels instead of diesel

Transparency Act

The purpose of the Norwegian Transparency Act is to promote businesses’ respect for basic human rights and decent working conditions regarding the production of goods and the provision of services. Furthermore, the Transparency Act must ensure the general public access to information about how businesses handle negative consequences for basic human rights and decent working conditions.

Norcod works actively to adapt to the requirements and expectations set by the Transparency Act. We are continuously in the process of assessing our own operations, suppliers and business partners. We will always answer all questions to the best of our ability in accordance with the obligation to provide information in the Transparency Act.

For more information about how Norcod works to ensure basic human rights and decent working conditions, send an e-mail to: and we will reply as soon as possible.

Due Diligence AssesmentSuppliers Code of Conduct

“Through the production of sustainable protein from the sea, we take our responsibility related to economic, social and environmental sustainability. We believe that more of the world’s food production should come from the sea.”

Hilde R. Storhaug Chief Sustainability Officer for Norcod

Sustainable Goals

Since its inception, Norcod has had an unwavering commitment to uniting productivity with animal welfare and minimal carbon emissions. Our mission is to ensure that a larger share of the world’s future food supply will be sustainably produced at sea.Farmed cod meets 5 of the UN’s 17 sustainable development goals:

2 No Hunger

Cod farming is a sustainable production method with a limited impact on the planet’s resources. Done right, Cod farming is scalable and potentially in supplying a growing population with healthy food.

3 Good Health

Cod as a food source brings numerous health benefits. Cod is an excellent source of high-quality protein and amino acids.

12 Responsible Consumption and Production

Our Cod is rated as “Green fish – Eat with a good conscience.” With an FCR rating of 1.2, farmed Cod ranks among the world’s most efficient food sources.

14 Life Below Water

Our Atlantic Cod is sustainably produced and doesn’t harm the wild stock, making it an attractive alternative to wild-caught seafood.

17 Partnerships for the Goals

Norcod is the culmination of an innovative collaboration between several companies across industries and countries.


Norcod is the world`s first dedicated cod-farming operation to sercure Global GAP Aquaculture standard certification. Since its inception the organisation has served to build trust and integrity in arricultural practice generally, and is now the most widely accepted private-sector food saftey certification in the world.

«We are very pleased and proud to be the first within our industry to obain this certification. It demonstrates the clear operational focus we`ve had from the outset on sustainability, and that Norcod is a responsible player in the aquaculture industry», said Norcod CSO Hilde Storhaug.

Additionally, our young company is in the process of securing ASC certification for responsible aquaculture practices relating to environmental impacts, workers’ rights, and local engagements.

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