Discefa earns IFS certification with a Superior Level Qualification

Meeting the standards of the most demanding quality guarantees is one of the major challenges we take on as a company. For this reason, Discefa has just been certified by IFS Food and went further by achieving Superior Level among all possible options. This standard, recognised by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), applies (more…)

Discefa Success in the 26th Edition of the Brussels Seafood Expo

The Brussels Seafood Expo, which took place between 25th and 27th of April, once again surpassed all our expectations in 2018. This fair is one of the most important food events in the world and probably the most influential in Europe in the seafood and fish sector. At the fair you can meet professionals from all areas of business, (more…)

Discefa returns to conquer the Seafood Expo North America

Last March, we traveled to Boston to attend the first mandatory event of the year: the 34th edition of the Seafood Expo North America. This fair is the most important in the Americas in seafood and one of the best scenarios to show the world what we do. Ditusa, a representative company of Discefa products in America, was actively involved in our stand, and as usual, stood out for its festive atmosphere and its gastronomic delights. (more…)

‘El Rey del Pulpo’ is no longer from Galicia

An investment fund and a finance company bought Discefa, the largest distributor of frozen octopus GED V España, a fund based in Madrid has made its debut as a private equity fund and has chosen the octopus as the target animal for its first investment commitment. The group successfully concluded the acquisition of a majority shareholding of Discefa, the largest company specialising in the transformation and distribution of high-quality, frozen octopus. It is a distributor of cephalopods with headquarters in [...]

Discefa plans to increase revenue by making the most of growing demand for octopus in the United States.

The firm plans to increase its sales to 72 million euros in 2017 compared to 62 million euros in 2016. The scarcity of octopus in Morocco, well-known to be among the highest quality in the world, has reduced profits for European producers of frozen octopus as they are unable to transfer the increase in the price of raw materials to the end clients. (more…)