Insight – Page 2

  • UK fishers
    News

    Squeezed out

    2023-03-23T09:50:00Z

    Industry is concerned the UK’s new fisheries strategy fails to factor in its biggest challenge – spacial squeezing

  • Fish farming
    News

    Iranian aquaculture on a pathway to growth

    2023-03-10T08:57:00Z

    Government sets out ambitious plans to double the country’s production in the next four years

  • Maruha fish
    News

    A perfect storm

    2023-03-08T12:47:00Z

    Japan’s fish and seafood sectors are being undermined by weakening consumption and high prices

  • Polish carp
    News

    Poland in uncharted waters

    2023-02-08T07:43:00Z

    Skyrocketing food inflation has led many fish farmers to be uncertain about their future

  • 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
    News

    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
    News

    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
    News

    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
    News

    Anxious times

    2022-10-12T08:20:00Z

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

  • Lab
    News

    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
    News

    What makes a sustainable feed?

    2022-08-22T06:54:00Z

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

  • 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
    News

    Managing mortalities

    2022-07-27T12:04:00Z

    How can RAS farms avoid the worst-case scenario?

  • Ukraine aquaculture
    News

    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
    News

    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
    News

    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
    News

    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
    News

    Healthier salmon farming

    2022-03-23T10:45:00Z

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

  • blue growth
    News

    Turkish aquaculture boom

    2022-03-16T12:33:00Z

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

  • John Kerry
    News

    John 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