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Shareholders agree to sell their stakes in Icelandic salmon farming company for close to NOK 1.1 billion
Concern that major brands are moving away from Atlantic mackerel prompts NAPA to urge governments to act on sustainable fisheries
$540 million purchase will form a new business segment and the fourth pillar of the Marel business model
Aim is to reverse the 95% decline of English native oyster populations and reinstate the multiple benefits that the molluscs bring
Seafood innovation needs more support, says Minister of Food, Fisheries and Agriculture
Seafood economy needs to get much better at utilising and maximising the value of its raw materials, experts say
Thirteen awards were bestowed at the 8th Icelandic Fisheries Awards, including two that recognised outstanding career contributions
Salmon Evolution aims to raise production capacity with a North America expansion
Aller Aqua Group acquires Europe’s leading producer of smoked trout fillets
Genetics in aquaculture and fisheries is offering new approaches to tackling key challenges
Fisheries leader tells the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition 2022 that collaboration will bring considerable growth to the seafood sector
Plans to reopen a cannery on St Helena will see the delivery of the first ever British one-by-one caught tuna
The ongoing conflict in Ukraine could put a €300 million hole in the EU-27 fishing fleet’s profits this year
The Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition is all set to open its doors on Wednesday 8 June, welcoming exhibitors and attendees from around the world
Tuna purse seine company becomes the Global Sustainable Seafood Initiative’s first partner from Micronesia
The Norwegian Seafood Council is trying to change the UK’s perception about seafood and sustainable diets
Impacts of aquaculture opportunity areas in the Gulf of Mexico to be assessed
Projects aim to bring Scotland’s salmon population back from crisis point
Icelandic salmon farming company has signed a share purchase agreement for the remaining shares in Eldisstöðin Ísþór smolt facility in Þorlákshöfn.
Infectious salmon anemia found at two farming sites in Iceland
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