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Ocean acidification alters fish reproductive behaviour

UNITED KINGDOM | Thursday, July 28, 2016
A new study conducted close to volcanic vents off the coast of Southern Italy reveals that...

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Tesco axes John West tuna from its shelves over environmental issues
United Kingdom | 23:10 | After carrying out a review, Tesco decided to de-list a number of core John West lines wit... Full Story
SONAPESCA to join National Healthy Food Program Council
Chile | 22:10 | Given the high nutritional value offered by seafood products and their consequent relevanc... Full Story
Marine Harvest's decision is 'appalling', says SalmonChile
Chile | 21:30 | SalmonChile president, Felipe Sandoval, regretted the decision taken this week by the Norw... Full Story
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Jamestown Seafood Introduces Oysters from Sequim Bay
A collaborative effort with the Jamestown S’Klallam tribe, Jamestown Seafood is exciting seafood enthusiasts, introducing a distinctive and delicious new line of oysters from the Pacific Northwest.
Fish Transport System Moves Fish Without Compromising Quality
The innovative Whooshh system moves fish at the processing plant, farm site, hatchery, or dam through its patented transport tubes that use pressure differentials to “whoosh” the fish from one place to another.
iFarm – Cermaq Towards Individual-Based Farming
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Seacon America Commits to Sustainable, Artisanal Seafood
Seacon America has announced they completed phase one of expanding their product portfolio in Latin America, with the addition of pasteurized all-natural Blue Crab from the Sea of Cortez.
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Officials accused of certifying substandard aquaculture products
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