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    MarinTrust’s new Annual Report shows global reach and Version 3.0 updates

    MarinTrust, the leading business-to-business certification program for marine ingredients, has just released its 2021-2022 new interactive report, summarising the key areas of growth and...

    Nigeria joins the international declaration against organized fisheries crime

    Nigeria has joined the international declaration against organized crime in the global fisheries industry. In other words, the Copenhagen declaration. The encounter took place...

    Fish welfare and nutrition researchers receive Kvarøy Arctic 2022 Women in Aquaculture Scholarships

    Abigail Ebachi Tarchie from Ghana and Eliza Syropoulou from Greece are the new winners of the Kvarøy Arctic 2022 Women in Aquaculture Scholarship. For the third year in a row, the salmon brand awards two $10,000 scholarships to recipients who are passionate about the future of food and stewardship in sustainable aquaculture. Firstly, Kvarøy Arctic developed the first-of-its-kind, international scholarship in 2020 one is dedicated to applicants from all around the world and the other is designated for applicants from countries in Africa only. Through this initiative, they seek to eliminate boundaries and help women build their careers in aquaculture⁠. In more detail, Jennifer Bushman, Chief Marketing Officer, said: "We’re beyond thrilled by the recognition our scholarship is receiving as achieving gender equality and empowerment for women in aquaculture is something we at Kvarøy Arctic are...

    Princes UK to establish 100% MSC-certified sustainable tuna by 2025

    Princes Group has developed a plan to source and sell 100% of its tuna products from Marine Stewardship Council...

    Countries launch ‘The High Ambition Coalition to End Plastic Pollution’

    The Governments of Rwanda and Norway have launched today The High Ambition Coalition to End Plastic Pollution. Canada, Peru,...

    The seawater temperature impact: One of the biggest aquaculture challenges

    Farmed salmon is mainly produced in Norway, Chile, Scotland, the Faroe Islands, Ireland, Iceland, Canada, the USA, Tasmania, and...
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    Basque tuna fleet, first in the world to be certified for its global sustainability

    The Basque tuna fleet of Bermeo becomes the first in the world to be certified for its global sustainability....

    Nueva Pescanova Namibian fishing fleet, first to obtain labor compliance certification

    The FISH Standard for Crew certification NovaNam, a subsidiary of the Nueva Pescanova Group in Namibia, has become one of...

    Cornelis Vrolijk joins Krijn Verwijs seafood activities

    It is a 50-50 joint venture Cornelis Vrolijk and Krijn Verwijs have joined forces to supply healthy, reliable, and...

    MarinTrust welcomes first Mauritanian accepted production site

    MarinTrust has announced that the first production site from the Mauritanian small pelagic fishery has been accepted onto its Improver Programme: Atyfen SARL....
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