Blue whiting ‘stalemate’ affecting aquaculture

Blue whiting

A ’political stalemate’ on stock allocation of Northeast Atlantic blue whiting is impacting the aquaculture industry

The North Atlantic Pelagic Advocacy Group (NAPA) is sounding the alarm about the sustainability of Northeast Atlantic blue whiting.

The collaboration of more than 50 supply chain businesses has raised concerns about the ‘political stalemate’ it says has been affecting pelagics management for the past three years, preventing the certification of blue whiting.

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