Manokwari, Papua Barat (ANTARA) - The Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Office (DKP) of West Papua will establish coordination with the Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (KKP) Ministry regarding its plan to build a Center for Integrated Fisheries Areas (SKPT) in Kaimana District.
"I plan to fly directly to Jakarta to establish coordination with the (KKP) ministry," head of the West Papua DKP Jacob Ayomi informed in Manokwari, West Papua, on Monday.
According to Ayomi, supporting infrastructure, such as an integrated fishing port, is an essential prerequisite to realize the plan of building SKPT.
Recently, he said, Kaimana District Head Freddy Thie submitted a request for support from the provincial government in efforts to build the SKPT in the district. [continues...]
The Fisheries department on Tuesday organised a seminar introducing the possibilities of Vannamei shrimp farming that has a lot of market potential.
Kovoor Kunjumon, MLA, who inaugurated the seminar held in connection with an Ente Keralam expo, said fish availability and self-sufficiency can be achieved through innovative systems. The farming methods of Vannamei shrimp, which came to India from Mexico, were discussed in the seminar. Vannamei shrimps can be harvested three times a year, and successful farmers shared their experiences at the event. K. Suhair, deputy director of Fisheries, presided over the function and Fisheries extension officer Manju led the classes.
A proposed $178 million “aquaculture” project in Muskegon County would use cutting-edge technology to raise salmon on land.
Atlantis Fish Co. is proposing to raise 10,000 salmon per week on 90 acres of property at the county wastewater site that the company intends to purchase.
Details of the project were announced at Tuesday’s meeting of the Michigan Strategic Fund Board, which gave initial approval to assisting with the issuance of $100 million in bonds for the project.
Atlantis intends to use a French recirculating aquaculture system not applied before in the United States, according to a memo to the board.
The fish are hatched on site and then grown in two large water tanks that are controlled for light, current, feed and temperature, according to the memo. The operation would involve two buildings totaling 100,000 square feet.
“What we are doing is bringing a transformational industry into West Michigan,” Krider told the board on Tuesday.[continues...]
Delhaize has decided to withdraw from sale and recall its Lion brand smoked Norwegian Atlantic salmon, due to a packaging problem that does not guarantee its shelf life, the supermarket group said on Tuesday.
The product, which has an expiry date of 08/06/2023, was sold from 19/05/2023 to 22/05/2023 inclusive. It carries the GTIN code “5400112212509.”
Delhaize is asking customers not to consume this product but to return it to a point of sale.
Sustainability scorecard reveals slip in Canadian grocery stores' seafood sustainability practices, with only two labeling farmed salmon correctly: Costco and Metro.
Most major grocery chains in Canada fail to label their salmon products as “farmed,” according to a new sustainability report.
The annual scorecard, released Thursday by the sustainable seafood partnership SeaChoice, found major Canadian grocers’ seafood sustainability practices had their national average slip to 68 per cent from 71 per cent a year earlier.[continues...
The current CEO of Nueva Pescanova Group, Ignacio González Hernández, is leaving the company for "strictly personal" reasons, as the company from Pontevedra has just announced in a press release.
González, who held his position since February 2016, will remain in office until June 16, at which time the top management of Nueva Pescanova will be assumed by the current Chairman of the Board of Directors, José María Benavent.
Ignacio González, 55, is the current president of Aecoc and has extensive experience in consumer goods, having worked at Carrefour, Campofrío and Nueva Pescanova
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The Official Gazette of Portugal has published the Resolution of the Legislative Assembly of the Autonomous Region of the Azores that declares the defense of the oceans and the blue natural heritage and establishes a moratorium on mining on the seabed, including prospecting activities, until January 1, 2050. In addition, it establishes that five years before the end of the moratorium, the need to extend it will be reassessed.
Source: IndustriasPesqueras | Read the full articlehere
Aquaculture biotech group Benchmark saw its revenues for the six months to 31 March 2023 go up, year on year, by 25% to £98.9m.
The period, the first half of the group’s current financial year, also saw a 39% increase in adjusted EBITDA to £22.1m (H1 FY22: £15.9m). Benchmark’s financial accounting pre-tax loss was cut to £1.9m (H1 2022: loss of 5.1m. The figures are unaudited.
Conservation International and xpertSea launch “Climate Smart Shrimp” pilot in Ecuador, Invite buyers to support regenerative farming solution.
This turn-key programme is a streamlined way for seafood buyers to support farmers, reduce carbon, and restore mangroves, driving the industry towards a sustainable and resilient future.
Conservation International and xpertSea, a leading aquaculture technology company, today announced a Climate Smart Shrimp pilot in Ecuador, an innovative solution to champion regenerative farming practices.
Chinese seafood processor and convenience seafood distributor Xianmeilai Food Co. is once again going for an initial public offering.
This is the third time Xianmeilai Food has filed for an IPO on the stock market listing in Shanghai Stock Exchange, following unsuccessful attempts in 2021 and 2022. The privately owned company is seeking to raise CNY 600 million (USD 96 million, EUR 84 million) to expand its distribution and logistics network as it bets big on growing Chinese demand for convenience meals.
Author: Mark Godfrey / SeafoodSource | read the full article here