Deutsche See GmbH, uno de los principales productores europeos de productos de pescado prácticos, regresa a la categoría de barbacoa con la presentación de dos nuevos conceptos de filetes de pescado envueltos en hojas.
Los nuevos productos, que en el mercado minorista alemán reciben el nombre de “Tilapiafilet im Bananenblatt” y “Pangasiusfilet im Bananenblatt”, consisten en filetes de tilapia y pangasio envueltos en hojas de banano.
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If producers of new, market-ready farmed species have any ambition of cutting into Europe, then they would be hard-pressed to find a better window of opportunity than the next 24 months.
In terms of consumer demand, farmed Atlantic salmon rules European mass markets. But while leading salmon producers are seeing millions of Norwegian kroner added to their respective bottom lines, there’s growing stakeholder concern surrounding both depleted… Read More
Abstract: UK foodservice supplier says the appointment of Laky Zervudachi as director of sustainability will reinforce its commitment to ensuring the credibility of its sourcing policies.
Laky Zervudachi has been appointed Seafood Holdings’ director of sustainability, a newly created position that the UK foodservice supplier says will reinforce its commitment to ensuring the credibility of its sourcing policies.
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Canada and the United Kingdom are expected to be the two main beneficiaries of this year’s anticipated drop in Norwegian farmed salmon production, but many industry stakeholders believe only the return of Chile to the international arena can bring much-needed stability to the sector.
The collapse of the Chilean industry following the infectious salmon anemia (ISA) virus outbreak is arguably the main contributor to the record prices and… Read More
European Union member states cannot wait for the European Commission to revise the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) before tackling its “unethical” discard protocols, warned Peter Dill, CEO of German seafood giant Deutsche See GmbH.
The debate over the EU’s controversial regulations on discards took center stage at last week’s North Atlantic Seafood Forum (NASF), held in Oslo, Norway, as speakers and delegates discussed the supply and demand… Read More
Norway's salmon producers are in line for at least two very profitable years as supplies tighten and prices reach unprecedented levels, but the largest company of all, Marine Harvest, is concerned that prices may rise to levels that cause long-term damage to consumption.
Analysts have predicted prices will hover between NOK 30 (EUR 3.74, USD 5.09) and NOK 35 (EUR 4.36, USD 5.93) throughout the first half of this year, but because of lower fish
A quirk of the European seafood market is most new product innovation, particularly for convenience items, is inspired by restaurant chefs, whereas sustainability has to date been almost solely driven by retailers.
In the wake of several, very public NGO attacks on stores for selling overexploited species, it’s now the norm for all European supermarket chains to operate rigorous sourcing checks, whereby if a seafood item isn’t green their… Read More
The European Commission’s illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing regulations, which went into effect on Jan. 1, are under attack for failing to tackle the crucial subject of traceability.
Speaking at this week’s Seafood Choices Alliance Seafood Summit in Paris, Melania Borit, senior executive officer for the Norwegian College of Fishery Science in Tromso, bemoaned that the laws “do not impose either a functional or a… Read More
As much as food producers and retailers active in the UK market crave a swift return to big, pre-recession consumer spending, the country's economic emergence is set to be a sluggish, drawn-out process.
For most companies, the 2009 Christmas period was better than the previous year, but it wasn't great, and supermarket chains expect trading to be difficult over the next 12 months. Perhaps 2010 retail sales will be the same as last year, but
The Atlantic Fast Food fish-and-chips shop in Coatbridge, Glasgow, on Thursday captured first place at this year’s National Fish & Chip Shop of the Year competition, organized by Seafish.
Owner Giovanni Fionda, and his parents, Ida and Raphael Fionda, were presented with the trophy by fellow Italian and TV chef Aldo Zilli at a ceremony at the Riverbank Park Plaza Hotel in London.
This is the first year Atlantic Fast Food has entered the