Ngāti Kahungunu and Hawke’s Bay Seafoods launch sustainable fishing

Ngāti Kahungunu in partnership with Hawke’s Bay Seafood have started rolling out the use of turned mesh lengtheners in conjunction with a 5” codend on the Company’s inshore fishing trawlers in an effort More »

Modern Fish and Seafood Act represents sustainable B.C. sector

The B.C. government’s new Fish and Seafood Act will replace legislation that was last significantly updated in the 1960s with a modern framework that builds on B.C.’s local and international reputation as More »

Coveney announces expanded and wide ranging €241 million seafood development programme to 2020

The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney TD, has announced plans for a new €241 million development programme for the seafood sector for the period up to 2020. The More »

Scientists take a leap forward in explaining mysterious migratory journey of salmon

As we prepare to adjust to the shifting day length caused by the change in clocks, a team of scientists has discovered how changes in the light are used in the completion More »

Deakin scientists partner with Ridley to improve fish quality, reduce impact on environment

Deakin University scientists are on a mission to make the fish we eat healthier, tastier and more sustainable, by creating food for farmed fish completely free of any other marine life. Deakin’s More »

 

Ngāti Kahungunu and Hawke’s Bay Seafoods launch sustainable fishing

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Ngāti Kahungunu in partnership with Hawke’s Bay Seafood have started rolling out the use of turned mesh lengtheners in conjunction with a 5” codend on the Company’s inshore fishing trawlers in an effort to preserve the...
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Modern Fish and Seafood Act represents sustainable B.C. sector

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The B.C. government’s new Fish and Seafood Act will replace legislation that was last significantly updated in the 1960s with a modern framework that builds on B.C.’s local and international reputation as a source of...
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Coveney announces expanded and wide ranging €241 million seafood development programme to 2020

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The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney TD, has announced plans for a new €241 million development programme for the seafood sector for the period up to 2020. The new Programme will...
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Scientists take a leap forward in explaining mysterious migratory journey of salmon

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As we prepare to adjust to the shifting day length caused by the change in clocks, a team of scientists has discovered how changes in the light are used in the completion of one of...
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Deakin scientists partner with Ridley to improve fish quality, reduce impact on environment

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Deakin University scientists are on a mission to make the fish we eat healthier, tastier and more sustainable, by creating food for farmed fish completely free of any other marine life. Deakin’s School of Life...
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Ministry of Agriculture launches new documentary about National Aquaculture in Saudi Arabia

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The film is considered the first of a kind as it aims to identify and define the significance of aquaculture and its role in contribution to achievement of food security in Saudi Arabia. In cooperation...
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Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre to fund industry-changing research on sea lice control

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- Projects worth over £4.3 million can boost industry sustainability and create rural jobs - Innovation Centre supports large-scale industry-academic collaboration that will allow SMEs to benefit from larger companies’ expertise The Scottish Aquaculture Innovation...
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Young’s Seafood’s Wayne Hudson Speaks at Prestigious Event on Trust in the FMCG Sector

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Wayne Hudson, MD of Young’s Frozen Business, spoke this week (on 25th March 2015) at a prestigious event on building trust in the FMCG sector. Hudson spoke about commercial management and trust in the food sector...
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Workshop of Bio- Security Risks of Early Mortality Syndrome (EMS) on Aquaculture of Shrimps and Preventive Mechanisms

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United Nation Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has submitted proposals and recommendations to Saudi Arabia. In light of that, Ministry of Agriculture in Saudi Arabia is acting to activate and enforce such proposals and recommendations...
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From ‘sea to plate’: Sirane’s seafood packaging range

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Packaging solutions ‘from sea to plate’ will be the Sirane message at Seafood Global next month when the world’s largest seafood industry gathering returns to Brussels. Sirane has food packaging ranges that cover the whole...
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Maine Lobster Dealers, Wholesalers Adapt To Changing Market

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The middle stages of the supply chain for Maine lobster, how product gets between the wharf and its final destination in the live or processed market, are complicated and difficult to track. “I think one...
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Catfish Farmers, Seeking Regulation To Fight Competition, Face Higher Bills

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In 2008, faced with increased competition from Vietnam and China, catfish producers in the United States did the unthinkable: They asked for more regulation of their industry. Congress concurred and agreed to move the inspection...
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Bakkafrost becomes the first ASC certified farm in the Faroe Islands

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Bakkafrost’s salmon farm in Gøtuvík earned Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) certification against ASC’s robust Salmon Standard. This makes Bakkafrost’s  Gøtuvík farm the first farm in the Faroe Islands to become ASC certified. In 2014, Bakkafrost...
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Russian fishing companies Vityaz-Avto and Delta enter MSC assessment for salmon

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The Russian VA-Delta Western Kamchatka salmon fishery has entered assessment for sustainability. Fishing operations on stocks of pink salmon, chum salmon and coho salmon will be assessed to the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Fisheries Standard. The fishery...
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