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Salmon price status at week 16

NORWAY | Thursday, April 17, 2014
Fresh salmon export volumes for week 15 are up 2,409 tonnes compared to week 14 and up 6,1...

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Scottish fish landings value drops
United Kingdom | 23:50 | Provisional statistics published today by Scotland’s Chief Statistician show that th... Full Story
Galicia announces 40 pc increase in aid for scrapping fishing vessels
Spain | 23:20 | The Secretariat of Rural and Marine Affairs of Xunta de Galicia will allocate more than EU... Full Story
Acidic waters make fish prone to predators
United States | 22:50 | Fish living on coral reefs where carbon dioxide seeps from the ocean floor were less able ... Full Story
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Tasmanian Farmed Salmon Achieves Sustainability Recognition
Tassal achieves southern hemisphere's first Aquaculture Stewardship Council certification for farmed salmon, assessed by SCS Global Services.
H.M. Queen Sonja Will Attend the Official Opening of Nor-Fishing 2014
The official opening of Nor-Fishing on the 19th of August 2014 will be an historic event, as H.M. Queen Sonja will represent the royal family alone on this occasion.
Dani's Chilean Mussels Certified Sustainable
Dani's Chilean mussels, farmed by Pesquera Catalunya in Southeast Pacific, have been certified as sustainable by Friend of the Sea.
Florida Organic Aquaculture's Grand Opening Celebration for Shrimp Production Facility
On May 7, Florida Organic Aquaculture, the largest closed-water, environmentally- safe, and energy-efficient shrimp production facility in the United States will be having its grand opening.
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Technology could replace observers aboard tuna vessels
Spain Several Spanish tuna vessels operating in the Indian Ocean are in the "testing phase" to use technological equipment for replacing onboard observers.
Ocean acidification proves to have domino effect
Australia Researchers from the Australian Institute of Marine Science are currently studying the shallow volcanic CO2 seeps in eastern Papua New Guinea in Milne Bay Province to observe how ocean acidification is affecting the oceans.
Shark fin trade experiences sharp drop
Hong Kong The volume of shark fin products imported into Hong Kong in 2013 dropped from 8,285.1 tonnes to 5,412.2 tonnes, representing 34.7 per cent, according to the latest figures from the Census and Statistics Department.
Tesco readying its high-street take-away chain
United Kingdom Supermarket chain Tesco has plans to launch a high-street takeway-food chain that would compete with Pret Ă  Manger, Eat and Greggs.