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Shrimp production drop could affect seafood exports

INDIA | Friday, October 09, 2015
It is likely that India’s total seafood exports decline 10 per cent-20 per cent this...


International fund invests EUR 20 million in fishing firm
Mauritania | 01:00 | International direct investment fund Hermes-Sojitz will invest EUR 20 million in an important Mauritanian fishing firm specializing in fish production and processing in exchange for 23 per cent participation in its property. Full Story
Minister admits uncertainty about second anchovy season
Peru | 23:50 | The Ministry of Production admits that a possibility exists that a second anchovy season is not opened, after IMARPE released a report which found that the northern-central stock biomass level is half the expected one. Full Story
King crabs may threaten Antarctic ecosystem
United States | 23:20 | King crabs may soon become high-level predators in Antarctic marine ecosystems where they haven’t played a role in tens of millions of years, according to a new study led by Florida Institute of Technology. Full Story
Organic Shrimp from Virgin Mangroves
COFIMAR owns more than 1500 hectares of shrimp farms that have been certified by the National Fisheries Institute, all the shrimp larvae which serve as the seed to stock the farms are produced under organic standards.
Purest Tradition in the Fish Canning Sector
Conservas Albo selects the best raw materials and manufactures them combining tradition with the most modern technology, offering delicious and healthy products.
The Perfect Conditions for Salmon Farming
Nova Sea is the largest producer of farmed salmon in Northern Norway with farming facilities along the full length of the coast of Helgeland - surrounded by cold, clear water and a magnificent unspoiled landscape.
Revolutionary New Seafood Storage Product
MicrobeGuard FoodTouch antimicrobial paper products are the first active packaging products available for the seafood industry that helps extends the shelf life of fresh fish for days.
Greenpeace urges Thai Union to stop alleged labour abuse
Thailand Greenpeace has urged Thai Union to increase oversight, traceability and transparency at sea after alleged connections of the Thai firm to alleged forced labour, human rights abuses and environmental devastation.
Foreign vannamei shrimp depresses frozen seafood exports
Bangladesh Frozen seafood exporters from Bangladesh have been forced to decline their prices to improve sales given the large cheaper vannamei shrimp supply in the international market and the fall of the euro and the ruble against the American dollar.
Maldives fisheries minister receives IPNLF Award
Thailand Minister of Fisheries and Agriculture for the Maldives has been presented with the International Pole & Line Foundation Award that recognises Inspiration and Collaboration in the pole-and-line and handline sector.
Indonesia and Australia join efforts to combat illegal fishing
Australia Indonesian and Australian authorities have signed an agreement to combat illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing and to promote sustainable fisheries governance across the region.