Saturday, September 28, 2019

Farmed Salmon The World's Most Toxic Food

Norway's Mafia-Run Salmon Farming

September 29, 2019

In 2013, research funding of ethoxyquin (preserves fat in farmed salmon) was cut by the Norwegian Ministry of Fisheries and according to environmental activist of Green Warriors Kurt Oddekalv, this decision may have been made by the Minister of Fisheries herself, Lisbeth Berg-Hansen. She was also the author of a book on food security that controls the salmon farms in Norway. She controlled the food authority and everything that had to do with fish farming in Norway when she was in office. She was according to Kurt Oddekalv at the time: "using her power in a bad manner." Lisbeth Berg-Hansen is alleged to have reduced the threat of disease salmon have so that money wasn't lost. The fish ended up being sold even though they are sick and infected. What are the circumstances today in Norway in the farmed salmon industry?

In a brief and cut off interview in 2017, Lisbeth Berg-Hansen claimed to know nothing about the chemical Ethoxyquin. When Lisbeth Berg-Hansen's resume is read which was posted on the Norwegian Ministry of Fisheries website, it was discovered that Berg-Hansen worked for four years as a consultant to EWOS A.S.. EWOS or EWOS Group, was then one of the world's largest suppliers of feed and nutrition for farmed fish. Former EWOS companies operate in Canada, Chile, Norway, Scotland and Vietnam as part of Cargill Animal Nutrition (CAN). EWOS S.A. was created in 1931, and was bought by Cargill in 2015. Lisbeth Berg-Hansen was part owner of a fish-farming business that was under police investigation for high levels of parasites that can threaten wild salmon. After coming under scrutiny, she stepped down as head of the Norwegian Ministry of Fisheries and Coastal Affairs.

Berg-Hansen was first hired as a consultant (political advisor) to the Norwegian Ministry of Fisheries. Prior to becoming Norway's minister of fisheries, Berg-Hansen held different jobs including as a fish farmer for the company Sinkaberg-Hansen AS as well as connections to the fish farming industry. After looking into the company Jmj Invest SA, it was found that Berg-Hansen was the major shareholder of this company holding 88.89% of the shares. At the time of this investigation which was in 2017, Jmj Invest SA held 10.83% of a salmon farm and several other family members of Berg-Hansen family were shareholders.


Lisbeth Berg-Hansen tjener laksemillioner

Norwegian Farmed Salmon The World's Most Toxic Food

Farmed Salmon, Science Explains, Is One of the Most Toxic Foods in the World

Mnsanto is the manufacturer of the chemical Ethoxyquin used in the farmed salmon industry to prevent salmon fat from going rancid:

Monsanto And Cargill: The Thugs Of Big Food

Can you tell the difference between wild salmon and farmed salmon? Farmed salmon have large striations of fat like in this image below. That is where chemicals like Astaxanthin, Ethoxyquin and Zeaxanthin end up in farmed salmon. These are only three chemicals we know of with many more. The synthesized compound Astaxanthin is manufactured into the food pellets fed to farmed salmon to give the flesh its light pink color. Ordinarily, salmon in the wild eat crustaceans throughout their life cycle in the ocean giving the meat a vibrant orange color.

After reviewing this relatively recent video clip of farmed salmon inside large net-pens (basically water industrial feed lots), the chances of you eating farm salmon again will be slim to none.

A look inside salmon farms

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