NOAA Approves Industry Compromise On Cod Restrictions

NOAA has approved a sector exemption request from the Gloucester Fishing Community Preservation Fund (GFCPF), which will utilize the sector system to preserve 30 metric tons of cod in exchange for relaxing some of More »

Mt Cook Alpine Salmon Honoured As ‘World’s Best’ By Seafood Watch

Mt Cook Alpine Salmon, farmed in freshwater channels connecting glacial melt water lakes in the Mackenzie Basin of New Zealand’s Southern Alps, is a product in a category of its own after More »

Rising consumption of ready-to-eat products propelling growth in the meat, poultry and seafood packaging market in the US explored in new market research report

The popular demand for flexible packaging materials such as plastic films and vacuum pouches is seen among consumers and retailers alike. Many retail companies enter into partnerships with these packaging companies to More »

UF/IFAS’ Sturmer Recognized with Prestigious National Extension Award

Leslie Sturmer is rooted in the culture – or should we say “aquaculture” – of Cedar Key. The University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Extension agent works with shellfish harvesters More »

Norwegian Seafood Exports Reduced In February

Norway exported seafood worth NOK 5.1 (€0.594) billion in February. This represents a 6 percent, or NOK 318 (€37.015) million reduction compared to February 2014, reports the Norwegian Seafood Council. “Norway exported More »

 

NOAA Approves Industry Compromise On Cod Restrictions

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NOAA has approved a sector exemption request from the Gloucester Fishing Community Preservation Fund (GFCPF), which will utilize the sector system to preserve 30 metric tons of cod in exchange for relaxing some of the Gulf of...
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Mt Cook Alpine Salmon Honoured As ‘World’s Best’ By Seafood Watch

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Mt Cook Alpine Salmon, farmed in freshwater channels connecting glacial melt water lakes in the Mackenzie Basin of New Zealand’s Southern Alps, is a product in a category of its own after Monterey Bay Aquarium’s...
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Rising consumption of ready-to-eat products propelling growth in the meat, poultry and seafood packaging market in the US explored in new market research report

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The popular demand for flexible packaging materials such as plastic films and vacuum pouches is seen among consumers and retailers alike. Many retail companies enter into partnerships with these packaging companies to preserve the quality...
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UF/IFAS’ Sturmer Recognized with Prestigious National Extension Award

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Leslie Sturmer is rooted in the culture – or should we say “aquaculture” – of Cedar Key. The University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Extension agent works with shellfish harvesters and farmers in...
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Norwegian Seafood Exports Reduced In February

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Norway exported seafood worth NOK 5.1 (€0.594) billion in February. This represents a 6 percent, or NOK 318 (€37.015) million reduction compared to February 2014, reports the Norwegian Seafood Council. “Norway exported significantly more seafood...
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Arctic warming changes distribution of commercial fish species

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In September 2013 Norwegian and Scottish scientists recorded Atlantic mackerel in Isfjorden in Svalbard for the first time. This is the northernmost record of this popular fish species and suggests a northward expansion of its distribution...
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Salmon farming leading the way in seafood sustainability

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Aquaculture, including salmon farming, is going to be an essential part of feeding the world’s growing population, said a top representative of the UN Food and Agriculture Department this week. Arni M. Mathiesen is the...
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Environmental audit for cod

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A new tool can document sustainability in cod and haddock fishing in the North Atlantic. A European Good Practice standard has been created. The European white fish industry is subject to strict rules for documentation and...
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Nutriad joins board of Andalusian Aquaculture Technology Center (CTAQUA)

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Multinational feed additives producer Nutriad joined the board of trustees of the Andalusian Aquaculture Technology Center (CTAQUA). CTAQUA, a Spanish non-profit organization founded in October 2007, focuses on specific innovation needs of the aquaculture and seafood...
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Nova Scotia aquaculture fish killed by superchilled water

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Fish at three aquaculture sites in Nova Scotia have died and a so-called superchill is suspected, the provincial Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture said Tuesday. Cooke Aquaculture’s sites in the Annapolis Basin, Shelburne Harbour and Jordan...
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Presentation held at the North Atlantic Seafood Conference 4 March

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Attached please find the presentation held by the Chairman of the Board, Ole-Eirik Lerøy, at the North Atlantic Seafood Conference. This information is subject of the disclosure requirements acc. to §5-12 vphl (Norwegian Securities Trading...
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BIOMIN to launch Mycofix® 5.0 – the most complete mycotoxin risk management solution to date

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BIOMIN will unveil Mycofix® 5.0, a fully re-formulated, all-in-one mycotoxin risk management solution for livestock at the VIV Asia 2015 in Bangkok. The fifth evolution in the market-leading Mycofix® product line from BIOMIN will be...
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NZ King Salmon Success to Feature at Symposium

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Aquaculture business, New Zealand King Salmon, will feature as one of the success stories at the second Queenstown Agribusiness Symposium this month. New Zealand King Salmon Success to Feature at Queenstown Agribusiness Symposium. New Zealand...
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Province pumping $90K into fish tagging, science

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Cod, halibut and mackerel focus of CFER research projects The Centre for Fisheries Ecosystems Research (CFER) is getting Can$92,850 (€66,364.159) from the provincial government to help with ongoing work around cod, halibut and mackerel science....
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