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Other Media | ipac.acuicultura: Blue IMPACT, the new concept of BioMar to reduce the environmental impact of feeding fish in the environment

DENMARK
Friday, May 29, 2020

Blue IMPACT ™ is a new feeding concept that BioMar has launched with the aim of contributing to the progress being made in the aquaculture field to minimize its potential environmental impact.

This concept, as indicated by the company, is especially intended for those who want to go a step further in the sustainability of their farms "while guaranteeing a viable business model with a focus on health and farm performance "

The first food in the series, which the company had already announced earlier this year, has been designed to address the challenges facing cage culture in the Baltic Sea area; and more specifically, it has focused on reducing the total phosphorus in the feed.

Source: iPac.acucultura | Read the full article here


Other Media | Industrias Pesqueras: Carrefour signs an agreement with the Roquetas de Mar fish market to distribute swordfish

SPAIN
Monday, July 13, 2020

Carrefour has reached an agreement with the Almería fish market in Roquetas de Mar to buy 70 tons of swordfish until the end of the year. This amount represents the total quota of four boats, so the agreement with Carrefour "ensures the viability of these boats and their crews," the hypermarket chain said in a statement.

The measure is part of the chain's support policies with the Spanish fishing sector, among which are other actions such as the agreement, through Puerto Celeiro, with a group of Spanish shipowners to buy and market 200 tons of hake of skewer and fine whiting, during the past month of June.

Source:Industrias Pesqueras  | Read the full article here


Other Media | SalmonBusiness: Wagamamas owners say 10 per cent of TRG sites won’t reopen until at least 2021

UNITED KINGDOM
Monday, July 13, 2020

Site most at risk are at airports with “considerably weak” footfall.

The Restaurant Group (TRG) which also operates noodle and sushi chain Wagamama has indicated that at least 10 per cent of its restaurants (many at airports) will not reopen until 2021 at the earliest.

In a press realise, TRG – which also owns Frankie & Benny’s, and Garfunkels – announced that it had accessed GBP 50m from the Government Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CLBILS scheme) supported by Lloyds Banking Group.

It added that it expected 90 per cent of all of its sites to be open by the end of September, with the reopening phasing varying by division.

Author: Owen Evans / SalmonBusiness | Read the full article
here


Other Media | The Fish Site: A light clean for sensitive marine instruments

WORLDWIDE
Monday, July 13, 2020

An innovative antifouling device uses UV light to prevent mussels and barnacles – as well as algae, bacteria, and other microorganisms – from encrusting underwater sensors used in fish farms.

Biofouling, the accumulation of unwanted material on solid surfaces under water, can lead to the detriment of function, impeding or even interfering with aquaculture operations. For example, biofouling on nets is known to reduce oxygenation levels in pens, while even thin biofilms of algae can provoke misleading results by measuring equipment.

Relating to the latter, the Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde (IOW) has developed a new antifouling UV spotlight.

Author: Christian Pérez / The Fish site | Read the full article
here


IN BRIEF | New dates confired for 13th edition Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition and awards

ICELAND
Monday, July 13, 2020

Mercator Media Ltd has confirmed that, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 13th edition of the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition (Icefish) will now be held 15-17 September 2021.

Marianne Rasmussen-Coulling, Events Director of Mercator Media Ltd, explained the decision, “Given the global restrictions on travel and the effects that social distancing requirements will have on the operation of the exhibition, the team at Mercator Media has been examining alternatives and seeking the opinion of exhibitors. There is also the added uncertainty surrounding further possible government actions and restrictions, both in Iceland and abroad. We would all prefer that this was not the case, but in the circumstances, we believe rescheduling to 2021 is now the best option for exhibitors and visitors.”


Other Media | FiskerForum: EU co-operation with Mauritania to continue

EUROPEAN UNION
Monday, July 13, 2020

The EU has extended the protocol to the existing Fisheries Partnership Agreement (FPA) with the Islamic Republic of Mauritania for one year.

The protocol promotes responsible fishing and sustainable management of fishing resources, including enhanced transparency measures, according to the European Commission, which states that the extension ensures continuity in co-operation and further progress towards sustainable fishing.

