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Nomad Holdings purchases Iglo Food for EUR 2.6 billion

UNITED KINGDOM | Tuesday, April 21, 2015
As part of a build-up strategy, Nomad Holdings Limited has agreed to acquire Iglo Foods Holdings Limited, Europe's leading frozen food company, from a company backed by the Permira funds.


Maine's shrimp ban benefits Canadian exports
Canada | 01:40 | A ban on fishing for cold water shrimp (Pandalus borealis) in Gulf of Maine waters, the US, has contributed to the surge of Canada’s shrimp exports to the American market, which is not deemed as totally harmful to American stakeholders. Full Story
Second Indian company achieves four-star BAP status
India | 01:00 | Suryamitra Exim is India’s second group to achieve four-star Best Aquaculture Practices status for shrimp or any species, the Global Aquaculture Alliance has announced. Full Story
Scottish salmon exports reach new record
United Kingdom | 23:40 | Figures released today reveal that exports of Scottish salmon grew by USD 74.8 million last year, reaching USD 747.7 million for the first time ever. Full Story
Biomega Fish Oil and Fish meal from Salmon Trimmings Certified Sustainable
Biomega AS – a leading Norwegian producer of salmon oil, salmon meal and marine peptones – has been found compliant with all Friend of the Sea criteria for products from sustainable aquaculture.
Aquaculture for Healthy People, Planet and Profit
World Aquaculture 2015 in Jeju Island – one of the leading flatfish production centres in the world, is the place to learn about the latest in aquaculture, see the newest technology presented by oustanding exhibitors.
Fish 2.0 Adds High-Value Prizes to Seafood Business Competition
New prizes in the Fish 2.0 business competition will give winners the most valuable advantage a growing seafood supplier can have: extended face-to-face meetings with executives from some of the biggest seafood buyers in the world.
Friend of the Sea Leads Omega-3 International Sustainability Standard
The international certification program for products from sustainable fisheries and aquaculture has become the leading international standard for producers of fish oil, fishmeal, fish feed and Omega-3 supplements.
Shipwrecked Russian ship off Gran Canaria accused of illegal fishing
Spain Shortly after the Russian-flagged fishing vessel Oleg Naydenov sank south of Gran Canaria after catching fire, allegations about its involvement in illegal fishing activities and revocation of its catch permits came into light.
Organic seafood standards could be set this year
United States The Agriculture Department is planning to propose the standards to allow the sale of US-raised organic fish and shellfish, which is expected to be available in as few as two years.
Alaska salmon processors considering rejoining MSC certification
United States Three years after leaving the Marine Stewardship Council certification programme, some Alaska salmon processors are planning to once more join it in an effort to face the current tough market.
CETMAR participates in project to improve EU fisheries and aquaculture
Spain Experts in the field of Fisheries Socioeconomics of CETMAR are collaborating on a project that aims at improving the economic sustainability and competitiveness of fisheries and aquaculture in the EU.