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Cornwall-based seafood supplier gets support for GBP 1.8m expansion
United Kingdom | 06:40 | Cornwall-based seafood supplier Falfish has announced a GBP 1.8m investment in new cold st... Full Story
Seafarms Group signs offtake agreement with large European seafood dis
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New Zealand Salmon – Still the Best Choice
New Zealand marine and freshwater farmed salmon have achieved a second successive, ‘Best Choice’ rating under the latest recommendations published by the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch programme.
Seafoodia Proposes a New Logistics Solution in 2020
Seafoodia is now ready to provide a vertically integrated logistics solution for its oils, from the sourcing of raw materials to arrival at destination.
ForSea Becomes the First Shipping Company in the World to Serve only MSC and ASC Labelled Fish and Seafood
For over a year ForSea has been operating the world’s first battery-powered vessels to serve a high-intensity ferry route and now the company has achieved its next target: all seafood served on board is MSC- and ASC-labelled.
Gluten Free, Heart Healthy, Sustainable Surimi Made with Natural Ingredients
Made with wild Alaska Pollock, Trans-Ocean’s Simply Surimi is made with all natural ingredients and will appeal to consumers who prefer clean-labeled, wholesome and healthy foods.
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High-stakes herring fishery gamble
Canada Fisheries and Oceans Canada is gambling with a public resource when it comes to herring fishery management. Herring populations are so important yet so variable that managing them in a conventional wa...
After the closure of 61 areas, new evaluation of anchovy biomass will begin
Peru A scientific research vessel from the Institute of the Sea of Peru (IMARPE) will set sail on February 15 to determine the status and biomass of the anchovy resource, a fundamental study to determine t...
Fears grow of structural issues in new Tokyo´s central fish market
Japan It was 15 months ago that Tokyo's aging central fish market at Tsukiji, Chuo Ward, closed its doors for good. As was the case with the transfer of Tokyo's international airport from Haneda to Narita i...
Tuna fishing season in the Pacific Ocean began
Mexico The National Aquaculture and Fisheries Commission (CONAPESCA) announced that on Monday, January 20, the tuna fishing season began with purse-seine vessels in the Pacific Ocean.   The decentrali...