Thousands of aquaculture feed bags found polluting Canadian islands

November 20, 2017 | Seafood News
Parks Canada, which had been quiet about the incident, is considering filing charges against the aquaculture company believed responsible, a leaked memo reveals ...read more
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Week in review: The best of week 46

November 20, 2017 | Seafood News
Every week, we review the exclusive articles from the previous week on Undercurrent News ...read more
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Turkey’s bass, bream juvenile production stable in 2017

November 20, 2017 | Seafood News
Bass and bream juveniles produced in Turkey this year is stable, following a sharp rise in 2016; meanwhile, Kilic tries to maintain its 'dominant' position in the Middle East ...read more
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Peruvian fishermen oppose second anchovy season, ask for minister resignation

November 20, 2017 | Seafood News
The fishing season was set at at 1.49m metric tons, 25.5% lower year on year. Some fishermen said over the weekend 'it will lead to a total depredation' of the resource ...read more
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Global toothfish prices strengthen amid strong Chinese New Year demand

November 20, 2017 | Seafood News
The market for toothfish in Asia is strong in lead up to Chinese year with an increased interest in larger fish, while the US market remains stable ...read more
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Russia’s Norebo to invest $350m in six cod, haddock trawlers

November 20, 2017 | Seafood News
Russian fishing giant Norebo Holding has ordered six whitefish trawlers from the Severnaya Verf shipyard ...read more
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Russian shipyard to build four new longliners for 2022

November 20, 2017 | Seafood News
Severnaya Verf has been contracted to build longline factory vessels for three fishing companies; Virma, Globus and ArktikrybFlot ...read more
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MSC gives funds to India to develop sustainable fisheries

November 20, 2017 | Seafood News
The Marine Stewardship Council has awarded INR 3.72m funding to India for promoting sustainable practices in country's fisheries sector ...read more
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Worries set net by-catch will push Japan over Pacific bluefin quota

November 20, 2017 | Seafood News
Large numbers of Pacific bluefin tuna are being caught as by-catch in fixed nets for salmon, yellowtail and other fish of the Japanese island of Hokkaido ...read more
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Peru sets anchovy fishing quota below expectations

November 17, 2017 | Seafood News
Peru sets the anchovy TAC for the upcoming season in the centre-north of the country's waters at 1.49 million metric tons ...read more
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