For this reason, I would like to extend my congratulations to all the collaborators who work on our boats: Hayduk’s fishermen, that extraordinary group of people who give themselves admirably to the sea to obtain the highest quality raw material, often sacrificing important aspects of their personal and family life.
27 years ago, we started this great adventure with the hope of finding more people who share the same passion for fishing that we do. As president and founder of Hayduk, today I am pleased to know that we have found hundreds of them along our entire Peruvian coastline, from Paita (Piura) to Ilo (Moquegua), through Malabrigo (La Libertad), Coishco (Chimbote), Végueta (Lima) and Tambo de Mora (Ica). Having them, having you, is one of my greatest satisfactions.
Peru’s second anchoveta fishing season in the north-central area is coming to an end, and I could not be happier to see that in Hayduk we have given everything during these months, always putting forward the principles that make up our organizational culture: the love and respect for marine resources and the constant search for quality throughout our process. We have shown once again that being coherent and passionate we can always go further in our mission to bring nutrition to all of Peru and the world.
Again, I would like to reiterate my deepest admiration to our fishermen collaborators, true men who love the sea. Hayduk is made by you, and for that I will be eternally grateful.
Chairman of the Board