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Tidal Vision Launches Ocean By-products on Kickstarter
(5/26/2015) - UNITED STATES
First Wireless Monitoring System for UK Scallop Dredges
(5/25/2015) - UNITED KINGDOM
Icelandirect Earns Certificate for Sustainable Omega-3 and Other Fish Oil Products
(5/21/2015) - ICELAND
Spanish Cannery Commitment to Sustainability
(5/20/2015) - SPAIN
The Best Quality Seafood Products from Poland
(5/14/2015) - POLAND
The Authentic Taste of Galicia
(5/13/2015) - SPAIN
85 Years of Portuguese Culinary Tradition
(5/12/2015) - PORTUGAL
Cromaris Authorized to Use Friend of the Sea Logo Together with GLOBALG.A.P. Number
(5/11/2015) - CROATIA
MCLSA Welcomes Chicken of the Sea Frozen Foods as Newest Member
(5/7/2015) - UNITED STATES
National Fish & Seafood Achieves Record-Breaking 1Q
(5/6/2015) - UNITED STATES
Italian Fishery MareVivo Achieves Sustainable Certification
(5/5/2015) - ITALY
Andrew Jackson and Fabian Cousteau Discuss Industry and Environmentalist Cooperation
(5/4/2015) - UNITED STATES
Genova Tuna Catches on in New York as Part of Growth of Mediterranean Diet
(4/30/2015) - UNITED STATES
Strong Resuslts for Aquatic Foods Group
(4/29/2015) - UNITED KINGDOM
Innovative Aquaculture in Harmony with the Natural Environment
(4/28/2015) - FRANCE
Spanish Leader in the Deep-Frozen Shellfish Market
(4/27/2015) - SPAIN
Ocean Farm S.A. Sets Milestone with Cobia Operation
(4/23/2015) - ECUADOR
Salmon Brands of Norway Wins 2015 Seafood Prix d’Elite
(4/22/2015) - BELGIUM
Marel's Results for Q1 2015 Above Expectations
(4/21/2015) - ICELAND
Biomega Fish Oil and Fish meal from Salmon Trimmings Certified Sustainable
(4/20/2015) - NORWAY

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Seafood exports reach historic record
India Seafood product exports during the financial year 2014-2015 reached an all-time high of USD 5,511 million, boosted by favourable international market conditions.
Supplementing salmon populations may worsen their decline
European Union Supplementing declining salmon populations with fish from other genetically distinct populations may not be the best method of conservation, according to a recent European study.
IATTC rejects fishing quota increase to three countries
Ecuador The requests submitted by three member countries of the Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission to have their tuna catch quota increased, did not receive a positive response on the third day of the 89° convention of the international organization.
Fishermen go on strike due to Govt's regulation pressure
Thailand Thai fishermen have gone on strike in 22 out of 76 provinces to protest against the new short-term requirements being enforced by the Government, requiring all boats to have licenses, registered fishing equipment and navigation systems.