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Atlantic scallop stocks likely to be reduced by ocean acidification

UNITED STATES | Wednesday, September 26, 2018
A team of scientists predicts that Atlantic sea scallop fisheries off the east coast ...


Cermaq starts salmon farming in closed containers
Norway | 23:30 | Cermaq informed it has transferred smolt into its new closed containment system in Horsv&a... Full Story
MSC to start new fisheries standard review
United Kingdom | 22:40 | The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has revealed the terms of reference for its next fish... Full Story
Spanish tuna fleet pilot project claims FAD efficiency in Seychelles
Spain | 22:00 | A pilot project launched in 2016 by the Spanish tuna fleet in the Seychelles overrides the... Full Story
Umitron Expands Early Stage Funding and Starts Data Service for Aquaculture Insurance
Aquatech startup Umitron raises USD 2,688,000 in latest round bringing total funding to USD 11,000,000 and starts demonstrating new service to provide reliable data for aquaculture insurance.
Data Ecosystem For The Global Seafood Industry
Fishcoin has been designed as a peer-to-peer network that allows independent industry stakeholders to harness the power of blockchain using a shared protocol so that data can be trusted, transparent, and secure.
Sustainable Omega 3 Consumption: A Positive Trend Set to Increase
The size of the global omega 3 supplement industry has grown enormously in recent years, international ecolabel Friend of the Sea shares data about the rise in certified fish oil companies in 2018.
Experts in Seafood Packaging
Flair provides a comprehensive stock program to allow for lower-cost options, to create unprinted packaging ready-for-labeling, or to accommodate faster turn-around times.
Trade war with China could force Maine lobster industry to change its strategy
United States Maine lobster may use Canada as a “grey-market” conduit to China after President Donald Trump’s trade war with the Asian country, as some experts believe.
New catch limits set for 32 fish stocks
New Zealand The commercial tarakihi (Nemadactylus macropterus) catch in the fisheries areas off the east coast of the North and South Islands is to be reduced by 20 per cent in an effort to rebuild the depleted stock.
British retailer to sell bycatch to support fishery sustainability
United Kingdom Unwanted seafood varieties rejected by other supermarkets, such as megrim, grey gurnard, whiting and pouting, which would be thrown back into the sea either dead or slowly dying, will no longer go to waste thanks to retailer Iceland Foods.
Alleged unfair competition complaint unleashes legal battle in cannery market
Chile Orizon -- one of the fishing subsidiaries of the Angelini group -- filed a lawsuit for unfair competition against CV Trading, a company belonging to Bruzzone family, which markets multiple categories of food products.