In remote areas of Chilean Patagonia the sprawling mountain ranges, countryside, and bright blue water appear untouched by mankind. Verlasso Salmon strives to preserve this natural beauty and work with the community to maintain a sustainable fishery for future generations. Both Catanese Classic Seafood and Verlasso Salmon collaborate with Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch to innovate their practices and provide sustainable choices to consumers. In fact, Verlasso Salmon was the first ocean-raised Atlantic salmon to receive a yellow label/Good Alternative rating by Seafood Watch. Consumers seeking a quality product can trust their choice in Verlasso because they never use hormones or antibiotics to grow or raise their fish. To protect the environment, they do not use copper anti-foulants in their nets or enclosures or organophosphates on their farms. Verlasso first arrived on the scene with their ability to reduce the amount of feeder fish and water to produce a quality salmon. Today they have made sustainable innovations throughout their entire operation to ensure the preservation of the environment and culture in the region surrounding their farms.
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