Atlantic Sapphire

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Atlantic Sapphire is a land-based aquaculture company located in Miami, Florida.[1][2][3] The company was founded by Norwegian entrepreneurs Johan Andreassen, Bjorn-Vegard Lovik, and Thue Holm in 2010.[1][4] It operates the world’s largest recirculating aquaculture system, known as the Bluehouse, to raise salmon in Homestead, Florida.[1][3][4] The Bluehouse holds over three million Atlantic salmon|cold-water Atlantic salmon.[3][5] The company owns another Bluehouse in Hvide Sande|Hvide Sande, Denmark.[1][2][5] It distributes salmon in the US under the Bluehouse Salmon brand and in Europe as Sapphire Salmon.


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