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Thai Union restates its tuna sustainability strategy

THAILAND | Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Thai Union Group PCL intends to ensure a minimum of 75 per cent of its branded tuna is sus...


Daybrook obtains record landings in new season
South Africa | 22:30 | Fishmeal and fish oil firm Daybrook, a subsidiary of Oceana Group in the United ... Full Story
SERNAPESCA agrees to favour data exchange with US FDA
Chile | 22:20 | The National Fisheries and Aquaculture Service (SERNAPESCA) and the Latin American Office ... Full Story
Molecule could combat fish-killing disease
Denmark | 21:50 | Scientists from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, have discovered a molecule that ca... Full Story
A Satisfactory Quarter for the SalMar Group
All SalMar ASA's business areas posted satisfactory results in the first quarter 2018, price achievement in the quarter was good and, operationally, all the Group's business areas posted satisfactory results.
New Zealanders Choose Sustainable Seafood For Future Generations
May 14th, marked the first Sustainable Seafood Day in New Zealand, members of the seafood community including government, academia, industry and NGOs came together to celebrate sustainable fisheries.
Lidl UK Becomes First UK-Based Discounter to Join Ocean Disclosure Project
Lidl has published a public profile which includes a list of all of the fisheries supplying wild-caught seafood sourced by Lidl UK, alongside information on fishery management, catch method, and environmental impact.
SAPMER Develops its Visual Identity and Confirms its New Strategic Direction
The new identity emphasises the impulse given to a direct selling in the next months or years, by using the codes of a “seafood” company that masters every stage from the ocean to the dinner plate.
First Copper River salmon arrives at Seattle with high prices
United States The fishery for Copper River king salmon opened in Alaska on Thursday and the first shipment of fish arrived with much fanfare at Sea-Tac Airport, Washington, Friday morning.
Govt to aid sector to restart exports to Saudi Arabia
Myanmar The Myanmar government expressed its intention to join efforts with private seafood factories to restart fish and shrimp exports to Saudi Arabia after the ban imposed by Saudi authorities in April.
EU to keep yellow card for Thailand
Thailand The European Union has decided to keep a yellow card for Thailand over the country’s illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing problems, a source at the Agriculture and Cooperatives Ministry revealed.
Chamber of Deputies approves bill regulating giant squid capture
Chile With a strong support and in front of a wide citizenship attendance, including representatives of the artisanal and industrial fishing sectors, the Room of the House of Representatives approved in general the bill regulating giant squid capture.