Despite the holiday feel stateside, there was little let up in the amount of news and feature stories flowing across the globe.
As the scandal surrounding Icelandic fishing giant Samherji shows no sign of abating, the law firm it appointed to aid investigations says the company is accelerating plans to leave the country. You can keep right up date with developments on Samherji by clicking here.
With the trial in the tuna price fixing case moving towards a conclusion the former Bumble Bee CEO at the center of the allegations admitted to 'occasionally' asking employees to nab non-public information from competitors.
As feed suppliers attempt to capture the growing land-based farming segment, Norway-based feed giant Skretting wins a contract to supply US land-based salmon farmer Atlantic Sapphire.
And with land-based salmon farming never far away from the headlines: Here looking at the other side of the coin, IntraFish presents a list of high-profile projects that failed to make the grade and instead landed in the aquaculture graveyard.
Meantime, tilapia giant Regal Springs named its new CEO with the company's new leader New leader bringing a wealth of experience from consumer goods industry.
Feed issues are read avidly by the IntraFish readership. With this in mind we invite you to take a video tour of the world's largest salmon feed plant.
Elsewhere in the salmon industry, plans for salmon producers to have to pay additional taxes for the use of Norwegian natural resources have come under fire from billionaire Helge Mogster, Leroy Seafood's principal owner.
As traditional methods of seafood trading increasingly take a back seat meet the trader who says messaging application Whatsapp is his company's biggest competitor.
Finally this week, in the retail sector Aldi tells IntraFish that 'Discount' does not mean cutting corners on sustainability.'
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