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Minh Phu to sell 50 pc stake to further develop

VIET NAM | Friday, January 30, 2015
Major shrimp producer Minh Phu Seafood Corp is planning to sell 50 per cent participation to acquire capital for expansion investment.


Cod, herring could pass through Northeast Passage in future
Denmark | 22:20 | In the future, an ice-free Northeast Passage will allow, among other things, cod, herring and blue whiting from the Atlantic to migrate into the Pacific, according to a study by DTU Aqua researchers. Full Story
Peruvian scallop export falling
Peru | 21:20 | Between January and November 2014, scallops were exported for USD 115.1 million, a figure that reflects a 17.4 per cent fall over the same period last year. Full Story
Salmon price status at week 5
Norway | 20:40 | Fresh salmon export volumes for week 4 is up 498 tonnes from week 3, and up 2,745 compared to week 4, 2014, reports Fish Pool ASA. Full Story
Walmart Expands Assortment of Alaska Harvested Seafood
Walmart has announced this week it is adding more wild caught Alaska seafood at select stores, the expanded assortment includes The Alaskan, a new 100% Alaska seafood brand.
Exceed Your Production Goals with Marel
Marel will be present at the Seafood Expo North America, March 15-17 2015, where you will be able to discover the latest innovations in filleting, slicing, packing, weighing, and production control.
EAS Welcomes You to Rotterdam for Aquaculture Europe 2015
The conference will focus on the role and contribution of aquaculture to the management of natural resources and its importance in society through the provision of high quality, nutritious and healthy food.
Valuable Insights at the 14th Salmon ShowHow
For 14 years, salmon processors have been coming to the Marel Salmon ShowHow to experience the latest and best in salmon processing innovation, and to gain valuable insights from experts in the field.
NGOs applaud suspension of fish imports from Sri Lanka
European Union Fisheries Ministers of the EU agreed in Brussels to punish Sri Lanka for not fighting illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing, imposing trade restrictions upon it.
Aquaculture handbook to help develop the sector
Pakistan Pakistani scientists together with the US Department of Agriculture and American Soybean Association launched a handbook aimed at improving aquaculture practices in the Asian country.
Pangasius exporters to pay higher tariffs in the US
Viet Nam The Vietnamese tra fish exporters will face higher tariffs for their products to enter the US market.
Four companies fined after tragic accident in processing plant
United States The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has fined with more than USD187,000 four companies related to a deadly explosion that took place last year in the plant Omega Protein has in Moss Point, Mississippi.