Scotland’s Macduff sees leap in profits under Clearwater

January 17, 2018 | Seafood News
In the months since the shellfish firm's takeover by the Canadian giant, turnover has risen 78% and operating profit by 132% ...read more
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EU importers hope stakeholder dialogue can maintain Indian shrimp supply

January 17, 2018 | Seafood News
A delegation of EU buyers and Indian exporters hopes planned talks can help maintain and improve the shrimp trade between the two ...read more
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Peru fishing association rejects accusations against its president

January 17, 2018 | Seafood News
The SNP said it is false that its president, Elena Conterno, while minister of production, had recommended Renato Guevara as scientific director of Imarpe ...read more
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Indian shrimp farms likely to be main concern of EU inspections

January 17, 2018 | Seafood News
A Dutch delegation to India to meet with the EU and Indian authorities has said export procedures are all in place, and that what is likely to need work is the 'primary production' side ...read more
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Public ‘overwhelmingly supports’ UK taking back control of fishing grounds

January 17, 2018 | Seafood News
'There is powerful public support for the UK taking back control of its fishing grounds when the country leaves the EU in March 2019, or soon afterwards' ...read more
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WWF echoes disappointment at EU technical measures vote

January 17, 2018 | Seafood News
NGO felt MEPs had missed a 'crucial opportunity to protect our marine environment and juvenile fish' ...read more
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Wheeler leaves Seafood Harvesters for policy role at NOAA

January 16, 2018 | Seafood News
Kevin Wheeler, who was executive director at the Seafood Harvesters of America for just one year, will direct policy in his new job at at NOAA ...read more
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Maine to argue against increased lobster catch reports

January 16, 2018 | Seafood News
Patrick Keliher, Maine's marine commissioner, is pretty sure he can convince the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission to back off its proposal ...read more
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US detains Vietnamese pangasius over use of tasteless smoke

January 16, 2018 | Seafood News
The Asian fish that closely resembles and competes against American catfish has run into its first major snag since the US switched which regulator has authority over it ...read more
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Grieg, OCI formally ink agreement for Canadian salmon farming project

January 16, 2018 | Seafood News
Norway's Grieg Group and Canadian firm OCI have formalized their ownership agreement for a planned salmon farming and processing project off the coast of Newfoundland ...read more
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