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Albacore fishery reopened

SPAIN | Wednesday, September 28, 2016
The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment has decided to reopen the albacore fishe...


Ocean acidification and warming forecast threat to Maine lobsters
United States | 01:50 | Research conducted at the University of Maine Darling Marine Center and Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences forecasts that by the end of the century, American lobster larvae will be affected by two aspects of climate change: ocean acidification and warming. Full Story
Two other firms can export catfish to US
Viet Nam | 00:50 | Two more Vietnamese firms have been allowed to export catfish to the American market by the Food Safety and Inspection Service, bringing the total number of exporting firms to 60. Full Story
New collective agreement for the canning industry settled
Spain | 23:50 | The Spanish Federation of Fishmeal and Fishing and Aquaculture Product Trader Industries’ Associations and IGC and UGT unions signed the new collective agreement of the canning industry. Full Story
Integrated Aquaculture Platforms Through Advances in Open Ocean Technology
InnovaSea Systems, Inc. is an innovative, technology and engineering based company, dedicated to supporting the open-ocean aquaculture industry.
Vietnam's Aquaculture Takes The Spotlight at Aquaculture 2016
UBM Asia has announced the launch of Aquaculture Vietnam 2016 Conference, an international aquaculture conference which will be held in conjunction with Vietstock 2016 Expo & Forum.
Clearwater and Grand Bank Celebrate 25 Years of Innovation Leadership with New Investment
The company celebrates 25 years as an innovation leader in Canada's clam industry with a new investment in a prime cut line to support growth of the business in Europe and North America.
Chicken of the Sea Launches Seafood Digital Traceability Initiative
Chicken of the Sea has launched a digital traceability initiative allowing customers to trace the source, processing location and fishing method of their seafood, as part of its commitment to seafood sustainability.
Global tuna catches grow but overfishing continues
Worldwide The global commercial tuna catch reached 5 million tons in 2014, an increase from 4.6 million in 2013, reveals the International Seafood Sustainability Foundation in its latest report on the global tuna stock situation.
Catch limit per vessel suspended due to shrimp abundance
Argentina The Federal Fisheries Council decided to temporarily suspend shrimp catch limits set per boat, given the abundance of this crustacean observed during this fishing season.
Seafood exports forecast to hit USD 10 billion by 2020
India The Government of India believes that a safe and sustainable aquaculture will help to give seafood exports a major thrust by 2020, as by that time export turnover has been forecast to hit USD 10 billion.
EC adopts action plan to improve Croatian fisheries control
Croatia The European Commission has adopted an action plan setting out how Croatia can overcome identified shortcomings in its fisheries control system.