seafood industry

9 September, 2020

Last year, New Zealand installed cameras on 20 fishing vessels in fishing areas of high risk of interaction with Māui dolphins, and began requiring electronic catch and position reporting for around 830 boats in the inshore fleet. Following this success, the government has announced that it is funding a detailed business case for the installation […]

4 August, 2020

Summarising the Coalition’s recent event on Remote Electronic Monitoring (REM), which brought together representatives from government, industry and civil society, Industrious Pesqueras presents a comprehensive overview of the Coalition’s work to ensure transparent fisheries and traceable seafood supply chains in the EU. Concrete outcomes the Coalition is working towards from the revision of the Control Regulation include strengthening monitoring […]

19 March, 2020

Source: Perishable News.com Washington – The Global Dialogue on Seafood Traceability (GDST)—a major industry forum involving more than five dozen companies worldwide from across the seafood supply chain—released the first-ever global standards for tracking seafood products from point of origin to point of sale. These standards are a critical step forward in the fight against illegal […]