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At a February appearance before a legislative committee in Halifax, Nova Scotia, representatives of the seafood industry complained that the lack of shipping facilities are forcing them to drive product to airports in Boston, Montreal, and Toronto. Leo Muise, executive director of the Nova Scotia Seafood Alliance, told the ...
Technology company Seafood Analytics has launched its new Fishboard electronic fish-monitoring device, which allows for researchers, seafood farmers, processors, at-sea observers, fishermen, and other seafood industry professionals to efficiently measure and store important electronic information ...

In addition, a number of Northern Wind's leading scallop brands – Captain's Call, Mariner's Choice, and Sea Spray – as well as its tuna brands, have all undergone strategic rebranding to “to better portray Northern Wind's leadership position in the seafood industry.” “All of that investment that we made ...
The global nature of the seafood industry has resulted in transparency and traceability emerging as key supply chain issues, especially when it comes to combatting the growing threat of illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing. Without a better understanding of exactly where seafood comes from and ...
Bord Bia, Ireland's agency for promoting its food and drink industry, is using the upcoming St. Patrick's Day, a holiday celebrated internationally on March 17, as momentum to step up its seafood campaign efforts in Japan and the United States. The agency has partnered with Aeon, Asia's largest retailer, ...
Timestrip: How a Developer of Smart Indicator Technology Entered the Seafood Industry SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] by Amanda Buckle - March 14, 2018 Timestrip: How a Developer of Smart Indicator Technology Entered the Seafood Industry Timestrip founder Reuben Isbitsky was the “new ...

Seafood Expo North America / Seafood Processing North America, the largest seafood industry event of its kind on the continent, opened its doors today, Sunday, 11 March, in Boston, Massachusetts to thousands of buyers and suppliers for another recording-breaking year, the exposition's organizer ...
Guy Dean, vice president and chief sustainability officer of Albion Farms and Fisheries, has been involved in the seafood industry for almost 30 years in roles ranging from farmer, harvester, and fisher to processor and distributor. Dean represents the seafood industry on the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood ...
The comparatively low cost of imported seafood can make meeting labor costs impossible for some in the local seafood industry. “That's why there aren't very many shrimpers out there, because imported shrimp pushed them out of business,” said Toomer. “You can go to Sam's Club right now and get a ...
A survey performed by the United Nations intended to assess working conditions in the fishing and seafood industry in Thailand reveals a mix of progress and remaining challenges, according to the data provided by the workers surveyed. The research, conducted by the ILO Ship to Shore Rights Project ...
The real bitcoin revolution isn't necessarily about bitcoin itself; the underlying technology, called the blockchain, promises to remake the internet and, potentially, the seafood industry. It holds the potential to make fish catches more transparent and traceable, allowing consumers to refuse to buy illegally ...
Brazil seafood industry sees stronger lent sales. Country's burgeoning economy resulting in even stronger demand than usual for seafood this lent season. by John Evans. March 9th, 2018 07:12 GMT Updated March 9th, 2018 08:21 GMT. Seafood sales during the lent period in Brazil are expected to rise sharply against ...
Thailand's fishing and seafood industry has made some progress in regard to labour conditions, according to a report funded by the European Union (EU). Released yesterday, the report revealed that there had been fewer instances of physical violence and a higher percentage of workers with written ...
Thailand's fishing and seafood industry has made some progress in regard to labour conditions, according to a report funded by the European Union (EU). Released yesterday, the report revealed that there had been fewer instances of physical violence and a higher percentage of workers with written ...
FIEL - In this June 20, 2014, file photo, migrant workers unload frozen fish from a boat at a fish market in Samut Sakhon Province, west of Bangkok. Thailand's fishing and seafood industry has made some improvement in working conditions, including less physical violence, but problems such as unfair pay ...
In the product realm, the company also redesigned its Captain's Call, Mariner's Choice and Sea Spray scallop product lines “to better portray Northern Wind's leadership position in the seafood industry,” it said. “The first 30 years have been an incredible ride. We've been blessed to have employees who are ...
Micro, small and medium enterprise minister Prafulla Samal and (right) agriculture minister Pradeep Maharathy at the state investor summit in Bhubaneswar. Picture by Ashwinee Pati. Bhubaneswar: The state government has decided to improve agricultural productivity with sustainable agricultural practices ...

Shetland's seafood industry is calling on the Scottish government for the Northern Isles ferry contract to go out to tender rather than taken in-house. Photo: Shetland News INDUSTRY organisation Seafood Shetland has added its weight to calls for the Northern Isles ferry service contract to go out to tender ...
Fraud runs rampant in the seafood industry, but blockchain (the technology supporting the growing cryptocurrency market) could help ensure the fish you order in a restaurant is the fish that finds its way onto your plate. In 2016, Oceana, an ocean conservation advocacy group, compiled a report drawing ...
Carbon emissions from factories, power plants, cattle farms and other sources are giving the oceans a serious case of acid indigestion, and it's not curable by desperately throwing TUMS into the waves. University of Washington oceanographer Jan Newton came to Longview Tuesday to discuss how carbon ...
The company's new initiative is one of a growing number of efforts by major retailers to ensure that the seafood they sell is not connected to forced labor, illegal fishing or seafood fraud – a response to investigative reports that have revealed a global pattern of wrongdoing in the $151 billion seafood industry ...
Oregon's seafood industry has concerns about the new version of a permit to regulate wastewater discharges from seafood processing facilities. The draft 900-J National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System general permit will replace a previous version that expired in 2011, but the new version includes ...
Governments and the seafood industry would dramatically improve their ability to identify and suppress human trafficking if they focused on the subtler "invisible" abuses of power. The operators of complex supply chains should seek feedback from workers rather than relying on traditional audits and ...
North Atlantic Seafood Forum blog: Sunny Bergen welcomes world seafood industry. The 13th edition of the world's largest seafood business forum is taking place in Bergen, Norway, this week. IntraFish is on the ground to get you all the news from the event. by Rachel Mutter , Elisabeth Fischer and Drew ...
Carbon emissions from factories, power plants, cattle farms and other sources are giving the oceans a serious case of acid indigestion, and it's not curable by desperately throwing TUMS into the waves. University of Washington oceanographer Jan Newton came to Longview Tuesday to discuss how carbon ...


 

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