The Dirección Nacional de Recursos Acuáticos, DINARA, is the state agency responsible for regulating and controlling fishing activities in Uruguay. As such it is the only medical authority responsible for fisheries nationwide.
The DINARA belongs to the Ministry of Livestock, Agriculture and Fisheries of Uruguay, who defines and executes the national government fisheries policy.
Dorset Fisherman buoyed by Waitrose support United Kingdom
Waitrose has become the first major UK supermarket chain to sell MSC certified British clams, which are now on sale at counters across 150 of its stores, with sustainable British cockles due to en...