Freshwater salmon farming which produces mainly trout but also carp, pike and Arctic char, is distinguished from marine fish farming with sea bass, bream, sturgeon, maigre, salmon and turbot farming. Aquaculture fish produced in France meet all the guarantees in terms of traceability, food safety and farming conditions, as the sector is very strongly committed to a sustainable development approach.
A small overview of the fish in the cage and also a beautiful organic maigre of more than 3kg elegantly carried by Sophie Fernandez MOF fishmonger-oyster seller, only 27 years old (knowing the work that it takes to get this title, I say congratulations!). The group Gloria Maris raises sea bass, seabreams and maigre, as well as turbot in the north of France. His fish are exported all over Europe and are found on the table of many starred chefs.
It should be known that Gloria Maris Groupe is today a French reference in the world of aquaculture. In 27 years the company has climbed the ladder of recognition, for the exceptional quality of its farms and its particularly demanding production methods. At the creation in 1992 by Philippe Riera the farms were in the clear waters of southern Corsica to the Sanguinaires Islands and Propriano on sites of exceptional marine wealth. From 2012 the company grew up with the acquisition of Palma d'Oro in Sardinia and Fumet de l’Atlas in Morocco, in 2013 it was the turn of Aquanord and EMG then in 2015 of France Turbot and the constitution of Gloria Maris Groupe. As a result, Gloria Maris is in control of the entire production chain: from egg hatching to fish fattening, until live delivery to processing sites. In 2011 the Campomoro marine farm obtained the AB organic label and the most demanding certifications sites such as the Label Rouge, Friend of the Sea. The Group adheres to the quality charter Aquaculture de nos Régions.