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PEI’s lobster catch dropped but its value grew

CANADA | Tuesday, August 30, 2016
The Prince Edward Island Department of Agriculture and Fisheries has reported a successful spring lobster fishing season running from April 30 until June 30 this year.


Fundacion Chile encourages 'aquaculture analytics intelligence' develo
Chile | 00:30 | To promote the growth of aquaculture in the southern part of Chile it is necessary to develop a scientific and technology capacity, added to an external regulation that preserves it. Full Story
Govt proposes measures to resume fishing in central Vietnam
Viet Nam | 23:50 | Vietnamese authorities have made several proposals for resuming the fishing activities in the central area of the country after the ban set as a result of the mass fish deaths. Full Story
EC proposes fishing opportunities in Baltic Sea for 2017
European Union | 23:00 | The European Commission has made its proposal on fishing opportunities in the Baltic Sea for 2017 based on the recently adopted multiannual fisheries management plan and taking into consideration scientific advice received in May 2016. Full Story
Legal Seafoods Receives 5-Star Rating from Leading Provider of Rankings
TopConsumerReviews.com recently gave their highest rating to Legal Sea Foods, an industry-recognized retailer of seafood products.
Traceability and Labeling Software for Seafood Processors
SIMBA’s Automated Real-Time Solution combines the latest technology with a flexible solution that resides on your plant floor to increase productivity and eliminate keyed data entry without changing your established processes.
Cargill’s 2016 Annual Report Highlights its Vision for Driving Change
Cargill shares in its 2016 Annual Report how it's navigating change, driving innovation and advancing sustainability.
Orkla Health Cod Liver Oil Confirmed Sustainable
The cod liver oil from Orkla Health is sourced from fresh livers of Arctic Norwegian cod fish, caught in the Northeastern part of the Atlantic Ocean by Friend of the Sea approved fleets.
Study predicts alarming krill drop by end of the century
United States Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) habitat is undergoing a continuous deterioration process, which could lead to a reduction of up to 80 per cent by the end of the century.
Omega-3 injection may reduce stroke-like brain damage
United States A team of researchers from Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) has concluded that omega-3 fatty acids found in oils extracted from cold-water fish may reduce brain damage.
New toxic microalgae species causing ciguatera discovered
Spain Researchers at the Spanish Institute of Oceanography have discovered a new toxic microalgae species, a dinoflagellate of the genus Gambierdiscus.
China leads worldwide seafood demand, states Japanese entrepreneur
Japan Despite China's slowing economy, the world's most populous country has an insatiable appetite for fishery products, according to Japanese seafood company Maruha Nichiro president.