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IN BRIEF - If Mexico does not eliminate restriction on shrimp exports, Honduras will go to the WTO

Wednesday, February 14, 2024

The minister of the Secretariat of Economic Development (SDE), Fredis Cerrato, announced that if Mexico does not remove the restrictions on shrimp exports to the state of Sinaloa, Honduras would go to the World Trade Organization (WTO).
“If it is not changed to this extent, we would have to go to an international body like the WTO, we want to avoid it because it takes too long,” he declared.
Cerrato explained that they will wait for the National Association of Aquaculturists of Honduras (ANDAH) to present the document requesting the elimination of the restriction.
The border has been closed for a week and has caused great losses, because there are already farms that are not operating, especially small producers, he commented.
The official indicated that the farms do not have large capacities to export and fill containers, they only maximize employment and allow entry to a significant number of workers in the southern zone.
On Monday and Tuesday of the week that has just begun, it is expected that the document presented by the legal representative of ANDAH will be in the hands of a judge.
Eliminate the measure or continue the investigation to determine that shrimp from Ecuador is not triangulated in Honduras, nor do we put the health of c

IN BRIEF - Ministry develops area-based modeling to boost aquaculture exports

Wednesday, February 14, 2024

The Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries has developed area-based modeling for five main commodities to accelerate the development of sustainable aquaculture and boost the production of Indonesia's main export commodities.

The five main commodities are shrimp, seaweed, tilapia, crab, and lobster.

"The development prioritizes the principles of environmental sustainability as well as the absorption of local workers," said Tb Haeru Rahayu, Director General of Aquaculture, in a statement from his ministry on Tuesday.

"It is hoped that from the modeling development program and revitalization of shrimp ponds, there will be an increase in Indonesian shrimp exports to US$2.1 billion in 2024," he added.

Rahayu said that modeling for seaweed cultivation has also been developed in Wakatobi district, Southeast Sulawesi.

The ministry is currently preparing a seaweed modeling development program in Southeast Maluku district, Maluku, and Rote Ndao district, East Nusa Tenggara.

Source: Antara

IN BRIEF - First Nations group criticizes federal fisheries department

Wednesday, February 14, 2024

An Indigenous-led group is criticizing what it says is the "gross mismanagement" of aquaculture in British Columbia by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO), as it calls for a separation of its regulatory and promotional responsibilities.

The First Nations Wild Salmon Alliance says the department is mired in conflict of interest stemming from its dual role, which the group's chairman Bob Chamberlin described as like "marking your own homework."

Chamberlin says the group wants the department to stick to its primary obligation of looking after the environment and fisheries, and to implement "a truly independent" scientific body to help inform government decisions affecting marine life in B.C.

A spokesperson for the DFO said in a statement that scientific integrity guides and shapes how it generates advice to inform decision making, including through impartial peer review.

Source: CBC News

IN BRIEF - Week-long Fisheries National Summit to focus on Resource Protection

Wednesday, February 14, 2024

A nine member team led by the Director General of the Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency(FFA) -Dr. Manu Tupou-Roosen are part of a week-long National Fisheries Summit and Strategic Development Opportunity Consultation that began yesterday. 

Dr Tupou-Roosen says they are here to listen and learn and see how they can provide their respective expertise and experience of how they can contribute to achieving Niue’s Vision of protecting their resources for its people. 

“It’s a privilege to be back in beautiful Niue and to assist in any way we can with growing the benefits from our tuna resources and overall in fact our fisheries resources and addressing the challenges,” she said.

Former Director General of Natural Resources and Advisor-Dr. Josie Tamate says the summit is focused on Niue fisheries and Development on bringing together the work they are doing to address Niue’s capacity and the resources and to ensure sustainability for food security and economic development for the nation. 

Source: TV Niue

IN BRIEF - Report: West Africa Considered a Future Fisheries Conflict Hotspot

Wednesday, February 14, 2024

Eleven West African countries are designated as future fisheries conflict hot spots. These places could see clashes over marine resources in the next six years due to fish stocks depleted by illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing.

