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October 5, 2018

Land-based salmon farm project in UAE

Dubai’s Vikings Label plans to build a large, land-based salmon farm, and has tapped Gråkjær to be its contractor.

New research shows US, British consumers want more, healthier fish

Americans and Brits are increasingly saying "I'll take the fish," according to new research from U.S.-based food provider Cargill.

Additional health benefits discovered for shrimp aquaculture

U.S.-based biotechnology company White Dog Labs has announced that independent testing by the Center for Aquaculture Technologies in Canada has demonstrated the potential benefit of ProTyton, a single-cell protein, to shrimp farming.

Nova Scotia sets groundwork for cultured rainbow trout industry

The Aquaculture Association of Nova Scotia plans to develop a long-term broodstock program to fortify its cultured rainbow trout industry, with a call for proposal to determine who can “bring that strategy forward and develop a strategy for Nova Scotia.”

World's first BAP-certified hatchery to get an upgrade

The world's first salmon hatchery to achieve four-star Best Aquaculture Practices status is getting ready to catch the next wave of aquaculture growth. Northern Harvest Smolt Ltd has received approval to begin expansion work at its Indian Head Hatchery in Stephenville, Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada. » Read more

Remote possibilities

AquaGen’s breeding facility in the far corner of Comau in Chile is not just a business operation; it is also an important resource for the local community. Some sociologists believe that simple geographic isolation sparks the creation of tribe-like relationships. Perhaps that explains part of the strong tie between the company and its neighbors. » Read more

Laqua 18

Oct 23 - 26, 2018 » Read more