Wrasse get passports to travel to show

Wrasse get passports to travel to show

Wester Ross Salmon boss Gilpin Bradley was taking no chances this year with his precious cargo of wrasse, attending Seafood Expo for the second time. Last year, he transported the live fish, along with a variety of other marine life found around the farms, by train – first class, of course. It was quite anContinue Reading

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Fishupdate Briefing Friday April 20th

Fishupdate Briefing Friday April 20th

CHINA HUNGRY FOR US LOBSTER CHINA and the United States may be gearing up for a trade war, but the dispute hasn’t stopped Chinese ‘s hunger for American lobsters. And the demand is helping keep prices high for US domestic . consumers. However,  a tariff on the seafood by Beijing  is not thought to beContinue Reading

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Young’s Seafood up for sale

Young’s Seafood up for sale

YOUNG’S, Britain’s largest seafood company, has formally announced that the business is to be put up for sale. And it is almost certain to attract widespread interest from at home and abroad. The news came in a statement yesterday from the parent company, Lion capital, which is owned by the private equity firm HPS Investment Partners (UK),Continue Reading

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Fishupdate briefing Friday February 23rd

Fishupdate briefing Friday February 23rd

  ENERGY WORLD FIRST FOR NEW WELLBOAT THE Norwegian company Nordlaks is building the world’s first wellboat powered by Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) propulsion and a battery pack. It says the development will  provide significant environmental and climate benefits. Emissions of Co2 are reduced by 30 per cent and  by 90 per cent for NoXContinue Reading

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Young’s in fish cake recall

Young’s in fish cake recall

YOUNG’S Seafood is recalling some of  its Chip Shop range fish cakes because they have been found to contain plastic and metal. The Food Standards Agency says the products are ‘unsafe to eat’. The recall applies only to packs of six fish cakes sold in the frozen food chains Farmfoods and Heron Foods. No otherContinue Reading