Yellown Tuna Saku Block Product for Sashimi and Sushi

  Yellown tuna saku is a tuna meat product that you can find in the grocery store. As you know tuna is a fish from sea that is also very popular recently. This might be the reason why there are many varieties of tuna meat products available in the market such as yellown tuna cube, …

High Quality Yellowfin Tuna CO Treated Product with Fresh Appearance

High Quality Yellowfin Tuna CO Treated Product with Fresh Appearance You might often see many kinds of yellown tuna CO treated product when you go for grocery shopping. Then you will wonder what is this product all about since you will use it to cook your dish later surely you want to get more information …

Tuna exports fell after two months of consecutive growth

According to the Agro Processing and Market Development Authority, after two months of growth, Vietnam saw a slump in tuna exports, with sales in major markets in November reducing as compared to the same period last year. As of November, Vietnam brought in $594 million from exporting tuna, down 11% as compared to the same …

Agriculture, forestry and fishery grew 3.16% in 2021

On the morning of March 29, 2021, the General Statistics Office held a press conference to announce socio-economic statistics of the first quarter of 2021. Accordingly, the gross domestic product (GDP) in the first quarter of 2021 was estimated to increase by 4.48%, of which, the agriculture, forestry and fishery sector increased by 3.16%, contributing …

SATS launches new campaign to spur US aquaculture expansion

U.S. aquaculture advocacy group Stronger America Through Seafood has launched a new campaign this week, titled “Essential Aquaculture,” that aims to create a sense of urgency for Congress to act swiftly on aquaculture expansion in the country. Specifically, SATS is calling on Congress to clarify a regulatory pathway for permitting offshore aquaculture. “Offshore aquaculture is …

Namibia revels in MSC certification of hake fishery

A successful endeavor to rebuild Namibia’s hake stocks and eliminate destructive fishing practices has earned the African country’s hake trawl and longline fishery Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification last week. Members of the fishery say the eco-label will open up more global market opportunities for them, especially in Europe and North America, where demand for …

World’s biggest fish market in Tokyo hit hard by COVID-19

It’s been two years since Tokyo’s historic Tsukiji fish market closed its doors and made a costly $5 billion move to the city’s outskirts. Now called “Toyosu,” the new market is almost twice as large, but the 600 or so merchants that moved with it have been struggling with low sales numbers. The pandemic has …

To Save Indian Ocean Yellowfin Tuna From Overfishing, Managers Must Act Now

Market pressure and an Australian proposal could shift policy at upcoming IOTC meeting According to new data from the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC), overfishing of yellowfin tuna in that region continues, despite the fact that the species has been classified as overfished since 2015, and has been the subject of a rebuilding plan since …

Social media users sink teeth into sharks at wet marke

Small sharks for sale at a wet maket in Yuen Long have set off a debate on social media about the endangered marine predators and the suitability of its flesh as lunch, or dinner. The fish vendor was captured selling three tiny sharks placed on a metal tray for HK$28. These are suspected to be pygmy …

Asian carp roundup opens new front in battle

GOLDEN POND, Ky. (AP) — Like a slow-motion, underwater cattle drive, wildlife officials in a half-dozen aluminum boats used pulses of electricity and sound on a recent gray morning to herd schools of Asian carp toward 1,000-foot-long (305 meters) nets. The ongoing roundup on wind-rippled Kentucky Lake opens a new front in a 15-year battle …