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LYTON SORIA MARÍA
LATORRE 2648 OF.3-A - ANTOFAGASTA - Chile
LYTTELTON ENGINEERING & CO LTD
Dublin Street - Lyttelton - New Zealand
Lyttelton Port Ltd
Phone:+64 (64-3)328 8198
Fax:+64 (64-3)328 7828
Norwich Quay, Private Bag 501 - Christchurch - New Zealand
Lytton West Fish Shop
Phone:+64 6 867 9464
Potae Ave - Gisborne - New Zealand
10-2C RONG QIAO II, 38 QIN HU RD - FUZHOU - China
Phone:86 759 2660766
Fax:86 759 2660767, 2284598
7f, No.89, Lutang Road, Xiashan, Zhanjiang - Guangdong - China
Bogabraut 5 - Skagaströnd - Iceland
Imported seafood often contains dangerous drug residue, new report
A new federal study finds that fish imported from other countries, including China, Indonesia, Vietnam and Thailand, contain potentially hazardous levels of drug residue, which can cause allergic reactions or even cancer in consumers.
Bristol Bay’s mining firm proposal forecast to harm sockeye
Scientists from the University of Washington have warned that the world’s main sockeye fishery, in Bristol Bay, could be harmed by a gold and copper mine a firm intends to build in the area.
Commercial fishing to blame for endangered sea lion decline
New research conducted by scientists from three universities found that getting caught in fishing nets is a major cause of death for the increasingly endangered New Zealand sea lion.
Bluefin tuna remains popular in Japan but not at the top
A recent survey to 1,000 Japanese consumers shows that over 70 per cent choose to grill fish fillets while 63.8 per cent and 50.4 per cent go for sashimi and sushi, respectively, when asked how they l...