Lo ha hecho esta vez ante la FEGAMP y cuando el Proyecto de Ley del Cambio Climático está encarando los últimos pasos de su tramitación parlamentaria
Con el nuevo curso político en ciernes tras el verano, los representantes de los sectores del tejido mar-industria alimentaria de Galicia (Cluster de Acuicultura, Agade, Anfaco-Cecopesca, FEMEX y la Federación de Cofradías de Pescadores, junto a APROMAR) -que incluye a las organizaciones integradas en la Plataforma de afectados por las reformas de la legislación de Costas (*)-, han mantenido este pasado viernes, 21 de agosto, un encuentro con el presidente de la Federación Galega de Municipios e Provincias (FEGAMP),
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John West has unveiled two new tuna meatball-based ready meal ranges ahead of the start of the new school year.
The canned fish brand’s Tuna Bowls (rsp: £2.49/220g) and Bites for Kids (rsp: £1.79/160g) – its first-ever product specifically aimed at children – will roll into Asda stores from Thursday (27 August).
The Tuna Bowls were said to offer a “convenient, light meal” aimed at health-conscious consumers leading fast-paced lives, according to John West. Meanwhile, the Bites for Kids offered a “quick nutritious meal” for after school.
Author: Henry Sandercock / The Grocer | Read the full articlehere
Social responsibility in the value chain will be addressed in the face of COVID-19
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is organizing a new edition of the "Vigo Dialogues" in September, which will be held online due to COVID-19. Three events will be held, two of them on September 14 and 6 and a third from September 21 to 23 of the same month. The dialogues will address social responsibility in the fish value chain in the face of COVID-19.
The first of the events will have English as the vehicular language and will focus on Oceania, Asia and Africa. The second, also in English, will deal with this context in Europe, North America and Latin America.
Source: Industrias Pesqueras | Read the full articlehere
The Icelandic fish farming company Laxar Fiskeldi has chosen AKVA group as a supplier of an AC 650 Panorama. The feed barge will be put into operation at the company’s locations in eastern Iceland.
The feed barge is the second feed barge AKVA group delivers to Laxar Fiskeldi.
“Iceland is an exciting, up-and-coming market with great opportunities for further growth. With this delivery we are consolidating our leading position as a supplier of feed barges to Iceland,” says Hans-Øyvind Sagen, Sales Director Nordic in AKVA group, in a press release.
Source: SalmonBusiness | Read the full articlehere
Faroese salmon farmer Bakkafrost and its Scottish subsidiary, the Scottish Salmon Company (SSC), have continued to make a profit during Covid-19, but results for the first half of the year have been reduced due to the pandemic.
“H1 2020 has been severely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Together with increased transportation costs and currency movements, this has had a negative impact on our financial results,” said Bakkafrost chief executive Regin Jacobsen in the company’s second-quarter report today.
Author: Gareth Moore / fishfarmingexpert | Read the full articlehere
Austevoll Seafood has become the latest company to report a Covid-19 hit on its 2020 second quarter performance due to lower margins from trout and Atlantic salmon, including Scottish Sea Farms in which it has an interest. The figures might have been worse had it not been for higher earnings from its pelagic fishing activity in Chile.
Austevoll has reported pre-tax profits of NOK 714.2 million, down from NOK 1,169.8 million in the same period last year. Operating revenues for the period totalled NOK 5,306 million down from NOK 6,079 million a year ago.
Author: Vince McDonagh / Fish Farmer | Read the full articlehere
The Government of Canada 30 fishery officers to its team of 600 professionals who play a "crucial role in the conservation and protection of Canada's marine and coastal areas, as well as fisheries resources and habitat," explained Fisheries and Oceans Canada.
At a special ceremony at the NAV Center in Cornwall, Ontario, graduates of what has become known as the “COVID Troop” reflected on the unique nature of their training amid a global pandemic.
Source: Fisheries Industries | Read the full articlehere
Domestic market frozen fish prices show stability Russia Fed.
From 7 to 13 September, the dynamics of prices for frozen fish in the wholesale segment of the domestic market, basically, showed a tendency towards stability.
In the Far East region, there was a ten...