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    The Norwegian Food Safety Authority has sounded the alarm over a possible outbreak of pancreatic disease (PD) in Ystøya in the municipality of Alstahaug in Nordland county.

    Australia to accept Icelandic farmed salmon imports

    Permit "a long time in the making" says Icelandic food agency, but Iceland's farmed salmon now meets Australia's strict biosecurity rules.

    Sealord to become New Zealand’s biggest seafood business

    It will become a reality when Sealord completes the purchase of the privately held Independent Fisheries. After reaching an agreement, they just wait to get all the necessary approvals.

    The vessel project of Austral Odyssey starts at full speed

    Austral Fisheries will launch a state-of-the-art offshore longline vessel called Austral Odyssey by the end of 2025.

    New Zealand commits to sustainability and innovation in fisheries

    Protecting the oceans and supporting innovation in the seafood sector, key priorities for the Fisheries Industry Transformation Plan presented by the New Zealand Government.

    Yumbah Aquaculture expands its seafood portfolio through merger with Eyre Peninsula Seafoods

    Yumbah Aquaculture has announced the acquisition of Eyre Peninsula Seafoods, Australia's largest farming and processing mussels company.

    Offshore salmon farm bid declined in New Zealand despite its “enormous benefit”

    An independent panel found that due to its location, the cultural, economic, and social benefits of the Ngāi Tahu Seafood offshore salmon farm do not sufficiently outweigh the environmental costs.

    Peter Reidie resigns as CEO of Sanford

    Today, Peter Reidie, the CEO of Sanford, has officially resigned. Sanford's chairman, Sir Rob McLeod, made the announcement and emphasized that the resignation is effective immediately.

    Tassal dives into new waters with the acquisition of a barramundi farm in Cone Bay

    Tassal has closed the acquisition of MPA which operate Australia's only ocean barramundi farm in Cone Bay, Western Australia.

    Global calls to revoke sustainability certification in Tasmania’s Macquarie Harbor

    Organizations called for the revocation of sustainability certifications in Tasmania for endangering the Maugean skate.

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