Tackling tube worms

A new study aims to find an early warning for worm infestation, reports Nicki Holmyard. I am always amused when people looking to come into the mussel industry think it […] Continue Reading

The third wave

Norcod’s CEO believes that the secret to successful cod farming has finally been cracked. In the race to restart Norway’s cod farming industry, Norcod is in pole position. Following a […] Continue Reading

Reef relief

Norwegian salmon farmer Kvarøy Arctic is supporting a more diversified, equitable, and climate-change resilient food system through its contribution to two aquaculture projects in a not-for-profit initiative. The two projects […] Continue Reading

Solid solution

Øymerd’s floating islands should be tough enough to face the roughest seas. It is the latest in a growing line of futuristic offshore salmon projects that look more like space […] Continue Reading

Counter measures

‘Multichannel marketing’ and livestreaming could get consumers back to the fishmonger, a report suggests No nation is buying as much seafood on-line today as China – and that includes its […] Continue Reading

Heated argument

An intense debate is currently underway in Norway over the practice of using warm water to remove salmon lice. Pitching environmentalists on one side and the industry on the other, […] Continue Reading

Offshore harvest

A seaweed nursery in Argyll is set for growth after securing investment funding of up to £75,000 investment from Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE). The £150,000 project aims to expand […] Continue Reading

Tsar quality

As one of the most expensive dishes on the planet – just 1kg of an Iranian-bred variety sold for £20,000 a few years ago – it is no surprise that […] Continue Reading