US seafood industry trade organisation tasks committee to find replacement
One of Iceland’s largest seafood companies reported fishing gains of 19,000 tonnes in 2021
2022-01-13T10:16:00+00:00Sponsored by Seafood Expo Russia
For the first time in more than 2 years fishery companies met together in Saint-Petersburg within Global Fishery Forum & Seafood Expo Russia 2021. The results of the exhibition proved that despite all the difficulties which pandemic has brought into international business communication, people still consider face-to-face meetings the most valuable and ready to overcome obstacles in sake of business.
2022-01-13T11:42:00+00:00By Jason Holland
Alaska’s catching and processing sectors were heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, finds a new industry report.
The annual New Year tuna auction in Tokyo, Japan, saw the first bluefin of 2022 sold for just under JPY 16.9 million (US$ 145,996).
2022-01-03T17:34:00+00:00By Jason Holland
Any attempts to address the effects of having no catch share agreements in place through other trade interferences such as import measures on farmed salmon should be greatly discouraged, cautions AIPCE-CEP, the EU Fish Processors and Traders Association.
NOK 45 million (US$ 5 million) has been committed to the International Fund for Agricultural Fund (IFAD) by the Norwegian Agency of Development Cooperation (Norad) to increase the incomes and build the resilience of small aquaculture farmers in Kenya, Mozambique and Tanzania.
2021-12-21T08:44:00+00:00By Jason Holland
The announcement of the Australia-United Kingdom free trade agreement (FTA) has been welcomed by national body Seafood Industry Australia (SIA) as the sector looks to further diversify its markets.
The National Fisheries Institute (NFI) has announced Thomas Jacob, CEO of Blue Sea Products LLC, based in New Jersey, is joining the association’s Board of Directors.
A Thai seafood giant says it has reaffirmed its reputation as a green food producer.