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  • Alaska pollock producers look for escape from bungled China tariffs

    battle between the United States and China, the United States Trade Representative (USTR) in September exempted Alaska pollock imported from China from a...), told IntraFish. "It exempted Russian-origin, Chinese processed pollock. And it hasn’t corrected the error." That means Russian producers have the same advantages American producers have: they can ship pollock to China for inexpensive processing, then also export it to the US tariff-free. The APA is working

    Fisheries  intrafish.com 7 hours old


    F3 Blog:What if we ran out of forage fish?

    finding which company could sell the most fish-free feed. One of China’s largest aquaculture and feed producers, Guangdong Evergreen Feed Industry Company...meets the challenge criteria by Aug. 31, 2019 will win $100,000 (€88,500). Competitors include China-based Guangdong Evergreen Feed Industry Co. Ltd.; China-based Shen Zhen Alpha Feed Co. Ltd.; Netherlands-based Veramaris; and the UK/U.S.-based team Aquaculture Innovation/Qualitas Health. A combined

    Events  intrafish.com 7 hours old

    Permira-backed sushi chain ready for global growth spurt

    group is rapidly expanding across the globe. It's about to debut in Moscow, and has recently opened in Poland, Czechoslovakia, Croatia and China. Its

    Marketplace  intrafish.com 11 hours old

    Tanzania bans Chinese, Vietnamese fish imports

    Tanzania announced plans to ban fish imports from China and Vietnam to boost the local industry, reports African Exponent. The government made the decision as part of its plan to review the Fisheries Act, and goes against measures taken by other African countries such as Somalia to increase imports from China. “We are looking to protect Tanzania’s marine resources through proper arrangements for commercial fishing, to make it beneficial to those in the

    Fisheries  intrafish.com 11 hours old

    Chinese vessel sinks after collision with Spanish trawler

    A Chinese flagged jigger sank after colliding with a Spanish flagged trawler to the northwest of the Falkland Islands Friday morning, reports MercoPress. All 30 crew members have been rescued by other fishing vessels, and are heading for Montevideo, according to the latest reports from the Argentine Coast...and during the squid season is packed with Asian jiggers, mainly from China.

    Fisheries  intrafish.com 19 hours old

    Shrimp prices crash on flooded US market through 2018

    , Indonesia, held just 18 percent by volume and 19 percent by value. Ecuador, Vietnam, Thailand and China held third, fourth, fifth and sixth places

    Prices  intrafish.com 18 Feb 13:11 GMT

    Sanford struggling to get fish into China

    New Zealand seafood company Sanford is having "administrative issues" getting its salmon across the Chinese border, reports New Zealand Herald. There is feeling in New Zealand that diplomatic relations with China have taken a turn for the worse over the country's dealings with Chinese mobile phone company Huawei.

    Marketplace  intrafish.com 17 Feb 23:50 GMT

    LETTER: Why are we allowing plants masquerading as seafood to exhibit at Boston, Brussels seafood shows?

    ability to create a demand for our product. FDA looking into safety of lab-grown seafood, meat The upcoming seafood exhibitions (Boston, Brussels, China

    Commentary  intrafish.com 15 Feb 12:11 GMT

    Pacific Andes trims losses in 2018, but things are still a struggle

    Still neck deep in bankruptcy proceedings, Pacific Andes International Holdings (PAIH) posted another loss in 2018 for its subsidiaries that are still operating. The company’s seafood processing facility in Qingdao, China, continues to operate, processing and purchasing 27.4 million pounds of fish fillets and portions during the financial year ended Sept. 28, 2018. During the year, the company’s principal subsidiaries in frozen fish fillets

    Finance  intrafish.com 15 Feb 12:10 GMT

    UK fish n' chips industry fears 'no deal' Brexit will bite

    Islands and Greenland. Also, a major volume of frozen fish imports go via China for processing before being imported into the UK, Bartolo said. Shop

    Marketplace  intrafish.com 15 Feb 12:09 GMT