The fisheries partnership agreement with Mauritania is the largest mixed agreement for the EU both in financial terms and in terms of fishing opportunities. Under the current framework with Mauritania, the EU fleet is authorised to fish in Mauritanian waters for shrimp, demersal fish, tuna and small pelagics, up to around 287,000 tonnes per year.

Author: Quentin Bates / FiskerForum | Read the full article here


Other Media | SeafoodSource: Industry leaders say transparency is key to global aquaculture sustainability

WORLDWIDE
Friday, July 10, 2020

In a recent webinar hosted by the aquaculture technology investment firm Hatch, an international panel of aquaculture leaders connected virtually to discuss the importance of sustainability in the industry and the space innovation on that front, now and in the future.

“The world now produces more than 155 million tons of seafood every year. Around 55 percent of that comes from aquaculture. As our population is growing, demand continues to rise, and within the next 50 years we will have to grow more seafood than we have ever grown in the entire existence of mankind,” said Moritz Mueller, the head of marketing and communications at HATCH. “At the same time, understanding the limits of our oceans and protecting them, in order to keep our planet healthy is an essential task.

Author: Sam Hill / SeafoodSource | Read the full article
here


Other Media | SalmonBusiness: Smoked trout linked to two fatal cases in listeria outbreak in the Netherlands

NETHERLANDS
Friday, July 10, 2020

Six sick people have been hospitalised.

Food Safety reports that at least two two people have died in a Listeria outbreak linked to chilled smoked trout fillets in the Netherlands.

“Six sick people have been hospitalised and two died from their infections. Another person has died but no information about the cause of death was given,” it wrote.

Four products were recalled in the third week of June. This included smoked trout fillets from Vis Marine, Albert Heijn (which is Netherlands’ largest supermarket chain) and two fish items from Bond Seafood. Shelf life dates ranged from June 20 to July 5.

Source: SalmonBusiness | Read the full article here


Other Media | fishfarmingexpert : Loch Duart and Cargill fund Scourie broadband boost

UNITED KINGDOM
Friday, July 10, 2020

Salmon farmer Loch Duart and feed manufacturer Cargill have provided £14,400 to fund a new wireless broadband service for households in the Scourie area of Sutherland, where Loch Duart is based.

The money from the companies’ Salmon Pool fund is being given to Scourie Community Development Company (SCDC) for the new service, which will be provided through Highland Wireless.

The Salmon Pool offers funding to charities and projects which benefit local communities in the areas where Loch Duart farms across Sutherland and the Outer Hebrides.

Source: fishfarmingexpert | Read the full article here


Other Media | Fish Farmer:Major expansion from Icelandic salmon company

ICELAND
Friday, July 10, 2020

ICELAND’S determination to be a major player in salmon farming has taken another big step forward with the announcement that the company Fiskeldi Austfjarða hf, which trades under the name Ice Fish Farm, has received provisional clearance to add another 7,000 tonnes of biomass in the east of the country.

The company already has an operating licence for just over 20,000 tonnes at two locations in the region. This latest development will be centred on a small former fishing community known as Stöðvarfjörður, situated 385 miles east of the capital Reykjavik and which has fewer than 200 inhabitants. Since the loss of conventional fishing most of its young people have left for brighter lights so the investment will almost certainly be welcomed as an important economic boost.

Author: Vince McDonagh / Fish Farmer | Read the full article here


Other Media | FiskerForum: Austral's newbuild heads south

AUSTRALIA
Friday, July 10, 2020

The latest addition to the Austral Fisheries fleet, the new Cape Arkona, is heading around the world for Fremantle in Australia after leaving the Båtgygg yard at Måløy in Norway, with a delivery trip of more than a month ahead.

This unique fishing vessel is designed to be able to switch between three fishing methods in a single trip. While it will fish primarily with longline gear for Patagonian toothfish in the Southern Ocean, Cape Arkona also has capacity to fish with traps and is rigged to trawl for icefish.

The 66.90 metre, 15 metre beam Cape Arkona’s arrangement has been developed between the owners, designers Skipskompetanse and Båtbygg. The hull was built by Marine Projects in Gdansk and brought to Måløy for completion.

Author: Quentin Bates / FiskerForum | Read the full article here


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