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Salmon importer joins Japanese giant firm SNG subsidiary

UNITED STATES | Thursday, October 23, 2014
The salmon importing and distributing firm SalmonDepot USA has confirmed its merger with SNG UK, Ltd., the European operating branch of Shin Nihon Global.


Three oyster farms in search of ASC standard
United Kingdom | 01:40 | Three oyster farms have become the first in the world to enter assessment against the ASC Bivalves Standard for responsible aquaculture. Full Story
Marine Harvest achieves strong Q3 despite market and biological issues
Norway | 00:40 | Marine Harvest achieved a strong operational EBIT in the third quarter compared to the same period last year. Nevertheless, VAP Europe results continue being negative. Full Story
Tuna catch limited in the Pacific
Costa Rica | 23:50 | The national government and the Costa Rican Fishing and Aquaculture Institute decided to limit fishing for tuna and other related species in two areas of the Costa Rican Pacific Ocean in order to protect these resources for the long term. Full Story
Gorton's Seafood Reinvents the Iconic Fish Stick
Gorton's, the inventor of one of America's most classic mealtime options, the fish stick, has reinvented its iconic product, the New Smart & Crunchy line of Fish Sticks and Fillets offer the same great taste with improved nutritional profile.
Chicken of the Sea Leverages its Salmon Leadership with New Flavoured Salmon Pouches
Chicken of the Sea is launching a new line of Flavored Salmon Pouches specially formulated to offer a healthy, convenient and tasty lunch alternative to traditional midday salads, sandwiches and rice bowls.
Alaska Winter King and Snow Crab Season Opens
This week marks the opening of Alaska’s 2014-2015 winter king and snow crab season and the crab fishermen will take to Alaska’s icy waters to bring delicious and succulent Alaska king and snow crab to markets around the world.
Sun Shrimp from American Mariculture Will Revolutionize the US Shrimp Industry
Culturing a fresh, healthy, sustainable shrimp in the US has been challenging the seafood industry for many years. Now Sun Shrimp answer many of the toughest challenges facing US seafood supply today.
DiCaprio Foundation donates USD 2 million to combat overfishing, ocean conservation
United States The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation provided USD 2 million to Oceans 5, an international funders’ collaborative dedicated to stopping overfishing and establishing marine reserves in the world’s five oceans.
Rapid shellfish toxins test may be soon available
Australia A new project to develop a rapid shellfish toxin screen test is underway at the University of Tasmania.
Conservationists condemn Malta’s request to raise bluefin tuna quota
Malta Malta's government’s intention to be granted bluefin tuna quota increase has not been welcomed by conservation organization WWF and by the coalition of Maltese NGOs Fish4tomorrow.
Large scale commercial fisheries restricted in Beaufort Sea
Canada The federal government announced a new Arctic fisheries management that will protect a large area of Canada's Beaufort Sea from large-scale commercial fishing and ensure a sustainable resource for local communities.