Thursday, June 28, 2012

Daily Digest 28/06/12: Loblaw; Scotland; salmon; BioMarine;Cooke Aquaculture

Hello,

The Aquaculturist is back.  Sit back, relax, here's the news:
  • Marine experts praise Loblaw Seafood's purchase efforts.  The aims to buy all of its seafood products from sustainable sources by next year.  Read more...
  • The Global Alliance Against Industrial Aquaculture (GAAIA) calls for a ban on farmed salmon in Scotland.  The demand comes following a Freedom of Information request made by the organisation which revealed that over 300 seals were killed during salmon farming in Scotland in 2011 and 2012.  Read more...
  • Cooke Aquaculture's hatchery plans are unclear according to the Digby Courrier.  Despite gaining $25 million from the Nova Scotia government to finance the expansion, it is unknown where and when the facility will be built.  Read more...
  • Roger Gilbert form Perendale Publishers talks about the BioMarine Conference in London, October 2012.  Watch video...
What do you think...
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English: A salmon rose, part of a sashimi dinn...
English: A salmon rose, part of a sashimi dinner set. Taken on 24 Jan 2006 by blu3d. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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