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Aquatic Foods experiences revenue drop in H1

CHINA | Thursday, September 29, 2016
Marine foods and seafood processor and producer Aquatic Foods Group experienced a 5.6 per cent decrease in revenue in the six months ended June 30.


Light emission method helps detect harmful bacteria in food
United States | 01:10 | Purdue University researchers have engineered a bacteriophage called NanoLuc - a virus that only infects bacteria - to produce an enzyme that causes E. coli O157:H7 to emit light if infected. Full Story
Brussels proposes sharp cuts for Baltic cod quota
European Union | 23:50 | The EC has incorporated cod stock quota reductions, compared to 2016 levels, in its yearly proposal for the 2017 fishing opportunities in the Baltic Sea. Full Story
Grieg to set up largest indoor Atlantic salmon farming facility in New
Canada | 23:30 | Grieg NL has selected of Aqua Maof Group's subsidiary AMG Norway to build its state-of-the-art indoor hatchery and nursery facility in Marystown, Newfoundland. Full Story
Fish and Plants, Working Together
The University of New Hampshire has launched an aquaculture farming research project that aims to provide a model for integrating farming systems to boost local and sustainable food production.
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.
Vietnam’s largest fishmeal factory starts operations
Viet Nam The largest fishmeal factory in Vietnam, which required a USD 3 million investment, has just started its operations in the province of Ca Mau, in the south of the country.
Fishermen sue Taiwanese steel firm over massive fish kill
Viet Nam Hundreds of Vietnamese fishermen have sued a Taiwanese steel company, accusing it of dropping toxic chemicals that caused a massive fish kill off the central Vietnamese coast in April.
China to invest USD 3 billion on fisheries and aquaculture projects
Iran The agriculture ministers of Iran and China signed two fisheries and aquaculture cooperation deals to boost bilateral ties in those two sectors.
First 'marine monument' created in the Atlantic
United States The United States Government has created the Atlantic Ocean's first marine national monument, saying that the new protected area was a needed response to risky climate changes, ocean dead zones and unsustainable fishing practices.