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(8/25/2014) - AUSTRALIA
Legal Sea Foods Ad Campaign Dishes Distaste For Being Called A "Chain"
(8/14/2014) - UNITED STATES
Marel Launches SmartLine Grader
(8/13/2014) - ICELAND
New Greenpeace App for Choosing Better Canned Tuna
(8/12/2014) - CANADA
Future of Fish Publishes How-To Guide for Adopting Seafood Traceability Systems
(8/11/2014) - UNITED STATES
High Quality Traditional Salmon with an Innovative Approach
(8/7/2014) - DENMARK
54°North Omega-3 With Vitamin D3 Expands Distribution Across the US Market
(8/5/2014) - UNITED STATES
Chilean Fish Processor Turns to Automation to Speed Production
(8/4/2014) - UNITED STATES
Barcelona Affirms Its Position as a Strategic Destination for the Seafood Industry
(7/31/2014) - SPAIN
Nor-Fishing Innovation Award 2014 – Finalists Selected
(7/30/2014) - NORWAY
Healthy and Nutritious Trout from Responsible Aquaculture
(7/29/2014) - DENMARK
Happy Sturgeon Always Produce the Best Caviar
(7/24/2014) - UNITED KINGDOM
Safe Food & Listeria Free Processing Seminar
(7/23/2014) - ICELAND
First Nations Urge the Public to Eat More Salmon
(7/22/2014) - CANADA
NAFO Scientific Council Reports on Status of Fish Stocks and Ecosystems of the Northwest Atlantic
(7/21/2014) - CANADA
KinOmega Fish Oil Achieves Sustainability Certification
(7/17/2014) - CHINA
Establishing Strategies for Aquaculture Development in Latin America
(7/16/2014) - MEXICO
Cermaq First ASC-Certified Salmon Producer in Chile
(7/15/2014) - CHILE
ISSF Launches New Guidebook Platform
(7/14/2014) - UNITED STATES
Bell Aquaculture New Aquafeed Mill
(7/10/2014) - UNITED STATES

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Salmon and trout could be threatened by invasive crab
United Kingdom Salmon and trout stocks in the north and north-east of Scotland could be under threat from the invasion of the Chinese mitten crab (Eriocheir sinensis), which has reached Glasgow’s River Clyde, Scotland, for the first time.
Aid requested for fleet expelled from Mauritania and longliners in the Mediterranean
Spain The Spanish Fisheries Confederation requested the General Secretariat of Fisheries a prompt release of a ministerial order regulating aid for the temporary cessation of the fleet affected by Mauritania's decision to expel most of the Spanish vessels from its fishing ground.
Cephalopod sector to be left out of negotiations with Mauritania
Spain EU Commissioner for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries of the European Union reiterated she will not negotiate the inclusion of a cephalopod fishing quota of the new fisheries agreement with Mauritania, as the scientific reports say there is overexploitation of the resource.
Study finds high level of seafood fraud among Danish fishmongers
Denmark A new study conducted by Oceana, a Danish newspaper, and a TV programme found that there is a high level of sea fraud in Danish markets.