Eating Seafood During Pregnancy Tops UN Panel Recommendation

The Committee on World Food Security, meeting in Rome last week for its forty-first session, has made “Encourage[ing] Eating Seafood especially by pregnant and breastfeeding women, children…” a key recommendation in its report More »

International conference tackles harmful algae threats

The world’s experts in harmful algal blooms and marine biotoxins will descend on Wellington next week for the 16th International Conference on Harmful Algae (ICHA), hosted this year by Cawthron Institute. Around 500 More »

BP takes another shot in bid to delay seafood claims payments

BP has asked a federal judge to delay a second round of oil spill payments to seafood workers, arguing that there are still problems within the compensation program. In a Monday (October 20) filing in More »

Regional plans adopted as landing obligation nears

The European Commission has adopted a series of discard plans as it gears up for the introduction of an obligation to land all catches on January 1, 2015. Discarding, the practice of More »

Innovative aquaculture program grows oysters

A seafood dealer in Pass Christian is testing a new method for growing oysters. It involves raising oyster larvae in large tanks, then transplanting the young oysters onto reefs. The process is More »

 

Eating Seafood During Pregnancy Tops UN Panel Recommendation

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The Committee on World Food Security, meeting in Rome last week for its forty-first session, has made “Encourage[ing] Eating Seafood especially by pregnant and breastfeeding women, children…” a key recommendation in its report (attached). The group...
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International conference tackles harmful algae threats

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The world’s experts in harmful algal blooms and marine biotoxins will descend on Wellington next week for the 16th International Conference on Harmful Algae (ICHA), hosted this year by Cawthron Institute. Around 500 world-leading scientists and...
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BP takes another shot in bid to delay seafood claims payments

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BP has asked a federal judge to delay a second round of oil spill payments to seafood workers, arguing that there are still problems within the compensation program. In a Monday (October 20) filing in US District Court...
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Regional plans adopted as landing obligation nears

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The European Commission has adopted a series of discard plans as it gears up for the introduction of an obligation to land all catches on January 1, 2015. Discarding, the practice of returning unwanted fish...
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Innovative aquaculture program grows oysters

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A seafood dealer in Pass Christian is testing a new method for growing oysters. It involves raising oyster larvae in large tanks, then transplanting the young oysters onto reefs. The process is called remote setting...
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The Norwegian State sells its shares in Cermaq ASA

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The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries has accepted to sell the Norwegian State’s shares in the fish-farming company Cermaq to Mitsubishi Corporation. The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries refers to the voluntary offer made...
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First aquaculture project in federal waters soon

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Federal officials say the first shellfish aquaculture project permitted in federal waters off the East Coast is likely to begin in the spring off of Nantucket. The project is focusing on mussels. The National Oceanic...
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Mayo’s Carr and Sons Seafood Ltd wins award for Aldi at the Blas na hÉireann Irish Food Awards

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Aldi Stores (Ireland ) has this week congratulated Carr and Sons Seafood Ltd which won a prestigious title at the 2014 Blas na hÉireann Irish Food Awards in Dingle, Co Kerry. The Killala-based supplier won...
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UK seafood importers criticize EU ban on Sri Lanka, willing to help government to improve the industry

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UK seafood importers have slammed the European Union’s decision to slap a ban on Sri Lanka’s fish imports, which will go into effect from January 2015. UK seafood processors Icelandic Seachill, Direct Seafoods and New...
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Fisheries leaders set their sights on a more sustainable future for African oceans

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Fisheries leaders from across government, NGOs and industry have gathered in Cape Town, South Africa to discuss solutions to over fishing. The meeting marks the first time that the Marine Stewardship Council’s (MSC) international Stakeholder...
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International Food and Agri Expo to Begin from October 30

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The 6th edition of the India International Food and Agri Expo (IIFAE-2014) will be held at the Kerala University of Fisheries and Ocean Studies (KUFOS) from October 30 to November 3. The expo is being...
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This Wednesday begins AquaSur 2014

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The official program with the activities of the International Fair AquaSur 2014, as the AquaSur Conference, is available on the official website of the event. Everything is set up for the start of the International...
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Mørenot Aquaculture AS

Mørenot Aquaculture AS is well known for unique quality and flexibility Address Mørenot Aquaculture AS NO-6280 Søvik Norway Tel: +47 70 209500 Fax: +47 70 209510 Email: aquaculture@morenot.no Web: www.morenot.com Products Plant & Equipment • Computer systems, plant control...
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Successful presentation of the LARVIVA range in the Aquaculture Europe 2014 Conference in Spain

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The hatchery segment, in particular BioMar’s larval feed range LARVIVA, was the leading topic chosen by BioMar to be presented to selected customers in the Aquaculture Europe 2014 Conference, which is taking place from 14th-17th...
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