ANDAH is a private institution with legal status, nonprofit, obedient to the laws of the State of the Republic of Honduras and is composed of producers, processors, exporters and suppliers of inputs and services for the development of Aquaculture, who must be legally established in the country in compliance with the laws of the Nation.
Its primary purpose contribute to the improvement, consolidation and increase in activities to develop the aquaculture sector in the country, meaning that the activities related to the production of Hydrobiology species (animals or plants) that are of interest in the Aquaculture to be for the production of food for human consumption, raw material for subsequent industrialization and / or use them as ornamental or recreation.
Jealsa has an eye on Brazil Spain
The Spanish company Jealsa Rianxeira aims to lead the canned fish sector in Brazilian territory by building a 100,000 square metre plant and generating a thousand jobs.
Bigeye tuna fisheries worsening, new assessments show New Caledonia
New assessments on the status of key regional tuna stocks recently released by the Secretariat of the Pacific Community show that bigeye has now been reduced to less than 20 per cent of its unfished stock size.