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Canada earmarks $62.5M for fish, seafood processors

Canada’s fish and seafood industry is getting new funding in an effort to keep grocery shelves stocked amid the COVID-19 crisis.

Group lays groundwork for commercial lumpfish production in the U.S.

A consortium formed to advance the use of cleanerfish in the United States says domestic production of lumpfish is so small that it’s not enough to make it a key component of sea lice management in Atlantic salmon farming.
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Mowi wants branding efforts to benefit entire salmon industry

Mowi’s launch of its new global brand MOWI Pure in the U.S. in March is a branding exercise for the world’s largest salmon producer but the initiative could benefit the entire salmon industry by making salmon as “approachable” as other proteins. » Read more

B.C. salmon farmers to donate 200,000 meals to food banks

The B.C. Salmon Farmers Association is working with Food Banks B.C. to distribute roughly 60,000 pounds of salmon to feed families struggling during the COVID-19 crisis. » Read more

AIW 2020 is cancelled

This year’s Aquaculture Innovation Workshop in New York City has officially been cancelled. » Read more
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