Insight

  • Tilapia
    News

    Brazil changes tack

    2023-01-30T10:54:00Z

    South American country’s fisheries and aquaculture sectors have high hopes for 2023

  • Russian Salmon
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    Russia puts on a brave face

    2023-01-11T09:50:00Z

    Aquaculture has an increasingly important role to play in bolstering the country’s food security

  • Insight Main Salmon
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    Germany tallies its losses

    2023-01-09T09:07:00Z

    Supported by fast-growing demand, the seafood category in Germany has experienced steady development, but domestic production continues to stagnate

  • EU imports
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    Slipping through the net

    2022-10-27T08:06:00Z

    While measures exist to keep illegal fishing in place, it’s still all too easy for illegally fished products to reach European consumers

  • European aquaculture
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    Anxious times

    2022-10-12T08:20:00Z

    Europe’s mounting energy crisis has put the region’s fish farmers at risk

  • Lab
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    Green light for microalgae

    2022-09-15T08:27:00Z

    Two studies have highlighted the significant role of light in extracting valuable ingredients from microalgae

  • Krill-in-blue-water
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    What makes a sustainable feed?

    2022-08-22T06:54:00Z

    As aquaculture grows, producers and feed firms are constantly looking for sustainable ingredients

  • Russia
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    Russia in turmoil

    2022-08-10T09:41:00Z

    Fish sector faces a perfect storm of export restrictions, a lack of equipment and the logistics chaos – all caused by sanctions from the west

  • Mortalities
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    Managing mortalities

    2022-07-27T12:04:00Z

    How can RAS farms avoid the worst-case scenario?

  • Ukraine aquaculture
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    Farming in the shadow of war

    2022-07-25T07:36:00Z

    Despite all the terrors of the ongoing conflict, most Ukrainian fish producers have maintained their operations

  • IceFish 2022
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    IceFish 2022 – back to business

    2022-07-13T06:32:00Z

    Thousands of visitors – spanning the entire fisheries sector – were warmly welcomed to 13th edition of the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition in Kópavogur

  • Uzbekizstan
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    Central Asia's aqua hopes

    2022-05-19T08:24:00Z

    Struggling to bolster food security, countries in this vast region have set their sights on aquaculture growth

  • Russian processing
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    Russian processing crisis

    2022-04-11T13:49:00Z

    The development of Russia’s fish processing industry has been derailed by the war in Ukraine

  • Salmon pen
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    Healthier salmon farming

    2022-03-23T10:45:00Z

    Two new initiatives have the potential to significantly contribute towards healthier production systems

  • blue growth
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    Turkish aquaculture boom

    2022-03-16T12:33:00Z

    Industry recognises that diversification is key to the country’s fish farming growth

  • John Kerry
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    Kerry: Industry must step up

    2022-03-09T10:19:00Z

    US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate says to help restore ocean health, companies selling seafood need to demonstrate a lot more accountability 

  • Seaweed Farming
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    Shifting aquaculture’s currency to green

    2022-02-10T13:14:00Z

    RAS is big business, but what can IMTA bring to European fish farming? 

  • Jason Holland brings a wealth of seafood industry experience with him as he takes over as World Fishing’s editor
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    New skipper in the WF wheelhouse

    2021-12-13T15:14:00Z

    It’s been an interesting five years in the editor’s chair at World Fishing, but it’s time to move aside for someone new to take over.

  • Russia has one of the highest per capita levels of back caviar consumption. Photo: Roskachestvo
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    Russia on track to becoming a black caviar superpower

    2021-12-10T14:13:00Z

    Russia is set to increase black caviar export fivefold by 2024, aiming to compete with Chinese suppliers on the European and the US markets, as well as on home ground.

  • Cod is Iceland’s single most valuable species, accounting for 49% of 2020’s seafood export value
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    Source of inspiration

    2021-11-09T13:35:00Z

    Iceland is well positioned to offer the United Kingdom a lot more than just its favourite whitefish