- RUSSIANS FEEL FISH BAN PAIN
- SCAMPI JOY
- FAROE PREMIER URGES EU BRIDGE BUILDING
- FISH SWALLOW PRANK MAN ESCAPES JAIL
THE environmentally friendly credentials of Scottish rope grown mussels were highlighted in a BBC Horizon programme screened last night.
MARINE Harvest has decided from next September to cease its fish farming operations on Lake Llanquihue, in Chile.
A CONTRACT worth in excess of £3.3 million WITH Scottish Sea Farms has been secured by Macduff Shipyards Ltd in Aberdeenshire.
TRIBUTES have been paid to Archie McFarlane, secretary of the Clyde Fishermen’s Association (CFA), who has died following a tragic motorcycle accident.
NORWAY Royal Salmon (NRS) has announced a decrease in year on year operating revenues of 12 per cent in the second quarter of this year.
WITH 65 countries now enjoying Scottish salmon, exports of the quality fish have increased by £60 million in the first six months of the year, proving that overseas demand remains high.
FOR the first time this year, Seafood Expo Asia will deliver a dedicated programme for chefs.
A NORTH Sea herring fishery operated by the Danish Pelagic Producers Organisation (DPPO) has now entered the reassessment process for the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Sustainable Fishing Standard, following its initial certification in 2009.
WORK is on-going across Scotland’s food sector to assess the potential market impact that could result from displacement of produce previously destined for the Russia will have for the sector as a whole.
JAMIE McGrigor, Highlands & Islands MSP and the Scottish Conservative Fisheries Spokesman, yesterday pressed the Scottish Government on the support it is giving to the Scottish fishing and food sectors affected by the Russian Government’s recent decision to implement an import ban on EU food exports.
THE Commonwealth Games' most decorated squad has announced The Scottish Salmon Company (SSC) as its new headline sponsor.
OCEANA, the international organisation devoted to protecting the world's oceans, has launched a website to gather data on unwell fish in the Baltic Sea.
QUEEN Sonja of Norway has spoken of the part fishing can play in feeding the world's seven billion people.
Scotland’s first Marine Litter Strategy published.
AQUATIV, part of DIANA Aqua business unit of DIANA Group, is pleased to announce the acquisition of DIANA by the German Group SYMRISE.
SEAFISH is planning a major promotional campaign in order to promote mackerel more attractive and its health benefits to UK consumers.
The National Federation of Fishermen’s Organisations (NFFO) is to sponsor Skipper Expo Int. Bournemouth 2014 in a move that confirms the exhibition’s position as a hugely popular fisheries showcase for the English and Welsh fishing industries
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FASCINATING feats of fish filleting will be on show in the Grimsby area at the weekend as the UK's top fishmongers compete for the title of British Fish Craft Champion.
The new SmartLine Grader series is a revolution in hygienic grading for the fish, meat and poultry industries.
THE Norwegian government has moved to help the country's fishing and fish farming industries over come the Russian food ban. One of the first steps is to make it easier for seafood exporters to obtain export guarantees for shipments to countries such as the Ukraine.
PRIMARY school children in the north of England and the Midlands are more likely to be eating sustainable seafood than their counterparts in the south of the country, according to a new report published today.
- GLOBAL HOTEL CHAIN IN SUSTAINABLE FISH PLEDGE
- STUDY SHOWS FISH GOOD FOR THE BRAIN
- RUSSIA LIFTS VIETNAMESE IMPORT BAN
- ZOO HAILS FISH COMPANY LINK
THE first Scottish salmon farm built on land is set to begin production later this year at the community-owned Machrihanish Airbase, the Courier can reveal.
Environment Secretary Elizabeth Truss today pledged her full support for Scotland’s world-class fishing industry in response to Russia’s unjustified food export ban.
THE National Federation of Fishermen’s Organisations has expressed regret that the offshore wind turbine developer Dong Energy has issued a court injunction against a group of Norfolk fishermen.
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A CLOSURE threat hangs over a key fish smoking plant at Maryport in Cumbria on the West Coast of England, which employs just over 60 people it emerged last night.
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