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A new campaign in Jamaica aims to boost tilapia production and consumption

January 7, 2021
The Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries is to embark on a campaign this year aimed at increasing the production and consumption of tilapia fish as part of measures to grow the aquaculture industry in Jamaica. Written by: staff / LoopJamaica.com...
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Nutreco launches industry-first soy sourcing policy to prevent deforestation

January 7, 2021
Nutreco recently announced the launch of its milestone soy sourcing policy, aiming to simplify complex certification schemes for its procurement teams in Skretting and Trouw Nutrition, and facilitate the complete removal of deforestation from its supply chain by 2025. The...
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KROMA A/S acquires part of Dansupply Automation Ensuring Easier Access to the Salmon Market and future growth

January 7, 2021
KROMA A/S announces its partial acquisition of the Dansupply Automation Company. Kroma, the Danish manufacturer of fish-processing equipment, is acquiring the part of the company that delivers equipment to the fish and food industry. The primary objective for the investment...
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Happy Holidays!

December 22, 2020
To our entire virtual community: we wish you a season of tranquility, reflection, and rest. We know that 2020 has been a challenging year. We consider it important to take advantage of the last couple of weeks to reconnect to...
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Scottish start-up wins Silicon Valley aquaculture research contract

December 22, 2020
A Scottish salmon simulator start-up has secured its first commercial contract with California-based Calysta, supporting trials for a sustainable alternative protein source that could be rolled out across the global aquaculture industry. Written by: Peter A Walker / content editor...
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The University of Stirling leads project to support international aquaculture research

December 22, 2020
Experts from the University of Stirling will deliver a new project that will further enhance the European aquaculture sector’s access to innovative and world-class scientific research. Information source: University of Stirling / news The Stirling team, led by Dr Sonia...
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Fredrikstad Seafoods and BioMar extend their agreement

December 22, 2020
Fredrikstad Seafoods and BioMar Norway extend their long-term RAS feed agreement for three more years. Fredrikstad Seafoods and BioMar have already been collaborating closely to develop a sustainable feed recipe for their RAS facility in Fredrikstad. Information source: BioMar /...
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UMITRON launches new initiative to promote sustainable seafood consumption: ‘UMI to SACHI’

December 22, 2020
UMITRON PTE. LTD. recently launched ‘UMI to SACHI’, an initiative advocating for consumers to be more emotionally in touch with the way seafood is produced and to encourage them to be more involved in the future of our oceans. In...
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Environmentally Sustainable Practices of Irish Aquaculture Focus of new Documentary from EuroNews

December 22, 2020
The sustainable practices of the Irish aquaculture industry will form the focus of a Euronews documentary being broadcast this month. Richard Donnelly, Salmon and Shellfish Manager, BIM and John Harrington, Kush Shellfish were interviewed as part of the documentary to...
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