Rabobank highlights golden opportunity ahead for Norway’s salmon farmers


Norwegian sector faces a golden opportunity to overcome sea lice, innovate, and convince authorities and consumers that theirs is a sustainable industry, argues a fresh report by Rabobank (more…)

Week in review: Peru, SIMCAA blogs; Russia ban ‘won’t affect global salmon prices’; Nervousness in Chile, Russia salmon trade; Thai shrimp output could fall below 200,000t

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Combining algae and salmon: Chile’s aquaculture ripe for innovation, says Rabobank

Chilean salmon producers’ profit margins rose during the first quarter of the year, and given the improving health of farms, Rabobank sees opportunities for the industry to focus on innovating

Shrimp farmers should pay more attention to water quality, experts say


Poor water quality is a culprit in most shrimp diseases, specialist tells SIMCAA attendees, as another expert says feed is too often blamed for production problems

Shrimp farmers boost output with variety of methods as demand grows

The shrimp farming industry is using a wide range of methods to boost production as the demands on global aquaculture production increase

Video: Proposed US ban on Russian crab could destroy king crab market

King crab

Despite the justice of a ban on Russia’s seafood imports, it’s a case of be careful what you wish for, argues Seafood.com publisher John Sackton