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Applications sought for Preferred Freezer Services Global Aquaculture Innovation & Leadership Award
Applications sought for Preferred Freezer Services Global Aquaculture Innovation & Leadership Award
The Global Aquaculture Alliance is accepting applications for the Preferred Freezer Services Global Aquaculture Innovation & Leadership Award, the [...]
Seafood farmers support Senate call for a new Aquaculture Act
Seafood farmers support Senate call for a new Aquaculture Act
Canada would emerge as a leader in responsible & sustainable best practices Canada’s seafood farmers and the Canadian Aquaculture Industry [...]
Norel Aqua Binder
Norel Aqua Binder
Norel Aqua Binder: In addition to a nutritious balanced composition, efficiency of feed for aquatic organisms also largely depends on technological [...]
DSM nutritional products and Evonik Nutrition & Care to develop algae-based omega-3 fatty acids for animal nutrition
DSM nutritional products and Evonik Nutrition & Care to develop algae-based omega-3 fatty acids for animal nutrition
DSM Nutritional Products Ltd. and Evonik Nutrition & Care GmbH  announced they have entered into a joint development agreement for algae-based omega-3 [...]
Seafish launches gear database to support fishing industry through the Landing Obligation
Seafish launches gear database to support fishing industry through the Landing Obligation
Online portal provides list of commercial fishing gear and selectivity devices including illustrations and links to scientific trials and reports Seafish, [...]
Open Blue cobia cook-off announced
Open Blue cobia cook-off announced
Open Blue is excited to announce the upcoming Open Blue Cobia Cook Off. This blogging and cook off competition gives US Based food bloggers and chefs the [...]
Young’s Seafood Limited – ‘One Young’s’ leadership changes
Young’s Seafood Limited – ‘One Young’s’ leadership changes
Following a review of the Company’s strategy Young’s Seafood Limited is today (30th July 2015) announcing changes to the Company’s leadership and [...]
International Innovation, Regulation and Legislation all to feature at this Year’s World Seafood Congress
International Innovation, Regulation and Legislation all to feature at this Year’s World Seafood Congress
The World Seafood Congress is coming to Grimsby from 5-9 September with an impressive line-up of leading  experts from across the industry. Innovation in [...]
European consumers report positive associations with ASC logo
European consumers report positive associations with ASC logo
A recent study by the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) into recognition of and positive associations with its consumer logo has shown that the [...]
Young’s Seafood Limited update on consultation regarding Young’s Fraserburgh and Spey Valley sites – details of alternative option under consideration
Young’s Seafood Limited update on consultation regarding Young’s Fraserburgh and Spey Valley sites – details of alternative option under consideration
Young’s Seafood Limited held the third formal consultation meeting with staff and their representatives – the Joint Consultative Group – to explore [...]
Study highlights noise threat to Atlantic cod
Study highlights noise threat to Atlantic cod
Atlantic cod could be at risk from noise created by wind farms and other off-shore developments, according to new University of Stirling research. A study [...]
Bristol Bay Fishermen Aghast At 50-Cents-A-Pound Price For Sockeye
Bristol Bay Fishermen Aghast At 50-Cents-A-Pound Price For Sockeye
Most Bristol Bay fishermen were shocked and dismayed when they heard last week that major buyers would pay 50 cents a pound for red salmon. That’s a [...]
NFI Issues Statement On 2015 State Department Trafficking In Persons Report
NFI Issues Statement On 2015 State Department Trafficking In Persons Report
The National Fisheries Institute (NFI) has zero tolerance for labour abuses. Our member companies continue to review, monitor and audit their supply chains [...]
Commission adopts €32.6m investment package for the Slovenian fisheries sector
Commission adopts €32.6m investment package for the Slovenian fisheries sector
The European Commission has adopted a key investment package for the Slovenian maritime, fisheries and aquaculture sectors worth €32.6m, including almost [...]
Kuterra aquaculture by ‘Namgis First Nation raises hope for wild salmon — and some hackles
Kuterra aquaculture by ‘Namgis First Nation raises hope for wild salmon — and some hackles
The recent offer by Norwegian salmon-farming corporation Grieg to pay off B.C. shrimp fishermen— as part of an industry-wide intention to massively expand [...]