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    Russia’s war spreads to Alaska through MSC labels

    Commissioner Doug Vincent-Lang accused the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification body in an open letter of reducing its requirements favoring the Russian seafood industry.

    U.S. Senate to reconsider AQUAA offshore aquaculture bill

    Senators from Mississippi and Hawaii join forces in bringing the bipartisan Advancing the Quality and Understanding of American Aquaculture (AQUAA) bill before the U.S. Senate.

    Scottish Salmon Industry Is Waiting

    The deadline for the overhaul of Scotland's aquaculture regulation has...

    TalentView: Tavish Scott

    When trees are big and strong enough, they sometimes show...

    Scotland’s fish farmers deliver highest level ever recorded of salmon

    Scotland’s fish farmers have delivered a 7% increase in salmon...

    Salmon Scotland calls Tory candidates for changes to address labor shortage problems and fears of ‘trade war’ with EU

    Salmon Scotland has called on Tory candidates to introduce changes...

    Aquaculture public image (II): the possible solutions

    Does aquaculture have a public image problem? That was the...

    Aquaculture public image (I): the potential problem

    Does aquaculture have a public image problem? When you talk...

    Fish health experts from leading aquaculture companies join Salmon Scotland

    A total of nine new members Fish health experts, the world’s...

    Salmon farmers ask for £10 million fees to tackle Scotland’s rural housing crisis

    The government urges to adopt Norway-style system Salmon Scotland has launched...

    Salmon Scotland fears a ‘trade war’ with the EU

    After the attempt of amending the Northern Ireland protocol Salmon Scotland...

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    Russia’s war spreads to Alaska through MSC labels

    Commissioner Doug Vincent-Lang accused the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification body in an open letter of reducing its requirements favoring the Russian seafood industry.

    U.S. Senate to reconsider AQUAA offshore aquaculture bill

    Senators from Mississippi and Hawaii join forces in bringing the bipartisan Advancing the Quality and Understanding of American Aquaculture (AQUAA) bill before the U.S. Senate.

    Antibiotic-contaminated shrimp from Asia rejected by FDA is U.S.

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released data on seafood line-of-entry rejections in May. Among the results, three of those rejections (2.9%) were of shrimp for reasons related to banned antibiotics.

    1 million dollar agreement between Blue Star and Bloomin’ Brands for next level menus

    Blue Star Foods has signed a new USD 1 million (EUR 928,16 million) supply agreement with Bloomin' Brands. Although the new contract was announced in June, it began in April and will run through the remainder of 2023.