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EM2 2021Eurofish Magazine issue 2 2021 features the fisheries and aquaculture sectors in Hungary and Denmark. The Technologysection looks at how less is more when it comes to packaging.
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Wednesday, 07 April 2021 07:46

Eurofish Magazine Issue 2 2021 (March / April)

March / April 2021 EUROFISH Magazine 2
Country profile: Hungary and Denmark
Aquaculture: Early Sturgeon Sex Discrimination (ESSD), a new diagnostic service for hatcheries and farms - A novel technique to save costs in caviar production
Processing:
Global growth in processed fish products - Added value due to more processing
Technology: Reduce, reuse or recycle properly - Less is more when it comes to packaging
Guest pages: Kenn Skau Fischer - The Danish Fishermen Producer Organisation - A voice for Denmark’s fishermen

 

 

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EM1 2021Eurofish Magazine issue 1 2021 features the fisheries and aquaculture sectors in Estonia, Norway and Ukraine. The Species section looks at the invasive gobies species.
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Thursday, 10 December 2020 13:09

The fisheries and aquaculture sector in Bulgaria

EM6 20 BGFish and seafood production in Bulgaria stem primarily from capture fisheries in the Black Sea, and freshwater and marine aquaculture. Freshwater catches, which come mainly from the Danube, are nugatory. Black Sea catches have remained stable over the last years, while production from fish farms, of carps and trout in particular, has grown steadily.

This article was featured in EUROFISH Magazine 6 / 2020.

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Tuesday, 08 December 2020 08:23

Improving EU fisheries controls

EM6 20 Fish EFCAA Sisyphean task for fisheries management

This article was featured in EUROFISH Magazine 6 / 2020.

Compliance with fishing quotas and implementation of fisheries regulations requires constant monitoring and control and it was to this end that the Community Fisheries Control Agency was set up as the supreme authority in the EU. Although it is relatively small the agency has to carry out a wide range of tasks. Despite its numerous achievements there seems to be no end to the criticism raining down on the group with regard to the effectiveness of the controls. Why do a lot of things work better in Norway or Iceland?

Published in Fisheries
Friday, 08 January 2021 14:05

Greenland and EU reach agreement

EM1 21 News Int GreenlandGreenland concluded negotiations with the EU for a new Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Agreement (SFPA) that will strengthen cooperation between the two partners for the next four years with the possibility of a two-year extension. The agreement is an important milestone in the long-standing bilateral cooperation between the two in fisheries and renews the commitment to promoting the sustainable use of marine resources. Financially, this is the third most important agreement in place for the EU and will allow the EU fleet (12 large-scale trawlers) to continue fishing in Greenland waters for at least the next 4 years while continuing to contribute to the development of the fisheries sector in Greenland.

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EM1 21 News Int WSIOne in every two seafood workers is a woman, yet women are over-represented in the lowest paid and lowest valued positions and are seldom seen in leadership positions. Women are essential contributors to this important food industry, but they remain invisible. The need to increase awareness about women’s role in this industry and to recognize the value they bring is the objective behind the organisation Women in the Seafood Industry (WSI). Among its initiatives is an annual video competition started in 2017 inviting men and women to tell their story of women in the seafood industry. The goal is to bring attention to the gaps and challenges experienced by women in seafood and to cast light on positive stories.

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EM1 21 News Int NorwayNorway exported 2.7 million tonnes of seafood worth NOK 105.7 billion (~EUR 10.2 billion) in 2020. This is the second-highest value ever and is the equivalent to 37 million meals every day throughout the year or 25,000 meals per minute. The total volume of seafood exports increased by 2 per cent in 2020, while the value was reduced by 1 per cent, or NOK 1.5 billion, compared with the record year of 2019. Seafood exports for the second year in a row exceeded the ‘magical’ NOK 100 billion mark and that this was achieved during the corona pandemic in 2020 was fantastic, said Odd Emil Ingebrigtsen, Minister of Fisheries and Seafood.

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RusExpoAquaWith the ongoing development of the aqua- and mariculture in Russia,Seafood Expo Russia will host a new specialized Aquaculture section that will unite fish farmers, feed,additives, and equipments suppliers, and other stakeholders.

“We always wanted aquaculture to become a separate sector and now we have such opportunity. This industry always needed its own platform to keep the dialog going. Our main aim is to help aquaculture companies to find new partners and clients. That’s why we want to gather all the existing parts of production and supply chain in one place.” said Altana Esinova, head of the new sector.

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