Salmon farming companies dominated the top 10 list of sustainable protein investments in a newly released annual ranking from investment consortium Coller FAIRR.
Coller FAIRR, whose members account for $48 trillion (€42 trillion) in managed investments, ranks protein producers on a range of “risk factors,” using publicly available data such as company earnings report to track progress on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues.
In addition to Mowi, the top 10 included salmon farmers Grieg Seafood, Leroy, Camanchaca, Bakkafrost, Multi X and SalMar.
Brazilian beef conglomerate Marfrig ranked No. 2 on the list, and was joined by UK pork producer Cranswick and New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra.
Other seafood companies also performed well in the rankings, including Cook-owned salmon farmer Tassal Group, one of the top 10, Thai shrimp and aquaculture feed maker CP Foods, and Brazilian meat giant JBS. . Australian salmon farmer Huong asked.
But among his 60 remaining companies, there were few other seafood producers.