Thai Union hopes baht woes will ease in the second half of the year.
The company Criimpla from Valencia is coordinating a European project that investigates the development of innovative packaging made from wheat starch, recyclable and biodegradable material.
The Global Aquaculture Alliance’s (GAA) has said its Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) seafood processing plant standards have been successfully benchmarked against the latest Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) food safety requirements.
China’s trade surplus in aquatic products hit USD 2.09 billion (EUR 1.6 billion) in the first quarter, an increase of 15.88 percent year-over-year.
Fed up with their loss-making shrimp farming, over 500 farmers in south Gujarat are now seeing a new business potential in commercial farming of milkfish — an important seafood in south-east Asia and a few Pacific Islands.
The yen depreciation has caused many problems for local companies shipping products to Japan as local goods have become more expensive and less competitive.
After two-year operation of the project of “Go Cong trademark for clam in Go Cong, Tien Giang Province”, the National Office of Intellectual Property of Viet Nam (NOIP) issued the protection license of Go Cong trademark to the local clam.
Bangladesh, The country's production of fresh water prawn or golda will fall significantly as most of the hatcheries are shut down this year due to lack of bank loans, general secretary of Golda Hatchery Association of Bangladesh (GHAB) said.
Thai Union made several statements about its shrimp business in a meeting with analysts on its second quarter performance yesterday.
The US Department of Commerce has revised its duty rates for pangasius exporters to the US that will increase the rates for most companies after the agency cited ministerial errors in its eighth shipper review.