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IN BRIEF - Frosta Introduces Vegan Fish Fingers Following Success of Plant-Based Frozen Foods

GERMANY
Wednesday, June 07, 2023

Earlier this year, Frosta, a leading German manufacturer of frozen products, launched NPD vegan fish fingers across major German retailers, after three years of development.

Frosta, which reported increased sales of its brand of frozen foods in 2022, said that part of the success came from its plant-based innovations, such as vegan Asian street food dishes.

Additionally, despite the overall frozen fish market sharply declining sales, Frosta’s fish sticks were “the darlings of the public,” becoming an increasingly popular choice among consumers, reported the company.

Described as “indistinguishable” from the classics, the vegan product targets the growing flexitarian consumer in Germany. It is manufactured at an exclusive production line at Frosta’s facility in the seaside town of Bremerhaven.[continues...]

Source: vegconomist.com


Other Media | aqua.cl: Peru: Industrial fishermen ask to take care of the anchovy resource

PERU
Tuesday, June 25, 2024

After a good first anchovy fishing season in the north-central area of ??the country, which allowed thousands of workers to regain employment, the recovery process of the sector began, which was hit hard in 2023. In this context, industrial fishermen ask take care of the anchovy resource within 5 miles – which is the space where its reproductive cycle develops most frequently – in order to make up for late economic commitments and have a good second season.

On the other hand, for the Single Union of Fishermen of New Fishing Vessels (Supnep), allowing the smaller-scale fleet to extract the anchovy resource throughout the year

Source: aqua.cl l Read the full article here


Other Media | Faro de Vigo: Foreigners already occupy one in every 10 sea jobs that Galicia generates

SPAIN
Tuesday, June 25, 2024

The percentage of international affiliates has increased from 5.9% to 9.4% in just a decade

The Senegalese, in the lead

The lack of labor is an entrenched problem in many traditional sectors, and among them the sea sector. Taking a look at the history of affiliations serves to verify how deep it is and what its impact has been on the activity, which has been reduced in line with the loss of employment.

Source: Faro de Vigo l Read the full article here


Other Media | WorldFishing: Whitefish, shrimp and crab options for new Polarbris

NORWAY
Tuesday, June 25, 2024

There had been delays to the newbuild’s delivery, due to the ongoing hostilities in Ukraine and delayed deliveries of equipment, but Kjell-Gunnar Hoddevik and business partners Johnny Årvik and Jan-Ove Langeland have now received the seine netter from Karstensens Skibsværft

These are enterprising fishermen, who established Atlantic Seafish AS with older vessels, before investing a few years ago in the first new vessel in the Norwegian fleet to take advantage of changes in regulations allowing new gear combinations. 

Source: Worldfishing l Read the full article here

 


Other Media | Fish Focus: Major Japanese food processing firm launches plant-based ‘tuna sashimi’ for restaurants

JAPAN
Tuesday, June 25, 2024

A major Japanese food processing company has begun selling ‘tuna sashimi’ made from plant-based ingredients to domestic restaurants. The aroma and texture of the red meat of tuna are reproduced, and it can be eaten as sashimi.

As the decline of marine resources becomes a global problem, the development of “alternative seafood” using soybeans and other ingredients is growing.

Osaka-based NH Foods Ltd. has focused on tuna, which is one of the top domestic purchases among seafood products.

Source: Fish Focus l Read the full article here

 


Other Media | The Fish Site: Japanese seafood company expands European presence

JAPAN
Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Japanese seafood company Kyokuyo has acquired a majority stake in the Dutch seafood processing company Northseafood Holland as part of a strategic move to establish a presence in Europe

Kyokuyo has taken a majority stake in Northseafood Holland – a Dutch seafood processing company. The strategic move from the Tokyo-listed seafood company seems to be part of a wider strategy to establish an overseas processing presence. Founded in 1937, and posessing a strong Japanese affiliate base which includes several seafood processing companies, Kyokuyo now sets sights on the international market.

