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Sena Sea Seafoods Kicks Off Copper River Salmon Season With a New Look
(5/19/2016) - UNITED STATES
Unique New Flotation System for Offshore Mussel Farm Delivers Optimum Performance
(5/17/2016) - UNITED KINGDOM
FISA Launches New Web Site Along with the Unveiling of its New Logo
(5/16/2016) - PERU
West Coast Salmon Farmers Manage Evacuations With Blackline Safety Technology
(5/12/2016) - CANADA
Cardiff Students Lead City to a Sustainable Fish Star
(5/11/2016) - UNITED KINGDOM
Technavio Announces Top Eight Vendors in the Global Fresh Fish and Seafood Market Until 2020
(5/9/2016) - UNITED STATES
Survey: Moms Want Seafood on Mother's Day
(5/5/2016) - UNITED STATES
Looks Fishy? Don’t Risk It. Campaign Targets Illegal Sale of Fish
(5/4/2016) - UNITED KINGDOM
Gold of the Sea
(5/4/2016) - UNITED STATES
Tesco Clears its Shelves of Unsustainable Tuna
(5/2/2016) - UNITED KINGDOM
The Scottish Salmon Company Introduces Native Hebridean Salmon
(4/28/2016) - UNITED KINGDOM
Marine Harvest First to Feature New ASC Marketing Toolkit at Seafood Expo Global
(4/26/2016) - BELGIUM
AP Wins Pulitzer Prize for 'Seafood from Slaves' Investigation
(4/20/2016) - UNITED STATES
Delicious Crispy, Crunchy Chip Made From Sustainably Seaweed
(4/19/2016) - UNITED STATES
Britain's Love Affair With Fish and Chips Sees 12.3 Million Portions Eaten Every Week
(4/18/2016) - UNITED KINGDOM
Bumble Bee Announces Partnership with Pacifical
(4/14/2016) - UNITED STATES
Full Speed Ahead for Danish Organic Aquaculture
(4/13/2016) - DENMARK
Creative Seafood Products Made with the Finest Fish
(4/12/2016) - GERMANY
Five Years After Tsunami, Japanese Oyster Farms Celebrate ASC Certification
(4/11/2016) - JAPAN
Quick, Flavourful And Healthy Restaurant Dining From Your Kitchen
(4/8/2016) - UNITED STATES

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First ambitious ocean-cleansing project presented
Netherlands At a port in The Hague, Dutch environment minister has launched the biggest prototype clean-up boom in an attempt to clear the Pacific of its plastic debris.
Brexit victory causes bitter-sweet reactions
United Kingdom The result of the referendum vote for the UK to leave the EU has been received with mixed feelings of 'uncertainty' for some representatives of the fishing sector and 'excitement' for Brexiting fishermen.
New fisheries database may contribute to better fishery management
Worldwide A publicly accessible fisheries database that builds on the FAO statistics has been created, covering the fisheries of all maritime countries and territories of the world, from 1950 to 2010, and being regularly updated.
Grant regulation approved for market development and seafood promotion campaigns
Spain The Cabinet has approved a proposal of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment, a Royal Decree establishing the regulatory bases for the allocation, set in a competitive basis, of subsidies to develop new markets and promotion campaigns for fishery and aquaculture products.