Category Archives: Herring

IFFO’s Annual Conference features high level panel and the EU commission

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TRANSPARENCY & traceability: M&S launches interactive map showing where fish or seafood is either caught or farmed: 47 species & 71 fisheries plotted

Continue reading TRANSPARENCY & traceability: M&S launches interactive map showing where fish or seafood is either caught or farmed: 47 species & 71 fisheries plotted

IFFO-hosted side event at COFI 33: “Aquaculture industry stakeholders communicate vital role in global food security at FAO event”

Continue reading IFFO-hosted side event at COFI 33: “Aquaculture industry stakeholders communicate vital role in global food security at FAO event”

IRELAND: “….we would like more people to be aware of what happens in our waters and of how Irish seafood is sustainably produced” – BIM CEO

Continue reading IRELAND: “….we would like more people to be aware of what happens in our waters and of how Irish seafood is sustainably produced” – BIM CEO

ALTERNATIVE feed sources… “Making sensible changes in aquaculture and agriculture production” would avoid depletion of forage fish populations – Study

Continue reading ALTERNATIVE feed sources… “Making sensible changes in aquaculture and agriculture production” would avoid depletion of forage fish populations – Study

Of LCA – “Choice matters: The environmental costs of producing meat, seafood”… “Many seafood choices have low impact on the environment”

Continue reading Of LCA – “Choice matters: The environmental costs of producing meat, seafood”… “Many seafood choices have low impact on the environment”

NEGATIVE press coverage has impact on German consumers’ farmed salmon health & sustainability perceptions

Continue reading NEGATIVE press coverage has impact on German consumers’ farmed salmon health & sustainability perceptions

IFFO responds to National Geographic: “Reality is that there is an opportunity for alternative ingredients like insect meal without needing to displace fishmeal”

Continue reading IFFO responds to National Geographic: “Reality is that there is an opportunity for alternative ingredients like insect meal without needing to displace fishmeal”

BUMPER start for 2018 Norwegian seafood exports; Market has recovered 2017 salmon price rise shock, with France “showing a positive trend”

Continue reading BUMPER start for 2018 Norwegian seafood exports; Market has recovered 2017 salmon price rise shock, with France “showing a positive trend”

NORWEGIAN Seafood exports worth record-high NOK 94.5 billion in 2017; 68.4% of which was thanks to farmed salmon… More growth anticipated

Continue reading NORWEGIAN Seafood exports worth record-high NOK 94.5 billion in 2017; 68.4% of which was thanks to farmed salmon… More growth anticipated

COMPETITION: Seals, birds & humans compete for fish in the Baltic Sea; Reducing ‘drastically’ cormorants or seal populations would be acceptable…- Professor

Continue reading COMPETITION: Seals, birds & humans compete for fish in the Baltic Sea; Reducing ‘drastically’ cormorants or seal populations would be acceptable…- Professor

EU coastal states representatives emphasise importance of fisheries in Brexit negotiations: “Futures of British and EU fishermen are inextricably linked”

Continue reading EU coastal states representatives emphasise importance of fisheries in Brexit negotiations: “Futures of British and EU fishermen are inextricably linked”

SUSTAINABLE Fisheries Partnership publishes annual sustainability overview of reduction fisheries; “The situation is still far from satisfactory in Asia”

Continue reading SUSTAINABLE Fisheries Partnership publishes annual sustainability overview of reduction fisheries; “The situation is still far from satisfactory in Asia”

BALTIC Sea: “Fishing companies have to survive another critical year” – EuroPêche; Activists complain Vs. “lack of transparency in decision-making process”

Continue reading BALTIC Sea: “Fishing companies have to survive another critical year” – EuroPêche; Activists complain Vs. “lack of transparency in decision-making process”

IFFO responds to F3 Challenge: “credibility… damaged by organisers’ use of negative messaging exaggeration and misinformation” re. marine ingredients’ sustainability

Continue reading IFFO responds to F3 Challenge: “credibility… damaged by organisers’ use of negative messaging exaggeration and misinformation” re. marine ingredients’ sustainability