The May issue of Fish Farmer is out now online The last few weeks have seen the return of two big events –Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global, in its new home, Barcelona, and the Aquaculture UK trade show in Aviemore, […] As others see us Earlier this year two members of the Senedd, the devolved legislative assembly for Wales, visited Scotland to find out more about its aquaculture sector. Here, they report on their impressions.  […] Lice treatment helps Benchmark double profits Aquaculture biotech company Benchmark has reported revenue up by a third and doubled its adjusted profits for the first half of the current financial year. In its interim report, Benchmark’s […] Samherji staff paid to get on their bikes The Icelandic fishing and aquaculture group Samherji is paying its employees to leave their cars at home. The company is offering both full- and part-time workers a regular monthly wage […] Halibut farmer reports jump in sales Fish farmer Nordic Halibut has reported a big increase in sales during the first three months of this year, proving it is not just salmon companies which are enjoying a […] Swiss RAS farmer in ova deal with Benchmark Salmon producer Swiss Alpine Fish has signed a contract with Benchmark Genetics to secure its supply of ova for the next five years. The company is Switzerland’s first commercial salmon […] Barramundi plans AU$350m investment in Australia Barramundi Group has announced plans for a major expansion of its operations in Australia. The 10-year project, focused on the West Kimberley Coast in the state of Western Australia, is […] It’s an ill wind… At the New Year I wrote about the possibility of Ukraine being invaded. How much I wish the sources I had been reading were wrong! That such a proud and […]

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A pilot scheme suggests that digitising export paperwork could save producers time and money. Since the end of the Brexit transition period, increased bureaucracy has added an extra £3m each […] Continue Reading

Declaration of trust

The Öxarfjörður region on the North East coast of Iceland, encircled by volcanic mountain ranges, is about as remote as a traveller to that country is likely to get. The […] Continue Reading

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When it comes to using the ocean as a sustainable source of food, Europe is trailing well behind other parts of the world, the European Union says. Now, the EU […] Continue Reading

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Earlier this year two members of the Senedd, the devolved legislative assembly for Wales, visited Scotland to find out more about its aquaculture sector. Here, they report on their impressions.  […] Continue Reading

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Blue economy takes off

Ahead of next month’s Blue Food Innovation Summit, Larsen Mettler, Managing Director of S2G Ventures, talks about investment opportunities in the sector. Before heading up S2G Ventures, Larsen Mettler was […] Continue Reading

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