Top brands see attraction of fish leather, as Icelandic firm Atlantic Leather cashes in on full fish utilization (more…)
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Part eatery, part art installation, restaurant Tincan will serve only canned fish during a six month residency in the Soho area of the UK capital
With the shrimp firm stating in its defense that it could have walked away but chose to try and help, has the world’s media reported the Guardian’s labor research appropriately?
Scottish fishermen claim Masterchef has given them a ‘kick in the teeth’ by backing guidelines saying their fish are not sustainable
Restorsea, a beauty line that uses an enzyme from the waters of just-hatched salmon, is suing Aqua Bio Technology for apparently breaching an exclusivity deal
Possible changes could include new rules on disclosure of glazing on products, and a union-wide ecolabel establishing minimum standards
NOAA has confirmed the change in scientific name for walleye pollock, but currently it's still correct to label it as such
The recent change of the scientific name of walleye pollock could have frustrating consequences for companies working with the species
New Orleans port CEO Gary LaGrange wagers Louisiana seafood with Port of Seattle before Saints-Seahawks football showdown
Fishermen killed when fishing vessel the Gaul sank off Norway in 1974 may have been found buried in Russia, authorities say
Kellan Lutz sent an urgent letter to Linda Bean urging her to 'stop the most egregious acts of cruelty to animals' at her Rockland slaughterhouse
Wall Street Journal article suggests US fishing crews do not enjoy having federally mandated observers on board
Your phone is deadlier than sushi, writes the news agency, pointing out that no-one is in panic about potatoes, bananas or Brazil nuts, which have naturally occurring radioactivity (more…)
Tokyo Electric Power Company now needs the help of the Fukushima fishermen it ruined, when its leaking reactors poisoned fishing grounds
The number of seafarers who will benefit from the convention is far outweighed by the number who will not, says Obiageli Ezekwesili of the Global Ocean Commission