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Supremely Delicious Seafood
(6/24/2015) - UNITED STATES
Sustainable and Recyclable Temperature-Sensitive Packaging Solution
(6/23/2015) - UNITED STATES
Linde Automated Box Chilling System Speeds Seafood and Meat Packing
(6/22/2015) - UNITED STATES
Propagating Seaweed for a Sustainable Future
(6/18/2015) - NETHERLANDS
BioMar Chooses Karmøy for a New High-Efficiency Production Line
(6/17/2015) - DENMARK
Aquaculture Industry Needs to Step up and Support Interview Project
(6/16/2015) - UNITED STATES
How Sustainable Water Use Can Boost Food Security Worldwide
(6/15/2015) - UNITED STATES
Street Style Seafood Captures Vibe of Lively Food Culture
(6/12/2015) - CANADA
Exotic Salads Increase Their Share of the Lunchtime Snack Market
(6/10/2015) - UNITED KINGDOM
Cooke Buys Wanchese Fish Company
(6/8/2015) - UNITED STATES
Tilapia Farm Piscícola El Rosario, ASC Certified
(6/3/2015) - COLOMBIA
Marel to Host First Whitefish Event
(6/2/2015) - DENMARK
Autonomous Echo Sounder Set to Transform Ecosystem Monitoring
(6/1/2015) - NORWAY
Tuna and Swordfish by Vietnamese Nha Trang Bay obtain Sustainable Certification
(5/28/2015) - VIET NAM
More Than a Century of Success
(5/27/2015) - ITALY
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

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USD 88,000 granted to respond to harmful algal bloom outbreak
United States NOAA is committing USD 88,000 in grant and event response funding for Washington state to monitor and analyze an unusually large bloom of toxic algae off its coast.
Over one third of reduction fishery catch ‘has significant problems’
Worldwide The Sustainable Fisheries Partnership has released its annual sustainability overview of reduction fisheries.
Galician cephalopod vessels struggle to return to Mauritanian waters
Spain The National Association of Cephalopod Sector intends that the Galician cephalopod vessels can once more fish in the Mauritanian fishing ground, after three years of being excluded under the fisheries agreement signed between the EU and Mauritania.
Joint operation performed with New Zealand and France to combar IUU fishing
Australia A four week patrol and surveillance trilateral operation has been set in the southern Pacific Ocean by Australia, France and New Zealand, planned to deter IUU fishing activities.