NTT Corporation recently announced a three-step plan, in partnership with Regional Fish Institute, to use RAS facilities to produce fish and shellfish that have been fed on home-grown algae, setting up a joint venture called NTT Green & Food Co.
The second half of 2023 could be “the most challenging period for global aquaculture since the peak of the pandemic in 2020”, while for the shrimp sector it could be the toughest period since the outbreak of EMS in 2011.
Seafood production has become a globalised industry and many countries have seafood industries that are being buoyed by overseas migrant workers – hard-working people who left their home countries, and often their entire families, to seek their fortunes abroad…
Croatia has emerged as a major player in the tuna ranching industry, and it is also looking to further develop closed cycle culture of Adriatic bluefin tuna, following its success at breeding them in captivity.
Francisca Samsing Pedrals – who has worked in the salmon sector in Chile, Australia and Norway – is relishing her new role at vet school in Sydney, where she wants to make more people aware of the opportunities offered in global aquaculture.
As the SEAfood Act and the AQUAA Act are being debated in Congress, Emily De Sousa joined two of America’s leading seafood chefs – Barton Seaver and Steve Phelps – on a tour of some of the world’s most extreme offshore fish farms, to find out for themselves ab…
Standardisation of data, collaboration and assurances are essential to ensure that seafood, including the marine ingredients that are used in aquafeeds, are more transparent, traceable and sustainably sourced.