World Fishing News – Page 9

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    Royal Greenland newbuild

    2022-11-28T07:20:00Z

    Fishing company places an order for a new trawler that will be delivered in the first-quarter of 2025

  • Fish feed
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    New proteins on the table

    2022-11-25T07:56:00Z

    Aquaculture feeds made with novel proteins are gradually gaining traction, but obstacles are preventing their widespread utilisation

  • Nodosa
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    New trawler for Orion

    2022-11-24T14:12:00Z

    Nodosa shipyard in Spain has formalised an agreement for the construction of a new freezer trawler targeting Patagonian squid

  • TU Auditor
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    TU improves fisher welfare

    2022-11-24T13:32:00Z

    Thai Union’s first at-sea assessment strengthens improvements in the work and welfare of fishing crews

  • Mattie & Ayva
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    Yanmar power for Maine

    2022-11-24T12:54:00Z

    Yanmar America has completed the installation of powerful and fuel-efficient marine diesel engines in the two Maine lobster boats

  • King Oscar product selection
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    120 years for King Oscar

    2022-11-24T12:16:00Z

    Norwegian canned seafood brand King Oscar celebrates the milestone of its 120th anniversary

  • Peru anchovy
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    Peru sets anchovy quota

    2022-11-24T12:07:00Z

    Peru’s Ministry of Production has authorised the start of the second season of industrial fishing for anchovy destined for indirect human consumption

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    ISSF urges action on tuna

    2022-11-24T10:40:00Z

    Action is urgently needed to prevent the depletion of tuna in the Pacific, warns the ISSF

  • The new Bluefin tuna management procedure has been developed with active engagement of EU scientists and with EU funding
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    ICCAT protects bluefin

    2022-11-23T11:57:00Z

    Important actions agreed to secure the future of a variety of species 

  • Skipjack tuna
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    MSC urges tuna progress

    2022-11-23T09:29:00Z

    Progress on harvest strategies urgently needed to safeguard tuna stocks in the Western Central Pacific, says eco-label

  • ASC-MSC Seaweed Certification
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    Japanese seaweed first

    2022-11-23T07:42:00Z

    Japan’s first ASC-MSC-certified wakame and kelp to be made available in local supermarkets

  • Shortfin mako shark
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    First mako shark quota

    2022-11-23T07:42:00Z

    Fishery managers agree safeguards for CITES-listed, South Atlantic population

  • John Connelly
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    NFI’s John Connelly dies

    2022-11-22T11:48:00Z

    The United States’ National Fisheries Institute has confirmed the passing of its President & CEO, John Connelly

  • US traceability
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    New US seafood regs

    2022-11-22T11:47:00Z

    A final rule on traceability has been issued to facilitate faster identification and removal of potentially contaminated food from the US market

  • Cargill
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    Cargill appoints new chief

    2022-11-22T08:01:00Z

    Brian Sikes will assume the CEO role on 1 January 2023

  • CessCon
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    A new aquafeed resource?

    2022-11-22T08:00:00Z

    Scientists are looking to recycle marine waste from inactive oil platforms

  • Cooke Aquaculture
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    DNR ban irks Cooke

    2022-11-21T11:19:00Z

    Washington decision makers have “opted to ignore science” by prohibiting net pen aquaculture in state-owned areas, says Cooke Aquaculture Pacific

  • Sockeye salmon
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    State ends fish farming

    2022-11-21T10:39:00Z

    Commissioner Hilary Franz stops net pen aquaculture in Washington’s waters to protect native wild salmon

  • Cooke and Tassal
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    Cooke acquires Tassal

    2022-11-21T10:11:00Z

    The purchase is Cooke’s first investment in Australia and the largest-ever for the family-owned seafood and nutritional products company

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    Spain on high alert

    2022-11-18T14:05:00Z

    Seafood business high risk alert as report reveals Spain’s imports exposed to illegal and unreported products