The cluster represents IBL’s investments in the vertically integrated Mauritian tuna value chain. Being a considerable source of revenue for the group, as well as an important forex earner for the country, IBL Seafood will soon be converting its effluent into energy through Energie des Mascareignes, making its tuna operations the island’s first zero-waste industry from the fish caught to the final co-products, thus contributing to IBL’s sustainability objectives. Marine Biotechnology Products Côte d’Ivoire is part of the Cluster’s international expansion.
Froid des Mascareignes is a cold storage facility with a capacity of 16,000MT at -18C and -40C. Wit hits 350 meters of privately owned quays, FDM is the ideal stop-over for fishing vessels wishing to unload their catches, sort the fish and either store or containerise them for exports.
Cervonic Ltd produces cold-extracted tuna fish oil in Mauritius. The company was first established in 2009.
Cervonic Ltd sources its raw materials from nearby EU-approved tuna factories and adheres to rigorous manufacturing practices and third-party quality testing. It also continuously invests in R&D in order to achieve increasingly high internationally quality standards, reduce waste and ensure world-class efficiency.
Cervonic’s cold-extracted tuna fish oil is ISO 22000, BRC AA+, Kosher and Halal-certified. It is also Friend of the Sea and IFFO RS-accredited as a result of its commitment to sustainability.