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About 13,000 tonnes of salmon died due to algae bloom, according to latest estimates

NORWAY | Saturday, May 25, 2019
Roughly 13,000 tonnes, or about 7.5 million farmed salmon have died as a result of the ongoing algae bloom in Nordland and Troms, according to the latest data released by the Directorate of Fisheries.


China lifts tariffs on 33 Vietnamese seafood products
Viet Nam | 23:20 | China has exempted tariffs on 33 kinds of Vietnamese seafood exports, the Viet Nam Associa... Full Story
Exports of canned seafood reach record in the first quarter
Spain | 21:50 | During the first three months of 2019, Spanish exports of canned, semi-preserved and prepa... Full Story
Benchmark opens 'the world's best' salmon egg production facility
Norway | 21:30 | Benchmark’s state-of-the-art egg production unit opened this week in Sørfold,... Full Story
Alaska Air Cargo Brings the Season's First Wild Copper River Salmon to Seattle
About 18,000 pounds of fresh Copper River salmon arrived on a fish-filled Alaska Airlines plane touching down at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Friday marking the start of the salmon season.
Squid Trawler Reaping Benefits of WASSP F3X
A squid-fishing trawler operating in the waters around the Falkland Islands is reaping the benefits having installed a WASSP F3X multibeam sonar system.
Chicken of the Sea Announces a Responsible Aquaculture Commitment
Chicken of the Sea announces a responsible aquaculture commitment to support the SeaChange IGNITE collaboration with the Monterey Bay Aquarium and Thai Union.
Smarter Processing with Marel in Brussels
Explore exciting new fish processing technology at Marel’s stand #4-6227 in Brussels this year, with live demonstrations, product launches and expert advice on how to optimize your factory’s performance.
WA rock lobster industry walks away from agreement to increase domestic lobster supplies
Australia An agreement struck between the Western Rock Lobster Council and the WA Government in February on a new plan to significantly increase domestic lobster supplies for Western Australia will not go ahead.
A special forum for research and innovation
Norway If you are interested in research and innovation for the aquaculture industry, Research Plaza is the place to visit at the Aqua Nor aquaculture exhibition in Trondheim in August. The Research Plaza i...
International situation of fishmeal and fish oil (Norway, China, Peru, Weeks 19-21)
Worldwide In Norway, until the 19th week, 352,792 tonnes of fish were destined for reduction at an average price of NOK 2.51 /kg, down 34 per cent form the volume destined for such purpose during the same perio...
More improvisation with foreign trade measures
Argentina In an article published today,  Revista Puerto highlights an issue that is reoccurring and worrisome both for fishing companies, producers and exporters as well as foreign partners and importers ...