Salmones Camanchaca closed the first quarter of 2023 with solid profits, driven by increased sales volumes at higher prices.
The vertically integrated salmon-farming firm, based in Santiago, Chile, enjoyed a lack of extraordinary mortalities, due in large part to benign oceanographic conditions. The company also benefitted from a risk-diversification strategy enacted after algae blooms dealt a big blow the company in 2021.
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Over the next few months, the long-awaited talks announced by the Government are expected to begin, in order to develop a new Aquaculture Law, separating it from the Fisheries area.
The current Chilean legislation does not consider a specific regulation for the operation of aquaculture on the high seas, therefore, in practice salmon farming centers operate on the AAA (areas suitable for aquaculture) that already exist and it is necessary that the concession of aquaculture has been previously granted, since today access to new concessions is closed, in the regions of Los Lagos and Aysén since 2020 and in Magallanes since 2016.
The boom in presentations such as poké, sushi and sashimi has boosted salmon sales to the point that last year "it surpassed for the first time in history in Mercamadrid the sales of now number one: the almighty hake", he explains. the Norwegian Seafood Council, which echoes the results of the survey carried out by IPSOS.
“78% of the consumers surveyed have consumed salmon during the last six months, a percentage that rises to 83% among Spaniards between the ages of 35 and 65.
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Kyokuyo (President: Makoto Inoue) has completed the procedures for establishing a subsidiary and paid in the capital of its wholly-owned subsidiary, Kyokuyo America (KAMEC), for the purpose of manufacturing crab-flavored kamaboko for the U.S. market. announced.
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The company name is "Ocean's Kitchen" and it is located in Kent, Washington. Like KAMEC, Mr. Minoru Kato, who is from Kyokuyo, will serve as the representative. Business activities include the manufacture and sale of crab sticks for the U.S. market, and the assets of a refrigerated warehouse business company.
The decision to build a new manufacturing base was made on the grounds that health consciousness is rising in the United States and that "further expansion of consumption is expected.
Innovative new partnership expands leading restaurant group’s purpose-driven practices with Loliware seaweed products at restaurants across North America
SAN FRANCISCO, CA, EINPresswire.com / -- Loliware, the world’s first seaweed-resin company, announced today the launch of an important new partnership with José Andrés Group (JAG), whose restaurants across the globe span cuisines and cultures, price points, and service styles. Loliware straws will make their Chicago debut this week at Bar Mar, Bazaar Meat by José Andrés and Jaleo, before expanding to properties in DC and later at José Andrés Group restaurants across the country.
“The food system is not just about what is on the plate but the plate itself, the fork in your hand, and the straw in your drink,” said Sam Bakhshandehpour, President of José Andrés Group. “We’re excited to partner with Loliware to bring an innovative product to our restaurants as well as continue to create and push the boundaries of service ware.”
Hermosillo, Sonora.- With just over 44 percent of the national fish production, as well as a third of the shrimp, oyster, tilapia, bass, catfish and other species, Sonoro is the leader in aquaculture activity in Mexico reported by Fátima Rodríguez Mendoza .
The owner of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Hydraulic Resources, Fisheries and Aquaculture (sagarpa) specified that this natural wealth drives the regional economy, thanks to the 1,209 kilometers of coastline that the entity has.
He added that Sonora ranks first in production volume at the national level, contributing 44.56 percent of the country's fish production.
In 2022, Sonoran aquaculture generated more than nine billion pesos, seven thousand 255 million pesos more than what was produced in 2021, the agency detailed.
The entity, he said, is a power in the generation of different marine products, such as sardines, anchovy, shrimp, crab, octopus and grouper.
"Sonora occupies the first national place in aquaculture and fishing production, since more than 859 thousand tons of food are produced, equivalent to 44.56 percent of the total volume of the country,"he asserted.
New Zealand fishing companies Moana New Zealand and Sanford have announced that they have entered into a long term arrangement involving Sanford’s North Island inshore fishery. Subject to various conditions being met, including approval from the New …
New Zealand fishing companies Moana New Zealand and Sanford have announced that they have entered into a long term arrangement involving Sanford’s North Island inshore fishery.
Subject to various conditions being met, including approval from the New Zealand Commerce Commission, Moana will acquire Sanford’s Annual Catch Entitlement (ACE) for much of its quota of North Island inshore species. Moana will also take over the catching, processing and selling of fish utilising this ACE. Inshore fisheries are those out to 12 nautical miles from the New Zealand coast.
Settlement is expected to occur later in 2023, after the conditions are met.
Moana is well placed to take on the additional catch and processing volumes with a proven track record of success in inshore operations, perishable goods supply chain management, and upgraded facilities built with growth in mind.
Forecast for season A 120 yen lower than previous season B, but still high
The price of this year's A season (first half) of frozen Alaska pollock surimi from the United States, which is the main ingredient of fish paste products, is expected to gradually decrease for each grade after this spring.
Price negotiations between local producers and importers are likely to be 100 to 120 yen lower per kilogram than in the second half of the 2022 B season.
Due to the expansion of international demand for surimi and the depreciation of the yen, the surimi produced in the same country rose to a record high in the fall and winter of 2022.
The Pesca 1 helicopter, from the Consellería do Mar, rescued a man this Sunday night who had climbed into a raft when the boat he was in drifted in Bueu, in the Pontevedra estuary. As reported by the 112 Galicia emergency service, the incident took place at half past nine at night when it was learned that a boat had been left without command in the Pontevedra estuary and its two crew members were asking for help to go ashore. .
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