Other Media | EuropaAzul: Sea Shepherd accuses French trawlers of catching protected species
Saturday, September 26, 2020
The environmental organization Sea Sheperd accuses vessels of 16 meters or more, especially trawlers, of French fishing of decimating the dolphins and sharks of the Atlantic coast. According to Sea Shepherd, for a month she has been patrolling the French Atlantic coast, to witness the activity of small-scale fishing. The small ship Sea Sheperd, Le Clémentine, followed the activities of the French fishing vessel "Voluntas Dei" from Arcachon, which currently operates in Finistere (Brittany). The "Voluntas Dei" is a relatively modest 16 meter long fishing vessel giving the image of working in responsible and reasoned fishing, when it is not.
The deep-frozen food company Fripozo embarks on online sales with the opening of its store www.fripozo.com, in which it offers consumers more opportunities to purchase its products. With this new direct sales channel, Fripozo seeks to respond to the growing demand for online shopping that is occurring in our country.
In the new Fripozo store you can find fish, seafood, prepared dishes, desserts and vegetables, which the brand puts daily in hospitality establishments and that now, it intends to transfer from the restaurant to the home.
The Ministry of Production of Peru, Produce, has suspended for seven days the extractive activity of the resource hake (Merluccius gayi peruanus) carried out by trawlers, between the extreme north of the Peruvian maritime domain and the 4 00 'S, "with the purpose to protect the youth fraction and contribute to the sustainability of the aforementioned resource ”, details the institution.
According to the ministerial resolution, the temporary suspension came into effect yesterday and only the artisanal fleet that participates in exploratory fishing for the hake resource will be exempted from it.
Source: Fisheries Industries | Read the full articlehere
The United Kingdom is one of rare markets that saw a growth in sales of both shrimp and pangasius from Vietnam this year, according to data from Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).
Vietnam exported shrimp worth USD 161.2 million (EUR 137.5 million) to the U.K. between 1 January and 15 September this year, an increase of 15 percent from the same period in 2019. Sales declined in January, but rose every month from February to August on year-on-year basis.
Author: Toan Dao / SeafoodSource | Read the full articlehere
Abokado co-founder Mark Lilley said: “I fear that many more businesses and livelihoods will be lost over the coming months without further significant intervention”. Chain sold to holding company which Lilley is director of.
Propel Hospitality reports that Abokado, which has 19 Pacific flavour-themed stores across London, has been sold in a pre-pack administration but its entire 150 workforce has been made redundant. Dependent on London’s office community, the chain saw its business collapse as Londoner’s shifted to working from home.
Author: Owen Evans/ SalmonBusiness | Read the full articlehere
Plans to establish a shrimp broodstock multiplication centre in Indonesian have been announced by Hendrix Genetics today.
The facility is due to be operational in early 2021, and will sell specific pathogen-free (SPF) shrimp broodstock.
The venture will involve the formation of a new company, PT Kona Bay Indonesia. Hendrix Genetics’ will supply the shrimp from its Kona Bay strategic nucleus in Hawaii, to ensure year-round availability of its genetically enhanced broodstock.
Source: The Fish Site | Read the full article here
THE owner of Young’s Seafood is poised to make a significant move into the European market.
The Eight Fifty Food Group, the leading multi-protein food group controlled by the private equity firm CapVest Partners LLP announced the acquisition of Hamburg based AliSa International GmbH, trading as Greenland Seafood for an undisclosed figure.
Greenland Seafood is one of mainland Europe’s largest producers of frozen seafood products and employs approximately 600 people across its two manufacturing sites in France and Germany.
Author: Vince McDonagh / Fish Farmer | Read the full articlehere
Salmon Group, a large network of family-owned fish farming and aquaculture companies that collectively represent 12 percent of the overall production volume in Norway, recently released the report “Fish welfare in fish farming – What is that?" which challenges the commercial salmon-farming industry to aim much higher and be far more closely aligned on issues related to the well-being of these fish throughout their lifecycle. In an interview with SeafoodSource, Salmon Group Chief Advisor Fish Health and Nutrition Ingebjørg Oddsdotter Sævareid said that while there has been a strengthened focus on fish welfare recently.
Author: Jason Holland / SeafoodSource | Read the full articlehere
From today, the following minimum prices apply for NVG herring for human consumption:
Group 1 (herring weighing 350 grams and more): NOK 5.09 per kg
Group 2 (herring weighing between 300 grams and 348 grams): NOK 5.01 per kg
Group 3 (herring weighing between 200 grams and 299 grams): NOK 4.91 per kg
Group 4 (herring weighing between 125 grams and 199 grams): NOK 4.81 per kg
Group 5 (herring weighing less than 125 grams): NOK 3.82
Group 5 (herring weighing less than 125 grams - sorted into fishmeal/oil): NOK 2.00 per kg
The minimum prices are subject to regulation every week either on the basis of achieved prices or on the basis of minimum prices for nvg herring for flour / oil plus NOK 0.60 per kg. Information about changes in the minimum prices will be announced on our website on Fridays. And the new minimum prices will take effect from the following Monday.
Author: Dale Nilsson / Norges Sildesalgslag (article has been translated from original in Norwegian)
Los pescadores franceses podrían pagar para pescar en aguas británicas después del Brexit. Según un experto, los pescadores franceses podrían verse obligados a pagar por pescar en aguas británicas después del Brexit.
El primer ministro Boris Johnson podría facturar al presidente francés Emmanuel Macron millones cada año por los pescadores que quieren acceder a nuestras aguas. Por ello, Johnson y Macron podrían llegar a un acuerdo sobre la pesca, pero solo si el presidente francés da marcha atrás en sus demandas.
No capelin quota in the Barents Sea in 2021 Norway
The capelin stock is well below the limit for the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) to recommend a quota.
It is the echo sounder registrations on the annual ecosystem cruise...