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IN BRIEF - Thai Union’s Yellowfin Tuna Slices Achieve Success at Thailand’s National Innovation Awards 2019

THAILAND
Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Bangkok - Thai Union Group PCL.’s Yellowfin Tuna Slice received the runner-up award in the product design category at Innovation Thailand Expo 2019 hosted by the National Innovation Agency.

Tawat Suthasineenont, Deputy Director at Thai Union’s Global Innovation Center, represented the company at the award ceremony.

“On behalf of Thai Union, I am delighted that we have been recognized for our innovation with this award," said Suthasineenont. "At the Global Innovation Center, we are committed to working on innovations that will improve our products for our customers. Thai Union’s Yellowfin Tuna Slices are the world’s first pre-sliced, pre-seasoned tuna made from whole yellowfin tuna loins. The tuna loin is high-pressured processed and sliced to offer a new experience to consumers.”

Source: Thai Union


IN BRIEF - Titans of Thai fishing industry collaborate to tackle slavery

THAILAND
Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Zin Mar was a housewife in Bago, Myanmar, when she saw an advertisement for a job at Thai Union Group, a global seafood supplier and the world’s biggest producer of tuna.

The 44-year-old paid a local recruitment agency about 4,300 Thai baht (USD 142) — less than half the sum that most migrants from Myanmar pay to win work in neighboring Thailand.

Zin Mar is among the 23,000 Burmese workers Thai Union employed under what the company calls its ethical migrant recruitment policy.

Source: Taipei Times


IN BRIEF - The startup ProcSea raises EUR 6.5 million to develop its marketplace of seafood

FRANCE
Tuesday, October 15, 2019

ProcSea, a startup specializing in the marketing of seafood products, raises EUR 6.5 million from Serena, Cape Horn and its historical investors FJ Labs, Samaipata Ventures, Alpana Ventures and Piton Capital. This is the third fundraiser of the startup.

Launched in 2016 by Renaud Enjalbert and Florian Dhaisne, ProcSea aims to simplify and streamline the seafood business. Its marketplace connects sales professionals with fishermen, wholesalers or processors.

"Our ambition is to promote all the players in the sea industry and offer them a digital solution adapted to sustain their business, while providing a real service to our customers. We hope that the supply of seafood is no longer a problem or a waste of time for professionals. Our solution must simplify their life, while allowing them to discover new species, to work seasonal products and to discover new fishermen and wholesalers ", comments Renaud Enjalbert.

Source: News 1


IN BRIEF - Mass shellfish die-off remains unknown, as millions of mussels wash up on WA's south coast

AUSTRALIA
Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Authorities are still working to find out why piles of dead and dying mussels were found washed ashore at Cheynes Beach, near Albany on Western Australia's south coast.

Thousands of small green mussel shells were strewn across more than 1 kilometre of beach, with authorities warning people to exercise caution while swimming or fishing at the popular tourist spot because it may contain high levels of bacteria.

There are also a small number of other species on the shore, including starfish.

Ian Haskin, who is the assistant manager of the Cheynes Beach Caravan Park and also a marine biologist, said he had never seen anything like it.

Source: MSN


IN BRIEF - Fishermen warn of ‘mayhem’ on seas in event of no-deal Brexit

UNITED KINGDOM
Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Fisherman Michael Cavanagh has no doubts about the potential for violence on the high seas in the event of a no-deal Brexit at the end of the month.

The Greencastle-based skipper , says that just after the initial March 29th deadline passed, an Irish crew fishing for crab off Scotland got a nasty shock, even though there had been an extension.

“They went to haul their pots, but 400 of them had already been hauled and the eye (which crabs crawl through) had been cut out of all the pots. And it wasn’t Boris Johnson who did it.”

Source: The Irish Times


IN BRIEF - Scottish aquaculture reigns supreme with the king of fish

UNITED KINGDOM
Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Walk into the control room of the feed barge on a Scottish salmon farm today and what will greet you is more space race than farming.

There will be an array of screens, some showing ever-changing figures and charts but many with live video footage from inside the pens.

There will be electronic microscopes to monitor plankton levels, digital thermometers for the water temperature and gauges showing the feed levels in the stores.

Source: Herald Scotland


IN BRIEF - Vietnam hopes for stronger economic links with UAE: minister

VIET NAM
Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Hanoi – Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh affirmed Vietnam’s wish to promote the friendship and economic, trade and investment ties with the UAE while addressing a business forum between the two countries in Hanoi on October 15 2019.

The event was part of a visit by UAE Minister of Economy Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, along with some trade promotion organisations and nearly 20 major businesses of the Southwestern Asian nation.

In his speech, Minister Anh said the Vietnamese Government always welcomes and is ready to create the best possible conditions for foreign companies, including those from the UAE, to make investment and do business.

Source: Vietnam Plus


IN BRIEF - Massive bluefin tuna fish filmed off the coast of Cornwall

UNITED KINGDOM
Monday, October 14, 2019

Some enormous tuna fish have been filmed grabbing a bite to east off the Cornish coast.

The impressive beasts were captured on camera off the coast of St Ives by local fisherman Stuart Clary-Brom.

He was out fishing for mackerel when he came  across a group of Bluefins, which you're not allowed to net in the UK.

Source: Conrnwall Live


IN BRIEF - 5 Major Aquaculture Market to Reach USD 87.6 Bn, Globally, by 2025 at 4.9% CAGR, Says Allied Market Research

UNITED STATES
Monday, October 14, 2019

PORTLAND, Oregon - Allied Market Research recently published a report, titled, "5 Major Aquaculture Market by Fish Type (Pompano, Snappers, Salmon, Milkfish, Tuna, Tilapia, Catfish, Seabass, and Others): Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2018–2025". According to the report, the global 5 major aquaculture market accounted for USD 62.5 billion in 2018 and is projected to reach USD 87.6 billion by 2025, registering a CAGR of 4.9% during the forecast period.

Increase in fish production to meet food supply, technological advancements in the field of aquaculture, and rise in demand from livestock and fisheries have boosted the growth of the global 5 major aquaculture market. However, surge in temperature and water pollution hampers the market growth. On the contrary, evolution in inland fishing and use of more sustainable technology in aquaculture is expected to create lucrative opportunities in the near future.

Source: PR Newswire


IN BRIEF - Licences yanked for troubled N.L. salmon farm amid revelation of 2.6M dead fish

CANADA
Monday, October 14, 2019

There are far more dead fish than initially reported in the salmon die-off on Newfoundland's south coast, and the licences of Northern Harvest Sea Farms have been suspended, Fisheries and Land Resources Minister Gerry Byrne said Friday afternoon.

In late August salmon being raised in open net pens in the Fortune Bay area began dying due to high water temperatures, according to Northern Harvest Sea Farms.

"I am suspending all affected Northern Harvest Seafood Farms licences and issuing a directive that requires the company to continue the cleanup of the sites," Byrne said in an emailed statement.

Source: CBC


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