Footprint report 2022 Skretting Norway Footprint report 2022 Skretting Norway

Footprint report fish feed 2022

All food production has a footprint, and we in Skretting work hard to do our part as sustainable as possible. To succeed in achieving our ESG targets and constantly get better in what we do, we need to measure. We also believe that we need to be transparent and share this data with our customers and the public. That is why we annually publish our footprint report with information of our impact on the environment.

46 % CO2eq reduction for the feed
The raw materials we use have the biggest impact on our footprint and the Skretting fed fish. For 2022 the greenhouse emissions (GHG) reduction for 1 kg of feed was 46 percent lower than 2018, our baseline year. 

The main reasons for the substantial drop in green house gas emissions are partly due to changes in the raw materials we use. (See the section about emissions for more information).

We have also worked purposefully with efficient resource and energy use for over ten years, and our factories are today the best in class. 

Certified and responsible fisheries
Skretting Norway only buys marine raw materials from whole fish that are certified or subject to a Fishery Improvement Project (FIP). All species and their origin can be found here, including information about the vegetable raw materials we use. Plus, other data that is important for our planet, people and animals.


Contents of our fish feed
Use of vegetable raw materials
Use of marine raw materials
Emissions of CO2eq and other environmental footprints
Health and safety
Certificates and initiatives