Source: The Fish Site l Read the full article here

 


IN BRIEF - Mr. Mitani becomes president of Toyo Reizo

JAPAN
Monday, June 24, 2024

Former President of Sanyo Foods

On the 21st, Toyo Reizo (Koto-ku, Tokyo) announced that Executive Officer Yasuo Mitani (former president of Sanyo Foods) was appointed as President and Representative Director in charge of internal control and audits on the 20th. He was appointed at the general shareholders' meeting and board of directors meeting held on the same day.

Yasuo Mitani (Mitani Yasuo) was appointed as the salmon and trout team leader of the Mitsubishi Corporation Fisheries Department in March 2015. In April 2016, when the salmon and trout division was established, he became the processing and sales team leader of the same department. He has been the president and representative director of Sanyo Foods since June 2017. [...]

Source: Minato-Yamaguchi (translated from original in Japanese)


IN BRIEF - Trade balance in fishery products in surplus at TND 156.2 end of April 2024

TUNISIA
Monday, June 24, 2024

The trade balance in fishery products showed a surplus of TND 156.2 at the end of April 2024.

This surplus is up 87.7% compared with that at the end of April 2023 (TND 388), according to the monthly newsletter of the National Observatory of Agriculture (ONAGRI), published on Saturday.

Exports of fishery products totalled 11 thousand tonnes worth TND 266.5 at the end of April 2024, up 32.9% in value and 6.8% in quantity compared with the same month in 2023.

ONAGRI also reported a 24.5% rise in export prices compared with April 2023 (24.2 D/KG). The most exported species are fish (6 thousand tonnes), canned and semi-canned goods (2.2 thousand tonnes) and shellfish (1.8 thousand tonnes).

Tunisian exports of fish products go to 42 destinations. Italy is the leading importer (29%), followed by Spain (23%), Libya, the United Arab Emirates and Japan (7%).

Source: AfricanManager

 


Other media | MundoAcuicola: Government announcement to combat illegal fishing by foreign vessels stands out

PERU
Monday, June 24, 2024

On May 19, news shocked the Peruvian fishing sector, revealing the excessive permissiveness with which PRODUCE sanctioned the Chinese vessel, the Tian Xiang, with the ridiculous sum of 250 soles for apparently having fished illegally in the Peruvian sea.

This case, along with other complaints spread by artisanal fishermen on social platforms such as Facebook and Tik Tok, as well as by organizations such as the National Society of Industries and the National Society of Artisanal Fishing of Peru (SONAPESCAL), appear to be the result of possible negligence by the previous efforts of the Ministry of Production.

Source: MundoAcuicola l Read the full article here


Other Media | EuropaAzul: The Conference on Illegal Fishing highlights good practices in the fishing sector)

SPAIN
Monday, June 24, 2024

The II Conference against Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing in A Coruña ???? 'Committed to our sea: Illegal fishing is not a joke' have served to highlight the good practices of the Spanish fishing sector in its fight against illegal fishing and its commitment to continue carrying out that work responsibly.

Organized by Pesca España, an association created by several fishing producer organizations to defend the sector and promote fish consumption, the aim was to raise awareness about the problem of the entry of illicitly extracted products into the community market.

The IUU, acronym in English for illegal, unregulated and unregulated fishing, carried out without a license, is considered to be that which "does not observe national or international standards, which is not registered or subject to controls and which continues to enter the market of the EU

Source: EuropaAzul l Read the full article here


Other Media | The Fishing Daily: Dramatic 31% Cut in North East Arctic Cod Catch Recommended

NORWAY
Monday, June 24, 2024

On Friday, 21 June, the quota advice for 2025 for North-East Arctic cod (skrei), haddock, Greenland halibut, and Atlantic/beaked redfish was presented, delivering a cold shock to the system of Norwegian fishing.

The recommendations have been met with significant concern from the fishing industry, as they propose substantial reductions in quotas, particularly for cod and haddock.

Lowest Skrei Quota in Over 20 Years Announced by Norwegian-Russian Research Group

Author:  Oliver McBride / The Fishing Daily l Read thefull article here

 


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