Insight

  • Russia
    News

    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? 

  • 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

  • Babord Group is about to make Arctic char better known and more widely available
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    Arctic char – niche species ready to go mainstream

    2021-11-09T11:44:00Z

    There are ambitious plans to bring what is currently a niche farmed species to greater prominence as Arctic char production is about to be stepped up by Norwegian Fish Farms working with seafood producer Babord Group.

  • “We have signed the Paris Agreement, but the current consumption trend is going in exactly the opposite direction,” said Erik Ianssen, general manager of Selfa Arctic AS
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    If you can’t stand the heat…

    2021-10-21T09:58:00Z

    When it comes to the climate change crisis, there’s a lot more to come from seafood.

  • Kazakhstan sets ambitious aquaculture goals
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    Kazakhstan sets ambitious aquaculture goals

    2021-06-14T10:50:00Z

    The Kazakh government has adopted a bold aquaculture development programme, aiming to boost domestic fish production from the current annual figure of 7,000 tonnes to some 270,000 tonnes by 2030

  • Russian fish farmers source equipment at home
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    Russian fish farmers source equipment at home

    2021-03-18T07:30:00Z

    Russia’s heavy dependence on imported fish farming equipment is likely to change, as the Covid-19 pandemic has spurred the ruble’’s depreciation and consequently made any imported products less affordable

  • Shaking up the virtual aisles
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    Shaking up the virtual aisles

    2021-03-17T07:30:00Z

    Online sales of seafood have soared during the coronavirus lockdown and experts believe the long-term future looks good

  • Turbulent times for Russian seafood
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    Turbulent times for Russian seafood

    2021-03-12T14:25:00Z

    China’s import ban could leave millions of tonnes of Russian fish unsold and result in thousands of job losses, as it seems that Russia is running out of options to avoid the worst case scenario becoming a reality

  • Surf n’ turf: closing the global food gap
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    Surf n’ turf: closing the global food gap

    2020-11-07T07:30:00Z

    Farming animals in the water and on land has an essential role to play in solving our most fundamental challenge

  • Aiming for aquafeed self-sufficiency
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    Aiming for aquafeed self-sufficiency

    2020-07-19T07:30:00Z

    Russia is set to ramp up aquafeed production nearly tenfold to 525,000 tonnes by 2030 to make fish farmers less dependent on imports