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Other Media | Industrias Pesqueras: Seafood Expo closes with record visitors and announces that its 2025 edition will be held in May

SPAIN
Monday, April 29, 2024

The forecasts have been fulfilled. The 30th edition of the Seafood Expo Global, which closed its door in Barcelona after three intense days of activity, has been the largest in the history of the event. The event has managed to exceed 35,000 professional visitors, the record reached in 2023 when there were more than 34,000 attendees, according to the organization.

With 51,248 net square meters of exhibition space, the event has hosted a record number of 2,244 companies exhibiting seafood products and processing equipment, from 87 different countries and 67 national and regional pavilions.

Source: Industrias Pesqueras l Read the full article here


Other Media | iPac.aquacultura: Mussel and seaweed farms offer potential benefits for fishing

UNITED KINGDOM
Monday, April 29, 2024

Today, much is known about the benefits that, from an environmental point of view, the cultivation of bivalve mollusks and seaweed offers, which are potentially sustainable food sources. However, very little is known about the effects of these crops on fish populations. Starting from this conception, researchers from the Marine Biological Association (MBA) and the University of Exeter have teamed up to determine whether these aquaculture sites help or can hinder the abundance and diversity of fish.

To do this, the researchers carried out a study on two integrated mussel and seaweed farms in Cornwall.

Source: iPac.acucultura l Read the full article here


Other Media | Fish Focus: Russian fish catch continues to increase

RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Monday, April 29, 2024

Russian fishermen continue to increase their total catch of fish and seafood. According to the industry monitoring system of Rosrybolovstvo (Federal Agency for Fishery), by April 16 this year, production volume amounted to 1.7 million tons, which is 2.6% more than last year.

The growth of the all-Russian catch is provided mainly by fishermen of the Far East: the figure amounted to almost 1.4 million tons (+7.5% compared to the 2023 level). Good performance in the fishery for pollock (+8%), flounder (+5%), and herring (+13.5%).

Source: Fish Focus l Read the full article here


IN BRIEF - India opens market for farmed and captured fish from Brazil

BRAZIL
Sunday, April 28, 2024

India was the 12th main destination for Brazilian agricultural exports last year, with shipments of US$2.9 billion

Brazil will be able to export farmed fish (aquaculture) and captured fish (extractive fishing) to India, the Ministry of Agriculture said in a statement. The opening of the market was confirmed by Indian authorities to the Brazilian government this Friday.

In the note, the ministry recalled that the Minister of Agriculture and Livestock, Carlos Fávaro (in the photo), met with the Minister of Fisheries, Livestock and Dairy of India, Kamala V Rao, in November last year. Last year, India also authorized the import of Brazilian açaí powder and açaí juice.

In the first quarter of this year, Brazil exported more than 12 thousand tons of fish to around 90 countries, with revenue of US$ 193 million, 160% more in the annual comparison. “We remain committed to expanding the presence of Brazilian agricultural products on shelves around the world. This strategy not only opens up more international opportunities for our products and demonstrates confidence in our health control system, but also strengthens the domestic economy”, said Mapa's Secretary of Commerce and International Relations, Roberto Perosa, in the note.

During the year, Brazil accumulates 30 market openings for agricultural products.


IN BRIEF - VASEP Infographic: Vietnam's seafood exports in the first 3 months of 2024

VIET NAM
Thursday, April 25, 2024

Vietnam's seafood exports in the first 3 months of 2024 reached 837 million USD, up 5% over the same period in 2022. Japan, America, Korea, China & HK, Thailand, and Russia are the 6 largest import markets for Vietnamese seafood during this period.

Author/Source: Nguyen Ha / VASEP (translated from original in Vietnamese)


IN BRIEF - Frozen boiled whelk meat imported 12% down

SOUTH KOREA
Thursday, April 25, 2024

By March 2024, imports of frozen boiled whelk meat were 354 tons, down 12% from 403 tons in the same period last year, and the average import unit price was at USD 11.36/kg, up 8.5% from USD 10.47/kg in 2023. 

