The Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Industry unveiled this year’s colors for the different production areas under the country's "traffic light" system on Tuesday.

Under this system, the Norwegian coast is divided into 13 production areas in which restrictions on production growth are based on wild salmon mortality from sea lice in the respective areas.

In short, green lights allows the sites to grow biomass six percent, while production in red zones must reduce by six percent. A yellow light means that production levels should remain the same.