According to a World Wildlife Fund (WWF) report, Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, The Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Nigeria, the Republic of the Congo, Senegal, and São Tomé and Príncipe are highly likely to experience future conflict between foreign industrial trawlers, artisanal fishermen and local fishing communities.

Other such designated areas on the continent are Mozambique and Somalia.

China, which commands the world’s largest distant-water fishing fleet, is by far the worst IUU fishing actor in Africa and across the globe. Of the top 10 companies engaged in illegal fishing globally, eight are from China, according to the Financial Transparency Coalition (FTC).

Source: adf-magazine

Other Media | SalmonExpert: AquaSur 2024 has an outstanding official sponsor

Wednesday, February 14, 2024

On March 19, 20 and 21, the twelfth edition of AqueSur, the leading aquaculture fair in the southern hemisphere, will take place. The event will take place in its new facilities, in Terminales Marítimos de la Patagonia (TMP), a venue specially equipped to host a world-class fair, and located in Caletera Ruta 5 Sur, DM 1,030,460.00 Chinquihue Alto, Montt port.

The event will allow visitors the opportunity to explore more than 300 stands where technologies, goods, products and services will be presented, allowing the convergence of all actors linked to the aquaculture industry, such as the case of the Paper Manufacturing Company. and Cartones (CMPC), brand new sponsor of the fair and a consolidated strategic partner of the aquaculture industry.

Source: SalmonExpert | Read the full article here

Other Media | EuropaAzul: Fishing asks the EU to offer value to the sector and food sovereignty

Wednesday, February 14, 2024

The fishing and aquaculture sector, framed in the Spanish Aquaculture Business Association (APROMAR), the Spanish Fisheries Confederation (CEPESCA), the National Federation of Provincial Associations of Fish and Frozen Products Retailers (FEDEPESCA) and the National Federation of Fishermen's Guilds (FNCP). ). has prepared a series of petitions in which it asks the community executive for the value it wants to give to its primary sector and food sovereignty. . It will reinforce its requests to the Spanish Government because, as the leading fishing country in the European Union, it must assert and defend the interests of its primary sector.

Source: EuropaAzul | Read the full article here

Other Media | FishFocus: €29.7m investment in Irish fishery harbours

Wednesday, February 14, 2024

Ireland’s Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue T.D, has announced the allocation of almost €29.7m for capital projects in 2024 in Ireland’s six state-owned Fishery Harbour Centres at Killybegs, Ros an Mhíl, An Daingean, Castletownbere, Dunmore East and Howth. An element of the investment also goes to other facilities under the Department’s management.

The Minister said: “The six Fishery Harbour Centres are crucial infrastructure for our seafood industry.  Approximately 87% of all fish landings into Ireland come through these facilities making them strategic economic hubs for the Seafood industry.

Source: FishFocus | read the full article here

Other Media | FishFarmer: Gigante cuts production after fish losses

Wednesday, February 14, 2024

Norwegian land-based fish farming company Gigante Salmon has announced that it is reducing its production by around 300,000 fish — almost half of the stock released into its tanks last month.

This is the second batch for the company at its newly completed site at Rødøy in northern Norway. Gigante revealed at the end of January that it was experiencing significant mortality issues related to this release of smolt.

Author: Vince McDonagh / FishFarmer | read the full article here

Other Media | SeafoodSource: Inflation’s continued cooling in January does not translate to increase in seafood sales, volume

Wednesday, February 14, 2024

Inflation on seafood prices at U.S. retailers continued to ease to start the new year, but that did not lead to increased sales of seafood, as fresh and frozen seafood sales and volume dipped in January.

Frozen seafood prices declined 6.6 percent to USD 7.32 (EUR 6.80) per pound on average year over year, according to new Circana data analyzed by 210 Analytics. Fresh seafood prices dropped 3.6 percent year over year to an average price of USD 9.26 (EUR 8.60) per pound, while shelf-stable seafood prices fell 0.5 percent year over year.

Author: Christine Blank / SeafoodSource | read the full article here

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