VIDEO: Atlantic Sapphire's 'Salmon City'
Take a virtual tour of Atlantic Sapphire's plans for its land-based salmon farm in Florida, United States.
Russian whitefish giant orders six new trawlers
Norebo Group is planning to invest hundreds of millions into the new vessels.
Jerzy Malek applies for Norwegian development license
The founder of salmon processors Morpol and Milarex has put forward a chipping concept called Intelli-Aqua.
Q&A: Where next for South African pole-and-line tuna?
As an 'extremely valuable' resource, South Africa's pole-and-line fishery is looking to strengthen its position in the global tuna industry. IntraFish spoke ...
Will halibut farming finally take off in Norway? This com...
After years of production challenges, Nordic Halibut is hoping to look into a brighter future with a significant volume increase on the horizon.
Canada's Seacore eyes overseas markets; appoints new busi...
Adam Kennedy joined the company from Cooke Aquaculture.
Peru pushes second anchovy season start date to Nov. 27
It will begin with 'exploratory fishing' on Thursday, Nov. 23.
Reduce role of middlemen in seafood, says Indian VP
The vice president was opening the 11th Indian Fisheries and Aquaculture Forum in Kochi.
EU proposes sprat, turbot catch limits for Black Sea
The proposal is up for discussion at the upcoming December fisheries council.
Asian fisheries impact investment fund raises $7 million ...
The fund was launched in August this year.
Gulf shrimp landings hit 16-year low in October
Louisiana leads the decline in the harvest numbers.
Chilean coho prices into Japan stumble
The usually stable price point dropped $0.18 in week 46.
Seaweed prices in the Philippines hike on high demand
The country's other fishery products also largely saw gains.
Alaskan Leader Seafoods tops out at Alaskan Symphony of S...
Other winners were Trident Seafoods, Barako Style and Link Snacks.
Report paints rosy picture of Canada's aquaculture industry
Nation's aquaculture revenues jump 47%, while volume increases 5%.
Bristol Bay red king crab quota caught
The Bristol Bay red king crab season finished up last week when the entire allowable catch was harvested. “The Bristol Bay Red King Crab fishery went fairly ...
Silver Bay Seafoods hires new exec
He joins as owner and will be part of the senior management team focusing on Bristol Bay.
Silver Bay Seafoods new exec joins as owner
He will be part of the senior management team focusing on Bristol Bay.
Sam Parisi – Unless we have the science compared to an in...
I was reading an article in South Coast Today regarding the new director of NOAA Jon Hare who said quote, he is willing to talk to the fishermen. Among his d...
Athearn Marine Agency Boat of the Week: 43ft Aluminum Ste...
Specifications, information and 11 photos click here To see all the boats in this series, Click here 15:05
North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for Th...
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Ekofish orders twin-rigger from Stellendam yard
Dutch fishing company Ekofish Group has contracted Damen Maaskant Shipyards Stellendam to build a new twin-rig trawler. The design and equipment of the new v...
Search underway for crew of capsized tuna fishing boat of...
A search is underway for two Japanese and five Indonesian crew members after their fishing ship was found capsized about 400 kilometers (250 miles) from the ...
‘Codfather’s’ fraud leaves New Bedford fishing permits on...
South Coast officials and seafood industry interests were stunned by Monday’s federal decision to shut down a sector with ties to disgraced fishing mag...
Report: Value, tonnage of Canada's aquaculture sector con...
Nation's aquaculture revenues jump 47%, while volume increase 5%.
This Hilton Head shrimp boat is a Lowcountry comeback sto...
She was surf fishing when she saw the boat, its nets trawling the water, its running lights bright in the ever-darkening sky, and its size made her pause, th...
Optimism heading into the 2017 lobster season off southwe...
While many factors can come into play before an opening shore price is determined in the commercial lobster fishery, there is reason for optimism going into ...
Trident, Alaskan Leader items win new-products competition
The Alaska Symphony of Seafood will name its grand prize winner in February.
ASC, MSC unveil joint standard
The joint standard marks a first for the two certification programs, bringing together expertise in sustainable fishing and responsible aquaculture.
North Pacific Seafood names new president, COO
The former Trident, Silver Bay Seafood executive is joining the company at the end of November.
Jerzy Malek applies for license for digital fish health m...
The founder of salmon processors Morpol and Milarex has put forward a chipping concept called Intelli-Aqua.
SalMar owner Kverva buys cage manufacturer Aqualine
Kverva subsidiary Steinsvik Group will be merged with Aqualine as part of a new company.
Brexit expert: Grimsby 'free port' plan is a pipe dream
There is little hope for the town to get a special free status after the UK leaves the EU, expert says.
Sapmer testing branded tuna products for French market
Group testing launch in small batches.
Europeche praises new proposals for EU fisheries legislation
While one NGO thinks it ‘seriously weakens’ existing legislation, fishermen say it is a positive step forward.
Irish seafood firm snaps up salmon smoker
The two family-run businesses complement one another.
Spanish producer commits to sustainability
Spain’s Nueva Pescanova Group has joined the Sustainable Fisheries Partnership (SFP) in order to improve the sustainability of its supply chain.
Aquaculture contributes $5.1B to the Canadian economy
Revenues in 2016 up almost 50 percent
Tippets: Snake River Hatchery, Canadian Mining Boom, Reth...
An Idaho hatchery intended to help salmon populations might instead be pushing them closer to the brink. While a recent report from the Idaho Department of F...
Recycled tyre fender project wins award
A project to create fenders for a new pier using recycled tyres has won a Shetland Environmental Award.
Jerzy Malek puts in for Norwegian development license
The founder of salmon processors Morpol and Milarex has put forward a chipping concept called Intelli-Aqua.
Whole Foods a big win for upstart frozen food brand
Mealkits just launched in Ahold stores, such as Stop & Shop, and are in other supermarket chains.
Peruvian anchovy TAC not expected to cause massive market...
But fishmeal prices are likely to rise, and a high presence of juveniles suggests the industry should prepare for a number of mini bans through the season.
Scottish Salmon Co. posts spike in earnings, revenues
Harvest volumes reach 6,781 tons during the quarter.
WWF blasts ICCAT for bluefin tuna quota increase
High quota target set despite warnings from scientists.
China Fishery posts $95 million loss in 2016
Accumulated losses amounted to $108.6 million.
Dutch flatfish group orders new twin-rig trawler
The vessel will be outfitted by Damen, and delivery is expected for the first quarter of 2019.
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