Benchmark strengthens its sales team to improve customer relations
Yesterday was the first day of work for Benchmark's new sales team, composed of Lene Stokka, Catrine Smørås, and Ruben Helmersen Johansen.
BioMar and Loch Duart Salmon collaborate on “blue impact” feed
Global feed company BioMar partners with small Scottish salmon producer Loch Duart for feed based on circular and restorative marine ingredients.
Stenerud takes the lead in a new commercial role for Benchmark
Kate Stenerud is the new Commercial Director for salmon of Benchmark. The company appointed in May but now she has taken the role.
EU blue economy report marks out seaweed’s “high potential”
Sustainability is crucial to ensure the future of Europe's fishing fleet, while seaweed could be Europe's next "blue biotechnology" boom.
The kidney disease, BKD, is in four facilities in Norway
Mattilsynet, the Norwegian Food Health Authority, has reported the detection of BKD in four farms in Norway owned by Leroy, located in Hitra, Heim, Aure, and Kristiansund.
Will the wolffish be the next giant aquaculture fish?
FISK, the research station located north of Tromsø, Norway, is currently investigating the large-scale production of wolffish (Anarhichas minor).
Making offshore aquaculture a reality
WeAreAquaculture interviewed Hans V. Bjelland, Director of Norway’s EXPOSED research center, to find out more about the future of offshore.
Sea Eight breaks ground for new sole farm in Spain
Located in the port of El Musel in Gijón, Asturias, after this investment, the company's total capacity will exceed 1,500 tons per year.
Irish investment to “bring home” pelagic processing to Donegal
An €8.9 million investment will create 30 new jobs at Donegal Fish’s facility in Killybegs, Ireland, part of EU post-Brexit seafood funding.
Start-ups and investors mingle at Blue Food Innovation Summit
Sustainability, regeneration, collaboration and communication on blue food were among the topics discussed during the summit's final day.