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IN BRIEF - Spanish industry will show the world its strength and innovate character at Alimentaria 2018

SPAIN
Thursday, March 08, 2018

On 28th February 2018, the headquarters of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Food and Environment in Madrid (Spain) hosted the presentation of Alimentaria 2018, organised byAlimentaria Exhibitions. It will be held jointly with Hostelco, the International Trade Fair for Equipment for Catering, Hospitality and Communities, from 16 to 19 April at the Gran VíaFira de Barcelona venue (Spain). The joint holding of the two fairs will bring together the most comprehensive and cross-sector range of food, gastronomy and hospitality equipment products for professionals, occupying an area of more than 100,000m2. What is more, the organisers hope to attract more than 150,000 visitors.

The Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, Food and Environment, Isabel García Tejerina, who presided over the act, highlighted that, "Alimentaria is a world-renowned brand. For 42 years this great international event has been the most exceptional showcase for our food and beverage industry and has consolidated itself as an incentive for the entire sector and a forecasting vector for the future of the food industry. It has gained undoubted prestige and is the benchmark in its category for all professionals".

Press Release: Alimentaria


IN BRIEF - Worms found in canned fish

THAILAND
Tuesday, April 24, 2018

A 55-year-old woman has complained to Pathum Thani police after finding worms in a tin of canned fish she opened to use when preparing dinner on Sunday evening.

Navaporn Maethanapreeya turned up at Pratunam Chulalongkorn police station in Thanyaburi district around 8pm with four cans of fish she bought from a hypermarket in Rangsit area in early March. 

She said when she bought the package the four cans were not misshapen. The expiry date on the cans was Oct 30, 2020. 

Source: Bangkok Post


IN BRIEF - Escaped Atlantic salmon caught in drift-net on Skagit River

UNITED STATES
Tuesday, April 24, 2018

SEDRO WOOLLEY - Washington state officials say an Atlantic salmon that escaped from a collapsed net pen at Cypress Island has been captured in a drift net 40 miles up the Skagit River.

Fish veterinarian Jed Varney of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife tells The Seattle Times in a story on Friday that the 3-foot fish was thin but looked good with no significant bacteria or parasites.

Varney says he found several vertebrae of an unidentified small fish in the Atlantic salmon’s stomach.

A member of the Upper Skagit Indian Tribe caught the fish Tuesday while drift-net fishing for hatchery chinook.

Source. Q13Fox


IN BRIEF - Eating more fish could prevent Parkinson's disease

SWEDEN
Tuesday, April 24, 2018

A new study from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, shines more light on the link between consumption of fish and better long-term neurological health. Parvalbumin, a protein found in great quantities in several different fish species, has been shown to help prevent the formation of certain protein structures closely associated with Parkinson's disease.

Fish has long been considered a healthy food, linked to improved long-term cognitive health, but the reasons for this have been unclear. Omega-3 and -6, fatty acids commonly found in fish, are often assumed to be responsible, and are commonly marketed in this fashion. However, the scientific research regarding this topic has drawn mixed conclusions. Now, new research from Chalmers has shown that the protein parvalbumin, which is very common in many fish species, may be contributing to this effect.

One of the hallmarks of Parkinson's disease is amyloid formation of a particular human protein, called alpha-synuclein. Alpha-synuclein is even sometimes referred to as the 'Parkinson's protein'.

Source: Eurekalert


IN BRIEF - Algae bloom helps shellfish industry

UNITED STATES
Tuesday, April 24, 2018

NARRAGANSETT, R.I. - A record-breaking algae bloom in Narragansett Bay is setting the stage for a booming shellfish season.

The Providence Journal reports Rhode Island’s algae bloom this past winter was the largest on record, and could fuel a spike in clam and scallop numbers.

University of Rhode Island scientists have tracked the January bloom, which they say is a result of high rainfall in October. Blooms occurring during the winter are positive because they won’t lead to low-oxygen conditions for other species.

Source: Seattle Times


IN BRIEF - Saudi shrimp prove to be a hit across the globe

SAUDI ARABIA
Tuesday, April 24, 2018

JEDDAH - Saudi shrimp roam European and East Asian countries, traveling between the world’s finest restaurants and hotels, and are given a warm welcome in 32 countries.

The story behind the rise of Saudi shrimp started 36 years ago. In the 1970s, a Saudi engineer with a vision and an enthusiasm for marine products traveled to the Philippines to recruit workers for civil engineering projects in Saudi Arabia. During his stay, he went to a restaurant where the Red Sea shrimp was on the menu, which gave him the idea of establishing farms on the Red Sea coast to produce shrimp in his country.

His enthusiasm encouraged Filipino technicians to start working on the shrimp-farming project on the Red Sea. Then came the launch of the National Aquaculture Group. It is considered one of the largest integrated aquaculture projects on the Saharan coasts in the world and the largest in the Middle East and Africa. The group is also the leader in aquaculture in the Kingdom.

Source: Arab News


IN BRIEF - Fishermen catch lost gear in program using ocean trash for fuel

UNITED STATES
Tuesday, April 24, 2018

National organizations have partnered local fishermen in the Florida Keys to catch abandoned fishing gear as part of a program that turns ocean trash into energy.

Source: Nightly News


IN BRIEF - Scottish salmon farming petition signed by 30,500

UNITED KINGDOM
Tuesday, April 24, 2018

More than 30,500 people have signed a petition urging the Scottish government to routinely test effluent from salmon processing plants for diseases.

Campaigners claimed that some polluted waste water contained pathogens that could "threaten" wild salmon stocks.

The Scottish government said the risk of disease transfer from farmed salmon to their wild counterparts was "low".

Source: BBC


IN BRIEF - FFAW calls for dismissal of FISH-NL’s certification application

CANADA
Tuesday, April 24, 2018

The Fish, Food and Allied Workers (FFAW) union is calling for the immediate dismissal of the Federation of Independent Sea Harvesters’ (FISH-NL) certification application to the Labour Relations Board, stating FISH-NL has insufficient support to initiate a ratification vote.

FISH-NL and the FFAW are at odds over membership numbers stated in a board report released to the two parties for comment Friday afternoon.

The board’s report is the result of its investigation into FISH-NL’s 2016 application for union certification, and includes information on union membership numbers.

The FFAW says FISH-NL’s lack of support is proven with the report.

Source: Southern Gazette


IN BRIEF - Go extends aid to repatriated fishermen from Indonesia

INDONESIA
Tuesday, April 24, 2018

President Rodrigo Duterte’s special assistant Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go has pledged assistance and support to Filipino fishermen detained in Indonesia.

Go made the pledge a day after welcoming 31 fishermen repatriated from Indonesia on Friday in Davao City.

“I’m happy that our government has been doing its best to repatriate our countrymen from Indonesia,” he said.

Go, one of the possible Senate bets of the ruling PDP-Laban political party in the 2019 mid-term polls, said he would bring up the issue of overstaying Filipinos in Indonesia to the attention of the chief executive.

Source: Gulf Times


IN BRIEF - Small changes in rainforests cause big damage to fish ecosystems

WORLDWIDE
Saturday, April 21, 2018

Freshwater fish diversity is harmed as much by selective logging in rainforests as they are by complete deforestation, according to a new study.

Researchers had expected the level of damage would rise depending on the amount of logging and were surprised to discover the impact of removing relatively few trees.

There are many types of logging that occur in rainforests, from 'selective logging' - only taking certain species - to complete logging and the transformation of the rainforest to oil-palm plantations.

Source: Eurekalert


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