The main exporters of its are the UK and Ireland, with 245 tons or 69.2% of the total coming from the UK and 109 tons imported from Ireland.

The total import value was USD 40.21 million, down from USD 42.2 million in 2023, and the average import unit price was formed at USD 11.36/kg, up 8.5% from USD 10.47/kg in the same period last year.

The average import unit price in the UK is USD 1.15/kg, and Irish is formed at USD 11.83/kg, and the use of frozen boiled whelk meat is divided into sales, manufacturing its own products, and re-export, but many of them are used to manufacture its own products.


Source: Union Forsea Corp.


IN BRIEF - Milko Schvartzman on '... a Southwest Atlantic fisheries management pact'

ARGENTINA
Thursday, April 25, 2024

“Everything that is preyed on at mile 201, from a biological point of view, is as if it were preyed on at mile 199, within the EEZ of Argentina”

“Argentina must work on the creation of a South Atlantic Conservation Commission. If progress is not made in regulating what is currently an environmental and human rights crime, soon we will not have species to protect because the fishing ground will have collapsed, something that has not yet happened by miracle." "Argentina is already a member of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR/CCAMLR), where it votes and approves the allocation of capture quotas within the Georgias and Sandwich Islands, which are Argentine EEZ according to the National Constitution, therefore there is no aspect "that affects the claim of sovereignty over the Malvinas that prevents the creation of a fishing conservation and regulation area in international waters, where there is no sovereignty dispute, but there is an environmental tragedy."

Mentioned Milko Schvartzman, expert in marine conservation and illegal fishing.
 
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Other Media | Fish Focus: Innovasea expands into Chile

CHILE
Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Innovasea, a global leader in technologically advanced aquatic solutions for aquaculture and fish tracking, is now offering land-based aquaculture solutions to the Chilean aquaculture industry. For more than 30 years, Innovasea has been providing precision aquaculture tools and professional services around the world to support ocean and land-based aquaculture, including recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS). 

Source: Fish Focus l Read the full article here


Other Media | EuropaAzul: Unloadings in fishing ports drop 15.8% in the first quarter

SPAIN
Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Unloadings of fresh fishing in Spanish ports have stood at 26,071 tons in the first three months of the year, 15.8% less than in the same period of 2023, according to provisional data released this Tuesday by State Ports. Of the fishing ports, eleven recorded increases in landings in the first quarter and eleven decreases in catches.

In volume, the port of Vigo continues to be the first in downloads, with 6,631 tons and a decline of 7.6%; followed by Pasaia (Guipúzcoa), with 4,288 tons and a drop of 36.8%. For its part, A Coruña has dropped from 5,031 tons to 3,597.

The largest percentage increase in downloads has corresponded to the port of Malaga, with 136.9% compared to the first quarter of 2023, while the greatest decline has occurred in Ceuta, with 100% less (0 tons).

Source: EuropaAzul l Read the full article here


Other Media | Industriss Pesqueras: Opagac urges the European Union in relation to the Chinese fleet: 'The time has come to act forcefully'

EUROPEAN UNION
Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Following the publication of the report by the Environmental Justice Foundation, EJF, on the systematic abuses committed on board the Asian country's fleet in the southwestern Indian Ocean between 2017 and 2023, the Spanish tuna fleet grouped in Opagac has asked the European Union to take action. “If the EU allows imports of fish caught by this fleet for the consumption of European citizens, it is becoming an accomplice in this type of crime,” denounces Julio Morón, managing director of Opagac. "The time has come to act decisively against a fleet supported mainly by government subsidies, whose growth and practices are uncontrolled, as the EJF report corroborates, and which, furthermore, represents a serious threat to fish stocks and coastal communities in the areas in which it operates, generally economically vulnerable and highly dependent on its fishing resources.”

Source: Industrias Pesqueras l Read the full article here


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