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Federal grant offered to ensure farmed oyster safety

UNITED STATES | Wednesday, August 22, 2018
A marine scientist of Auburn University has received a USDA grant to study farmed oysters and make sure they are safe to eat.


Lagoon system project proposed to treat fishing liquid waste
Argentina | 01:50 | A meeting has been be held in the Ministry of Environment of the Province of Chubut to present the options to provide an effective and definitive solution to the treatment of fishing liquid waste from processing plants. Full Story
Vietnamese seafood exports to China to meet stricter requirements
Viet Nam | 01:30 | Vi?tnam’s agricultural and aquatic exports to China are likely to face higher quality requirements and stronger competition from other ASEAN exporters. Full Story
Undersecretary of Marine Affairs promotes aquaculture specialization
Spain | 01:00 | The Undersecretary of Marine Affairs allocated around EUR 82,000 with the objective of financing four aquaculture training scholarships to promote research and specialization in the area, which was published in the Official Gazette of Galicia. Full Story
MSC Scholarship Program Helps Fund Sustainability Research in Four Oceans
The Marine Stewardship Council has announced the five winners of the latest round of its scholarship program which provides funding of up to GBP 4,000 per student to support research.
Fair Northern Fish for European Consumers
Hätälä is a Nordic market leader in the production of sustainable premium fish products located close to the Arctic Circle in Finland, combining traditional handicraft with modern technology.
SOKOTRA Capital Ltd. Led Consortium Acquires 100% of L'Aquaculture Tunisienne
The Dubai-based private investment company has just completed the acquisition of 100% of AT, one of the oldest and most established companies in the aquaculture sector in North Africa and the Mediterranean basin.
Bantry Bay Seafoods Becomes New Wave of Bantry
Bantry Bay Seafoods is a vertically integrated company, and has completely control of everything from growing its mussels, to harvesting, processing, packing and distributing them.
Northern albacore fishery extended until August 23
Spain The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food decided to extend the northern albacore tuna fishery until August 23, when the final closure will take place.
BioMar achieves strong results in H1 despite strong Norwegian competitiveness
Denmark Aquaculture feed supplier BioMar Group has achieved a growth in volume and revenue in the first half of the year compared to 2017, according to its parent company Schouw & Co.
Proposal of drone fishing surveillance raises strong controversy
Iceland A strong controversy has been generated in Iceland by a bill proposing drone surveillance to monitor Iceland’s fishing fleet to counteract the practice of discarding catch as well as weighing fraud.
Banned chemicals found in seafood sold at supermarkets
Hong Kong A study conducted by WWF-Hong Kong on seafood products sold at local supermarkets has revealed the presence of banned chemicals exceeding 2.5 times over international food safety limits.