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Despite the losses, AquaBounty, bets in its biotechnology products

UNITED STATES | Friday, February 27, 2015
AquaBounty reported a net loss of USD 7.1 million for the year ended December 31 vs. due to higher operating spend and investments in operations and research projects.


Galicia consolidates leadership in the development of innovative techn
Spain | 22:40 | The Innovation Factory of Vigo, with the collaboration of Anfaco-Cecopesca, held at the Business Park in Porto do Molle the showroom "Innovation in the fisheries-food sector: Trends and innovative projects." Full Story
Green crab pathogen might pose threat to lobsters
Canada | 22:20 | Recent research conducted by Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Agriculture indicates a high prevalence of a green crab pathogen now being found in lobsters in some Atlantic Canadian locations. Full Story
Salmon price status at week 9
Norway | 21:10 | Fresh salmon export volumes for week 8 are up 1,234 tonnes compared to week 7, and up 1,540 tonnes compared to week 8 2014, Fish Pool ASA reports. Full Story
Bakkafrost’s Best Result Ever
The Bakkafrost Group, the largest salmon farmer in the Faroe Islands, has achieved a record high operating result both for the quarter and the year, driven by operational improvements in all segments.
Linde Cryogenics Elevates Seafood Productivity and Quality
At the Seafood Processing North America Show, Linde LLC will feature its proprietary freezing and chilling solutions that boost productivity while maintaining or improving process and seafood quality.
Roberto Rodríguez Orro, New General Manager of Ibercisa
Ibercisa has designated Roberto Rodriguez Orro as General Manager in substitution of Ramón Carrera, the appointment is part of the Company's new three year strategic development plan.
Ora King Salmon Rated Best Choice by Seafood Watch
Following a year-long assessment process, a report released by Seafood Watch has rated Premium New Zealand Ora King salmon as one of the world's most sustainable.
Research results presented on American eel
Dominican Republic The current situation of American eel in the mouths of the rivers of the country's Atlantic coast was studied in the first phase of a research project which involved institutions linked to the Dominican Republic aquaculture industry.
Mussel oil has helps reduce post-exercise muscle damage
United States An Indiana University study has revealed that there may be a greater connection between mussels and muscles than previously thought.
Calvo Group seeks new export markets
El Salvador Grupo Calvo is seeking new markets this year, with the goal of being a more internationally competitive company. Among the new countries it addresses are the UK, Russia, China, Germany, Vietnam and Belgium.
Easter Pacific coastal countries seek to improve tuna management
Worldwide Representatives of the Eastern Pacific that are members of the IATTC met in Panama with global experts to discuss aspects of managing a sustainable tuna fisheries.