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EU-funded project to boost Vietnamese shrimp production

VIET NAM | Friday, May 27, 2016
The Oxfam Vietnam and the International Collaborating Center for Aquaculture and Fisheries...


BioMar promotes algae omega-3 use for aquaculture feed
Denmark | 23:50 | BioMar Group has launched a fish feed containing marine fatty acids from microalgae in an ... Full Story
Scientists analyze red tide phenomenon aboard research vessel
Argentina | 23:50 | The research vessel AGS-61 Cabo de Hornos set sail last night from Talcahuano with the tea... Full Story
AZTI leads EUR 4 million survey for Atlantic Ocean tuna tagging
Spain | 23:00 | AZTI has been chosen to lead a survey aimed at tagging 44,000 tuna in the Atlantic Ocean, ... Full Story
Aramark Expands MSC Certification to 16 Canadian Universities and Colleges
Aramark has achieved MSC hain of Custody certification allowing it to source and serve wild-caught seafood that is sustainable and traceable to a certified fishery.
GPDB Announces a Purchase Agreement for Day Boat Seafood LLC.
Green PolkaDot Box has announced the execution of Purchase Agreement for one of the largest U.S. suppliers of fresh caught MSC certified seafood.
Ocean Brands Announces Major Steps in Responsible Seafood Sourcing
Ocean Brands has announced a major step forward in its commitment to environmental stewardship and a strengthening of its commitment that all products are manufactured with high ethical standards.
Sena Sea Seafoods Kicks Off Copper River Salmon Season With a New Look
Sena Sea Seafoods has launched its new website, inviting wild seafood connoisseurs to select their premium grade wild Copper River salmon, Pacific halibut and sablefish.
HSMI evidence detected in farmed salmon
Canada A team of international researchers has diagnosed a potential heart and skeletal muscle inflammation in farmed Atlantic salmon samples collected from a BC aquaculture facility in 2013-2014.
EU puts off deadline for Thailand to address illegal fishing
Thailand The EU has given Thailand another six months to end illegal fishing over a year after Brussels threatened Bangkok with a ban on Thai seafood product import.
Sturgeon stock decline urgently needs stopping, WWF warns
Worldwide A new WWF report warns that in the past three decades global catches of sturgeons and paddlefishes have dropped by over 99 per cent.
Fishing vessel fleet monitoring equipment installation sped up
New Zealand New Zealand's Government intends to speed up the rollout of monitoring equipment on commercial fishing vessels.