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MSC grants financial support to encourage tuna sustainable practice in India

INDIA | Wednesday, November 22, 2017
The non-government organisation Marine Stewardship Council has awarded GBP 43,373 fund to the World Wildlife Fund-India for promoting sustainable practices in the country’s fisheries sector.


Impact investment fund strengthens support to sustainable coastal fish
Indonesia | 00:20 | Impact fund Meloy Fund I, LP, has partnered the U.S. Agency for International Development to help safeguard the critical marine ecosystems of coastal fisheries in Indonesia and the Philippines, with additional USD 7 million funding. Full Story
22 tons of Chilean kelp valued at over USD 15,000 seized
Chile | 23:50 | Officials of the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Service of Atacama Region, together with Carabineros, managed to seize 22,000 kilos of Chilean kelp from a processing plant located in Caldera. Full Story
Committee to promote aquaculture improvement in Andalusia
Spain | 23:30 | The Undersecretariat of Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development of the autonomous government of Andalusia has set up the Aquaculture Committee of Andalusia, a consultative and advisory body for the promotion, boost and improvement of the activity. Full Story
Smoke Some Oysters and Celebrate Native American Heritage Month
To celebrate Native American Heritage Month, Jamestown Seafood, a S'Klallam Tribal partnership, brings you a recipe for Smoked Oysters.
Young’s Seafood Launches New, Premium Shellfish Range, Plugging Gap in Recipe Inspiration
Young’s Seafood is set to further boost the fastest growing frozen seafood category with the launch of three new, delicious frozen shellfish lines.
Fishmonger’s Choice Offers Fresh, Seasonal, British Fsh to Encourage Lesser-Known Species
A brand new fresh fish offering has landed in Sainsbury's, in a bid to tempt customers to try alternative British fish species, all of which are wild-caught off the South West coast.
Top 6 Vendors in the Shrimp Market from 2017 to 2021
Technavio has announced the top six leading vendors in their recent global shrimp market report, the report also lists 12 other prominent vendors that are expected to impact the market during the forecast period.
Spain intends to achieve greatest possible increase for bluefin tuna TAC
Morocco The General Secretary of Fisheries of Spain participates in the negotiations of the 25th ordinary session of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas, which takes place in Marrakech from November 14 to 22.
AZTI to analyze climate change effects in four important Spanish fisheries
Spain Setting the effects of climate change on the fisheries of Spanish fleets is the aim of a project developed by AZTI until June 2018.
Galicia and Wales will sign an agreement to minimize 'Brexit' impact
Spain Galicia and Wales intend to sign their own bilateral agreement to try to minimize the impact that Brexit will have and avoid damage to the fishing sector.
Baltic illegal discarding worsens despite landing obligation
European Union Compliance with the reformed Common Fisheries Policy’s Landing Obligation is almost non-existent in the Baltic Sea, exposing the European seafood supply chain to unprecedented levels of illegal behaviour, a new report warns.