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Vietnam Set to Make Aquaculture Farming Sustainable with Solar Energy

May 14, 2020
Two German institutes together with other companies signed an agreement to implement the project in Mekong Delta Written by: Anjana Parikh / Mercom India Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH and the German research institute, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar...
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Australian Company Two Hands Progresses to Live Offer Stage of Equity Crowdfunding Campaign

May 14, 2020
The Australian start-up turning the live food supply chain on its head, Two Hands, have confirmed that their equity crowdfunding campaign offer will go live on May 19th. Two Hands invites Australians to invest in the first Australian business to...
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Bühler creates the Bühler Virtual World to support food industry resilience during challenging times

May 11, 2020
Bühler transforms physical trade show into digital event Information source: Buhler Group / press release In just six weeks, Bühler transformed its physical interpack program into a fully digital experience. It has certainly been a very steep learning curve for...
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“A Quarantine Surprise: Americans Are Cooking More Seafood”, a New York Times article

May 11, 2020
In a rare bright spot for the fish trade, retail sales have set records, and consumers are trying species that even restaurants shy away from. Written by: Pete Wells / New York Times In 1963, on their way home from...
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Kvarøy Arctic & James Beard Foundation Announce the First “Women in Aquaculture” Scholarship Fund

May 11, 2020
Application forms are available digitally. All scholarship application materials must be submitted by June 11, 2020. Information source: PR News Wire / Kvarøy Arctic press releasePhoto credit: USAID- Agency for International Development. Creative Commons license use. Kvarøy Arctic(pronounced "Kwa-ray") sustainably raised...
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“Inclusive aquaculture can improve the lives of poor farmers”, University of Stirling

May 11, 2020
Experts are calling for aquaculture business models to be more inclusive – and ultimately improve the lives – of poor smallholder farmers and others in the industry’s value chain. Written by: University of Stirling / news staff Research led by...
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BioMar Australia begins aqua-feed production

May 11, 2020
BioMar Australia have commenced aqua-feed production at their state-of-the-art 40 million euro facility in Tasmania, Australia, which is welcome news for the local aquaculture industry at a time when many businesses are facing COVID-19 operating restrictions. Information source: BioMar press...
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Trump addresses an “Executive Order on Promoting American Seafood Competitiveness and Economic Growth”

May 11, 2020
Recently Donald J. Trump, President of the United States of America has addressed an Executive Order on Promoting American Seafood Competitiveness and Economic Growth for the sector. Below we include the full information released by the White House on its...
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Evaluating lupin seed meal in feeds for Pacific white shrimp

May 7, 2020
Low inclusion levels produce acceptable growth, survival, possibly stimulate the immune system Written by: Monika Weiss, Anja Rebelein and Matthew J. Slater / GAA website More than half of the aquaculture species produced are fed formulated feeds, and several studies...
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