Traceability

6 Jun
2017

Source & Author: Sustainable Brands Fifty of the world’s largest businesses, retailers and fishing companies from across the tuna supply chain have banded together to stamp out illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing in their industry, protect the health of oceans and eliminate forced labor from fishing vessels.

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28 Apr
2017

Source: Science Direct Author: L. Guardonea, 1, L. Tinaccia, 1, F. Costanzoa, D. Azzarellia, P. D’Amicoa, G. Tassellib, A. Magnib, A. Guidia, D. Nucerac, A. Armania, The importation of fishery products into the European Union (EU) is constantly rising. The aim of this study was to conduct a survey on labeling non-compliances on fishery products imported from non-EU/extra-European countries, in collaboration with the veterinary staff […]

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22 Mar
2017

Source: Horizon Magazine.EU Author: Steve Gillman General fish labels like snapper, sole and seabream take away the power to accurately assess stocks and then distort fishing quotas, but by identifying individual species we could prevent illegal catches ending up on our plates.

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3 Mar
2017

Source & Author: Francisco Blaha Thailand has been going trough a rough patch with the EU for a while now, from the still outstanding issues from DG MARE’s “yellow card” in terms of IUU, now DG SANTE (Directorate-General for Health and Food Safety) recently published the results of an inspection that was carried out last year… and the […]

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9 Dec
2016

Source: Bloomberb BNA Author: Rossella Brevetti Dec. 8 — Importers will have to maintain and report key data on an initial list of seafood imports at risk of illegal fishing and seafood fraud under a Commerce Department final rule issued Dec. 8.

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