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Malasyan farmed tilapia not causing cancer, Govt ensures

MALAYSIA | Tuesday, December 19, 2017
The Malaysian Fisheries Department has ensured the tilapia produced in the country is safe...


Washington state to cancel Cooke Atlantic salmon farm lease
United States | 23:00 | Washington state officials have cancelled the lease of a Port Angeles salmon farm belongin... Full Story
Valencian scientists discover treatment against lethal disease affecti
Spain | 22:20 | A work team of the Oceanogràfic de València has for the first time in the wo... Full Story
Aquaculture sector harvests grew 17pct through October
Chile | 21:30 | The total harvest of the aquaculture sector accumulated up to the month of October reached... Full Story
Camanchaca Obtains Sustainable Certification for Fish Meal and Fish Oil
Compañía Pesquera Camanchaca has achieved Friend of the Sea's certification for fish meal and fish oil from anchoveta and mackerel fished in the South East Pacific Ocean.
Eco-friendly, Biodegradable and Edible Seaweed Packaging
Indonesia´s startup Evoware is relying on its biodegradable farmed seaweed alternative to plastic packaging to reduce contamination of the environment.
SeaPak Frozen Seafood For a Stress-Free Holiday Entertaining
As America's No. 1 shrimp brand in frozen specialty seafood, SeaPak has an impressive lineup of tasty frozen products designed to bring restaurant-quality options to holiday entertainers across the country.
Lund’s Fisheries Expands into Innovative Product Lines and Markets
Lund’s Fisheries has announced a series of promotions and new hires as part of its expansion into innovative product lines and markets, the reorganized team will focus on adding additional value-added products.
Snake River salmon and steelhead recovery plans launched
United States NOAA Fisheries has launched recovery plans for federally protected Snake River chinook salmon and steelhead intended to make sure each species is self-sustaining in the wild.
EU fishing quota deal deemed satisfactory to British fishermen
United Kingdom The EU fisheries ministers have agreed on a rise in the amount of fish British trawlers can catch in the North Sea, a deal that will represent more than GBP 750 million to the sector.
Foreign boats allowed to fish in Australian waters, expert warns
Australia A leading fisheries expert and conservationists have expressed concern about changes in the law related to marine protections from remote waters off the Australian coast.
DFO seeks to apply fines instead of charges for minor fisheries violations
Canada As part of its enforcement approach, Fisheries and Oceans Canada is currently seeking the public’s opinion on its plans to expand the use of tickets for minor fishing violations.