Aker BioMarine has secured an 'A' rating from the Sustainable Fisheries Partnership (SFP) for the fifth year in a row, signifying that its krill fishery, Antarctic Southern Ocean Krill, is in "very good condition."

The SFP 2019 reduction fisheries report analyzed 26 reduction fishery stocks worldwide and found that 88 percent of catch comes from "reasonably well-managed" fisheries.

The company understands the need to harvest in a "much more sustainable way," said Aker BioMarine Director of Sustainability Runa Haug Khoury.