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Anti-fish farm campaigners propose boycott to defend seals

UNITED KINGDOM | Tuesday, September 01, 2015
A non-government organisation urges consumers and supermarkets to boycott the Scottish salmon after learning that salmon farms from Scotland caused the death of 180 seals over the last two years.


Seaweed exports continue to fall
Chile | 00:20 | Exports of products made from seaweed generated a total of USD 133 million in revenue in the first half of this year, 20 per cent less than in the same period of 2015. Full Story
Encouraging study on snapper fishery unveiled
New Zealand | 23:50 | A new study into under-size snapper caught in the Snapper 1 area shows encouraging results, but there is more work to be done, admits the Ministry of Primary Industries. Full Story
Chilean abalone, hake and crustacean bans start
Chile | 22:50 | From 1 September the capture of three emblematic Chilean fishery resources will be banned: Chilean abalone, hake and crustaceans. Full Story
Pharma Meets Food - Green Lipped Mussel Essence Innovation
German pharma company Pharmalink Extracts Europe joins with Taiwanese seafood flavour house to create a new style of seafood essence from the popular New Zealand Green Lipped Mussel.
Whole Foods Brings Innovation to the Tuna Category
Whole Foods Market partners with American Tuna to expand the sustainable Pole & Line Tuna and Deck Hand Premium Cat Food lines boosting prospects for local fishing communities.
THAIFEX World of Food Asia 2015: A Record Milestone
THAIFEX final show report for 2015 informs that the show concluded with yet another success: 35,205 trade visitors and 1,675 exhibitors from 33 countries across 3 specialized trade shows and 12 product sectors.
New Cosmetic Line Made from Marine Phytoplankton
Algoid Technologies, a certified Florida aquaculture company, has launched Alginique a new line of organic cosmetics made from marine and freshwater phytoplankton.
aquaculture - Offer - Pellet Binder for animal feeds production...
The Journal of the WAS Seeking Nominations for Editorial Board