South America

Published on
June 13, 2019

William Brandt is the court-appointed trustee overseeing the sale of Pacific Andes’ Peruvian assets. He spoke with SeafoodSource on 12 June regarding the ongoing sales process.

SeafoodSource: What is the latest regarding your attempts to sell CFG Peru?

Brandt: We have talked with virtually everybody in the world

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Published on
May 21, 2019

The fate of DEXIM Hidrobiologicos Congelados is intertwined with the price of hake, or merluza, as it is called in Paita District, Peru, where the company is based

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Colin Bennett

Published on
May 6, 2019

Ecuador’s shrimp sector posted a record-breaking export total of 506 million metric tons (MT) in 2018, but despite this success, the sector’s leaders are alarmed about tepid international prices

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Published on
March 22, 2019

AgroSuper has decided to move all its salmon farming operations under the AquaChile brand, integrating several recent major acquisitions

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Colin Bennett

Published on
March 19, 2019

Fisheries experts in Peru have seen improvements in stocks of mackerel in southern Peru and northern Chile, despite climatic changes in the region

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March 18, 2019

Cooke Inc. has purchased Farallon Aquaculture de Nicaragua, a vertically integrated farmer and supplier of fresh-frozen shrimp

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Colin Bennett

Published on
December 14, 2018

Peru’s anchovy fishery has registered 830,000 metric tons (MT) of landings in November, far surpassing the last two year’s figures and the highest amount since

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By

Colin Bennett

Published on
November 5, 2018

A new air connection between the Chilean city of Antofagasta and the U.S. city of Miami is set to benefit the country’s salmon farming industry

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By

Jason Holland

Published on
November 2, 2018

The value of farmed Atlantic salmon continued to increase in the third-quarter of this year thanks to strong demand, according to Marine Harvest

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By

Colin Bennett

Published on
September 18, 2018

The success of the Argentinian red shrimp continues to draw attention, and the industry appears to be on track to exceed 200,000 MT in landings for the second time in its history this year

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