Seafood giant Sanford has recorded its best revenue result in five years, while its bottom line profit fell due to the previous year’s one-off gain. Net profit after tax for the year ended September was $10 million compared to last year’s $55.8m – which included a one-off $43.7 million dollar gain on the sale of its crayfish quota. A lift in revenue to $553.4m was driven by strong pricing and customer demand . CEO Craig Ellison says the increase came despite a reduction in volumes driven by seasonal factors resulting in a lower squid catch which was down 58% year-on-year.