2016-09-19 How a Story Can Help Sell Seafood A new study by Future of Fish has explored the power of story to sell more fish and to determine what elements of that story most influence consumer purchasing behavior. The study also aims to identify the business benefits of data-rich supply chains and to ignite market incentives for more responsibly harvested and traded seafood.
2016-07-25 Cost-efficient microalgae farming method developed Scientists of Cologne University have developed a more cost-efficient method to cultivate algae, which could lead to an increase in the use of microalgae in a wide range of applications - from food production to medical applications and nutrient recovery.
2016-07-25 Få del i millionstøtte til gode og bæredygtige projekter Grønt Udviklings- og Demonstrationsprogram åbner nu for årets anden ansøgningsrunde. Du har mulighed for at søge om at få del i tilskuddet på 70 millioner kroner, der skal gå til nytænkende og bæredygtige projekter inden for fødevareerhvervet.
2016-07-01 Japanese Fish Farms Thriving on New Technology As the fisheries workforce in Japan continues to age and the number of young people interested in fish farming decreases, cheap imports and declining productivity are putting Japanese fish farmers under more pressure. This situation has forced some companies to turn to a high-tech approach in order to find a solution. As Bonnie Waycott reports for TheFishSite, new technological developments in aquaculture are allowing Japan's fish farmers to change their production techniques and ways of doing business.
2016-06-16 The Challenges of Producing Large S1 Smolt in Recirculating Aquaculture Systems (RAS) Salmon farming companies have been switching their focus to the production of much larger smolt as a strategy for reducing netpen grow-out time and for reducing problems with sealice. Since recirculating aquaculture systems, with their warmer year round operating temperature, are great at promoting growth and producing larger smolt, they are more regularly being built for this purpose. But as with any shift in technology, there are always lessons to be learned and new challenges to conquer.