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Is it possible to make Atlantic salmon resistant to salmon lice?

NORWAY | Friday, April 03, 2020
New lighthouse announcement from the Norwegian Seafood Research Fund (FHF) In an ope...


Barbados bets on tuna to boost the value of fish exports
Barbados | 00:00 | The island’s fishing sector players and United Nations organizations draw up a plan ... Full Story
NOAA to test electronic monitoring in herring fishery
United States | 00:00 | Federal fishing regulators are evaluating how to use electronic monitoring to help manage ... Full Story
VARD signs contract with P/F Akraberg to build innovative trawler
Norway | 00:00 | VARD, Fincantieri’s subsidiary and one of the major global designers and shipbuilder... Full Story
Seiyu Becomes First Retailer in Japan to Market BAP Seafood
The Japanese supermarket has committed to sourcing products from BAP-certified producers, beginning with a packaged shrimp salad launching in 181 stores across Japan.
Zeus Capital Advises on Creation of EUR300m Seafood Business
Zeus Capital has acted as exclusive financial adviser to Sykes Seafood on its successful acquisition of Klaas Puul from the Dutch Seafood Company and H2 Equity Partners.
The MSC Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic
The MSC is temporarily allowing audits and fishery assessments to be conducted remotely in light of the coronavirus pandemic and in consideration of the welfare of all individuals participating in its certification program.
Friend of the Sea Publishes New Sustainability Criteria
Friend of the Sea, the world’s leading certification standard for products and services that respect and protect the marine environment, concludes revision process and publishes updated Wild Caught Standard and Audit Guidance.
Lockdown could have long-lasting impact on fishing industry
India The forced fishing holiday due to the 21-day lockdown will have a long-lasting impact on the fishing industry in Mangaluru, which is already dented by lesser catch this year. With investments alrea...
Govt injects $110 million to get sefood be flown on emergency freight flights
Australia Hundreds of tonnes of lobster and abalone will be flown on emergency freight flights out of Australia in a $ 110 million push to stop a massive downturn across the seafood sector. The government wi...
Shrimp seller identified as possible coronavirus 'patient zero'
China Identified as Wei Guixian, she was selling shrimps at the Huanan Seafood Market when she developed a cold Beijing/London: A 57-year-old female shrimp seller in China's Wuhan city, the originating p...
CORONA VIRUS| Measures for fishermen: Guarantee Funds
Norway The Government proposes to increase the allocation for guarantee lots by NOK 5 million. Guarantee licenses are, in a way, a daily allowance for fishermen. - Although fishing is largely normal, it is ...