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Landing obligation concerns pelagic producers

EUROPEAN UNION | Friday, August 01, 2014
The European Association of Fish Producers Associations is concerned about the implementation of the pelagic landing obligation from 1 January 2015.


Shrimp shells useful for uranium extraction
United States | 23:10 | The US Department of Energy selected a University of Alabama start-up company for an approximate USD 1.5 million award to refine an alternative material to potentially extract uranium from the ocean. Full Story
'Mauritania has had it its own way, once again'
Spain | 22:30 | The Spanish Fisheries Confederation expressed disappointment with the agreement that the EU and Mauritania reached, holding it extremely damages the European bloc and also the African country. Full Story
Salmon price status at week 31
Norway | 21:30 | Fresh salmon export volumes for week week 30 are down 155 tonnes compared to week 29 but up 788 tonnes compared to week 30, 2013, reports Fish Pool ASA. Full Story
Barcelona Affirms Its Position as a Strategic Destination for the Seafood Industry
With exhibiting companies and buyers from all over the world, Seafood Expo Southern Europe, formerly called Seafood Barcelona, focuses on bringing more business opportunities
Nor-Fishing Innovation Award 2014 – Finalists Selected
The Jury had a difficult task selecting the three finalists among many well-qualified applicants: Mustad Autoline, Marel and Inventas are this year’s Innovation Award finalists.
Healthy and Nutritious Trout from Responsible Aquaculture
Danforel only supplies the best quality, healthy and nutritious smoked trout that has been responsibly farmed to minimise potential environmental and social impacts.
Happy Sturgeon Always Produce the Best Caviar
From fingerling stage, Exemoor Caviar sturgeon are naturally 'grown-out' in fresh natural flowing water allowing the fish the ability to grow naturally at their time frame.
Bigeye tuna fisheries worsening, new assessments show
New Caledonia New assessments on the status of key regional tuna stocks recently released by the Secretariat of the Pacific Community show that bigeye has now been reduced to less than 20 per cent of its unfished stock size.
Alaska fisheries at risk from ocean acidification, NOAA-led study shows
United States Ocean acidification is driving changes in waters vital to Alaska’s valuable commercial fisheries and subsistence way of life, according to new NOAA-led research that will be published online in ...
Jumbo flying squid exports fall
Chile Chile exported jumbo flying squid (Dosidicus gigas) for USD 70 million in 2013, a figure which shows a 15.7 per cent drop over the previous year.
Consumer agency accuses McDonald’s of irregularities
Russia Fed. The country’s main consumer watchdog found violations of food standards by McDonald's and filed a lawsuit in Moscow against the US fast-food chain, urging it to withdraw certain products.