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Thai Union restates its sustainability commitment given Greenpeace’s accusations

THAILAND | Wednesday, August 31, 2016
In response to Greenpeace’s accusations, Thai Union's representatives ensured t...


Aquaculture centre slime issue solution to take time, Govt. admits
Malta | 23:30 | The Environment Ministry of Malta has acknowledged that the slime that appeared on the sea... Full Story
SERNAPESCA calls to respect the ban on hake
Chile | 22:10 | The National Fisheries and Aquaculture Service (SERNAPESCA) launched an information campai... Full Story
Tilapia farming using solar energy promoted
El Salvador | 21:40 | A new project encouraging tilapia farming using solar energy that will benefit hundreds of... Full Story
Orca Bay Seafoods Launches New eCommerce Site
Orca Direct eCommerce store is launching with over 15 products shipping frozen directly from its facility in Renton, Washington.
Legal Seafoods Receives 5-Star Rating from Leading Provider of Rankings
TopConsumerReviews.com recently gave their highest rating to Legal Sea Foods, an industry-recognized retailer of seafood products.
Traceability and Labeling Software for Seafood Processors
SIMBA’s Automated Real-Time Solution combines the latest technology with a flexible solution that resides on your plant floor to increase productivity and eliminate keyed data entry without changing your established processes.
Cargill’s 2016 Annual Report Highlights its Vision for Driving Change
Cargill shares in its 2016 Annual Report how it's navigating change, driving innovation and advancing sustainability.
Study predicts alarming krill drop by end of the century
United States Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) habitat is undergoing a continuous deterioration process, which could lead to a reduction of up to 80 per cent by the end of the century.
New toxic microalgae species causing ciguatera discovered
Spain Researchers at the Spanish Institute of Oceanography have discovered a new toxic microalgae species, a dinoflagellate of the genus Gambierdiscus.
China leads worldwide seafood demand, states Japanese entrepreneur
Japan Despite China's slowing economy, the world's most populous country has an insatiable appetite for fishery products, according to Japanese seafood company Maruha Nichiro president.
Mussel sector moves frantically before red tide
Spain In recent weeks mussel landings in Galicia have strengthened, fearing that the advance of a new red tide episode can lead to massive Galician raft closure.