One more Christmas, Grupo Nueva Pescanova surprises with its Christmas campaign, this year more innovative than ever by betting on animation to "attract the attention of the whole family and provide a touch of humour". Thus, the company has launched an animated spot that revolves around an epic battle between the most representative Christmas characters.
Under the title of “The Christmas World Cup”, Pescanova proclaims Rodolfo as “the only and indisputable icon of these dates for consumers, thus settling any debate regarding who is the true protagonist at this time of year.
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The Conference Program for Seagriculture Asia-Pacific is ready!
Seagriculture Asia-Pacific 2023 will take place online on 8 and 9 February 2023. The conference will feature more than 20 speakers in six sessions, including a panel discussion about the seaweed state of play in Asia-Pacific and a virtual seaweed tour around the world.
The Seagriculture conference has been organized since 2012 in Europe. The conference has built up a solid reputation as the leading conference for the seaweed industry.
Oceana and the global mobile satellite communications are working together to tighten the net on illegal fishing.
Together the two partners have flagged 13 vessels that were identified by multiple Regional Fisheries Management Organisations as having engaged in illegal fishing. Inmarsat has barred the vessels from its commercial services to ensure that such operators do not access its services.
More than 465 thousand tons of pollock have been caught by the enterprises of Primorsky Province since the beginning of the year. In this way, fishermen make a significant contribution to the food security of the region.
According to the regional fishing agency, five vessels of Primorsky fishing companies are currently operating in the pollock fishery in the West Bering Sea zone and the Kamchatka-Kuril subzone, four of which are large-tonnage.
“In total, 465.2 thousand tons of pollock have been caught since the beginning of the year, which is 14.5 thousand tons more than last year. The seaside fishermen have utilized 90% of their quotas,” the ministry said.
The comprehensive maritime engineering solutions firm recently renewed its contract with Cermaq Chile to - for the second consecutive year - continue carrying out inspections of its farming centers and thus comply with the regulations required by Sernapesca.
After a year of working together, the supplier company ALSUR Ingeniería will continue working during 2023 with the salmon farmer Cermaq Chile, in the area of certification of aquaculture structures and anchoring.
The Spanish tuna fleet grouped in OPAGAC circumscribes the survival of the fleets responsible for tropical tuna to a position and definitive actions by Europe in the face of the illegal practices of other fleets that fish in the same fishing grounds.
"Neither do they make any effort to ensure environmental sustainability, nor do they hesitate to disregard the minimum decent working conditions of their crews and converting this cost saving into a factor of competitiveness is unacceptable in the European market"
Konscious Foods, Merit Functional Foods and Canadian Pacifico Seaweeds have announced a new partnership that will work towards developing an extensive line of plant-based seafoods for North American grocery stores.
The $15.3 million partnership, created with a $5.5 million co-investment from Protein Industries Canada (PIC), hopes to bring more than 20 alt-seafood products to North American consumers. The investment is acting as a catalyst for the initiative, allowing Konscious Foods, Canadian Pacifico Seaweeds and Merit Functional Foods pick up the pace and become more efficient.
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Norwegian boats targeting king crab have received the increase in catch limits for 2023 as recommended by the Marine Institute.
The total quota for male crabs is set at 2,375 tonnes in 2023, in line with the recommendation from the Institute of Marine Research. This is an increase of 530 tonnes from 2022.
Fisheries and Oceans Minister Bjørnar Skjæran welcomed the increase in catch limits as the stock is highly valuable to the seafood industry in Norway Source: The Fishing Daily l Read the full articlehere
Scotland’s Rural Affairs Secretary Mairi Gougeon has accused the UK government of causing “unnecessary confusion and duplication” by giving grants to Scottish seafood companies.
The criticism by Gougeon, whose ministerial portfolio includes aquaculture, follows last week’s announcement that Aquascot’s salmon processing plant at Alness in Ross-shire and Mowi Scotland’s Blar Mhor primary processing plant
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