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Seafood demand is expected to decrease in the second half of 2022 meaning a challenging time for farmers
A digital platform is helping salmon farmers in Norway make quick decisions and reduce mortality rates
A deal has been struck to develop low-cost aquatic feeds to benefit communities in Sub-Saharan Africa
How can RAS farms avoid the worst-case scenario?
Coalition wants Eastern Pacific tuna fisheries managers to protect bigeye and yellowfin stocks
Guðmundur Gunnarsson accepted the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition’s Outstanding Achievement award for his contributions to the development of fishing gear
Austria has been given €6.7 million in EU funding to help its inland fisheries and aquaculture sectors
The UK government is being urged to make more funding available to the wild catching sector
Despite all the terrors of the ongoing conflict, most Ukrainian fish producers have maintained their operations
Community support given to land-based aquaculture venture, with town residents voting down a proposed moratorium on facilities
The humble sea cucumber may be key to feeding the world’s growing population
Sustainable Fisheries Partnership confirms the appointment of two new programme directors
Icelandic processing equipment firm has announced plans to reduce its global workforce by 5% in order to improve its operational performance
Vessels fishing illegally removed from register of ships
Novanam has become the first company in Namibia to be awarded the FISH certification for its labour practices
Finland-headquartered technology group has completed its exit from the Russian market following the invasion of Ukraine
Additional duties on seafood are included in the latest batch of sanctions implemented by UK government
UK immigration policies are to blame for a shortage of workers in the food processing sector
IceFish 2022’s Fish Waste for Profit Conference hears there’s significant scope to optimise the use and value of seafood
Around half of AGAC’s tuna is now certified by the MSC as sustainable
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