At Philosofish, we aim to bring the freshest fish to every table across Europe, farmed in the most sustainable manner.
We believe that by investing in the health of our business, our community, our fish, and the environment in which we operate, we will provide access to healthy living for millions of people globally.
We stand for a compassionate coexistence with nature and with all seas, for a healthier marine ecosystem and the highest product quality.
And our vision, becomes even more valid nowadays, with the EU aiming for a 55% reduction in greenhouse gases by 2030, and climate neutrality by 2050. What that means? That achieving these two goals concurrently, will equal not increasing meat production, which uses 5.5x more freshwater and emits 8.5x greenhouse gases than alternative proteins, such as the one that a fish can give.
Aquaculture then, becomes the only industry that can resolve this global mission, by providing low carbon, healthy and sustainable food for the 10 billion people who will inhabit the planet in 2050.
Therefore, in Philosofish we are uniquely positioned to take on this challenge, through our innovative and sustainable practices in fish farming.
REDUCTION IN GREENHOUSE GASES
Towards a sustainable future
EU has a specific aim. And this aim, provides a unique opportunity, not only for Philosofish, but mostly for the future of our planet, as statics prove to us. Why?
Our seas and oceans make up 70% of the Earth’s surface, yet only provide 2% of our calories. (Source: Our World in Data, Oxford University, 2019)
The EU is the largest world importer of seafood, but only produces 30% of its needs. (Source: The EU eats the world, WWF, 2022)
The production of 1KG of farmed beef requires 39x of land, 8.5x greenhouse gases emitted and 5.5x of fresh water compared to 1KG of farmed fish. (Source: Our World in Data, Oxford University, 2019)
“At Philosofish we want to change how we fish our seas and oceans and help save the over fished species, whilst taking care of the marine environment as a vital part in the chain of life, which if respected the way it has to, will allow for a better future for all of us.”