Demand for fish and seafood is on the rise in Turkey but cannot be met by domestic supplies. © iStock/JackF

Norwegian fish industry sets sights on exports to Turkey

By Niamh Michail

Demand for fresh and processed seafood in Turkey is on the rise but with little aquaculture and dwindling fish stocks in its own seas, it is reliant on imports. One researcher explains why, despite the challenges, the Norwegian food industry is feeling...

Picture: University of South Florida. The quadpyre device

Seafood fraud tackled by handheld sensor

By Joseph James Whitworth

A handheld sensor to stop fraudulent seafood species claims has been developed at the University of South Florida's College of Marine Science.

Ocean management is ‘crucial’ to food security: FAO

Ocean management is ‘crucial’ to food security: FAO


Demand for fish and seafood is growing – but better ocean management is needed to ensure global food security, according to a new report from the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).

The European Common Fisheries Policy has helped Atlantic fish stocks but failed in the Mediterranean, say experts.

Mediterranean fish stocks show steady decline

By Nathan Gray

While careful management has helped stabilise and even improve the fish stocks in some parts of Europe,  the situation in the Mediterranean has deteriorated over the past 20 years, say experts.


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