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DHL Doubles Airfreight Capacities to Support Fast Growing Norwegian Seafood Exports to Asia
(9/25/2017) - GERMANY
The Co-op Launches Sustainable Farmed Salmon Initiative
(9/21/2017) - UNITED KINGDOM
Seafood Watch Recommends B.C. Farm-Raised Atlantic Salmon as a Good Alternative
(9/19/2017) - CANADA
Alimentsa Approved to Join BioMar
(9/15/2017) - DENMARK
Bristol Bay Sockeye Fishermen Harvest 37 Million Sockeye
(9/13/2017) - UNITED STATES
Top 3 Emerging Trends to Impact the Canned Seafood Market in the Next Five Years
(9/11/2017) - UNITED KINGDOM
Aller Aqua Launches Power2
(9/7/2017) - DENMARK
World’s First MSC Certified Pearls Confirms Sustainability of Intergenerational Fishery
(9/6/2017) - AUSTRALIA
Creation Gardens Announces Acquisition of Bluefin Seafoods
(9/4/2017) - UNITED STATES
Survey Says: Americans Will Splurge on Sustainable Seafood
(8/31/2017) - UNITED STATES
Young’s Seafood Announces New Website Launch
(8/29/2017) - UNITED KINGDOM
Inaugural State of the Science Symposium Provides Forum to Outline Consensus on Seafood Nutrition
(8/28/2017) - UNITED STATES
New Mobile App Transforms Any Smartphone Into a Tool for Ocean Protection
(8/23/2017) - UNITED KINGDOM
AKVA Financial Reporting: Strong Performance in a Good Market
(8/18/2017) - NORWAY
MSC Scholarships to Help Fund Fisheries Research in East Africa and Kenya
(8/16/2017) - UNITED KINGDOM
BioMar Celebrates 10 Years of Strategic Sustainability with BioSustain
(8/15/2017) - DENMARK
SIMBA Seafood Traceability System Improves Productivity
(8/14/2017) - UNITED STATES
Gfresh Partners with JD.com to Smash Single Day Sales Record of Live Lobsters
(7/21/2017) - CHINA
Ny-Fiskur Invests in Another FleXicut System
(7/19/2017) - ICELAND
AS PRFoods Sales Revenue Increase by 34%
(7/18/2017) - ESTONIA

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50-80pct of fish in Pacific Islands could disappear due to climate change
Canada Many Pacific Island nations will lose from 50 to 80 per cent of marine species in their waters by the end of the 21st century if climate change continues unchecked, warn the authors of a new Nippon Foundation-Nereus Program study.
Galicia and Wales will sign an agreement to minimize 'Brexit' impact
Spain Galicia and Wales intend to sign their own bilateral agreement to try to minimize the impact that Brexit will have and avoid damage to the fishing sector.
Spain intends to achieve greatest possible increase for bluefin tuna TAC
Morocco The General Secretary of Fisheries of Spain participates in the negotiations of the 25th ordinary session of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas, which takes place in Marrakech from November 14 to 22.
AZTI to analyze climate change effects in four important Spanish fisheries
Spain Setting the effects of climate change on the fisheries of Spanish fleets is the aim of a project developed by AZTI until June 2018.