Cermaq ASA : Cermaq has disposed its shares in Denofa AS

           Cermaq ASA : Cermaq has disposed its shares in Denofa AS

Cermaq's subsidiary Norgrain, where Cermaq holds 72.5 percent of the shares,
has today disposed of its holding of 490 shares in Denofa AS and received a
cash consideration of USD 16.3 million, corresponding to NOK 99 million. The
sale is a consequence of Norgrain exercising its option to sell its 49 percent
holding in Denofa AS to the Brazilian Group Amaggi.

The sales gain of NOK 7.0 million and was included in the Group's second
quarter 2013 accounts.

The sale is a part of Cermaq's strategy to divest companies which are not part
of its core business and concentrate its engagement on aquaculture. The Cermaq
Group owns no shares directly or indirectly in Denofa AS following this

For further information please contact:

CEO Jon Hindar ph. +47 23 68 50 10 mobile: +47 977 48 829
CFO Tore Valderhaug ph. +47 23 68 50 38 mobile: +47 995 60 925

About Cermaq - Cermaq is an international group of companies with activities
in fish farming, production of salmonid feed and research in aquaculture.
Cermaq has operations in Norway, Chile, Canada, Scotland, the main geographic
regions for salmon and trout farming, and in Vietnam. Through its business
unit EWOS, Cermaq ranks as the world's largest producer of feed for salmonids.
The business unit Mainstream is one of the world's leading farming companies
of salmon and trout. The group had sales of around NOK 11.8 billion in 2012.
Cermaq is listed on the Oslo stock exchange with ticker code CEQ.

This information is subject of the disclosure requirements acc. to §5-12 vphl
(Norwegian Securities Trading Act)


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