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Pangasius exports to Brazil increased by 17.2%
(seafood.vasep.com.vn) In Jan 2017, Vietnam’s exports of pangasius to Brazil were quite good over the same period last year with the export value of US$12.1 million, up 17.2% compared with Jan 2016. If the growth continues in the coming months, Brazi...
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Soc Trang towards high-quality “Vietnamese shrimp” brand
Recently, Soc Trang province has planned to construct the first high-quality shrimp breeding center on an area of 23-hectare area with the total capital of VND 40 billion.
Kien Giang targets its shrimp production at 63 thousand tons in 2017
The Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang has targeted its blackish water shrimp production at 63,000 tons on an area of 113,000 ha this year. Of this total farming area, industrial and semi-industrial farming area is 2,600 ha, with production of 16,24...
Ho Chi Minh City: Fisheries production in the first 2 months estimated at 9,222 tons
Ho Chi Minh City’s fisheries production in February 2017 was estimated at 4,956.7 tons, increased by 7.9% month – on – month, in which aquaculture production was about 3,238 tons, up 7.3%, with 1,095 tons of fish (up 17.1%), 863 tons of shrimp (up 16...
Shrimp farming in Bac Lieu province – Opportunities and challenges
Located in the southern part of the country, Bac Lieu province has dense canal systems which are served for both agriculture and aquaculture production. Also, Bac Lieu has a number of big canals, namely Quan Lo – Phung Hiep, Canh Den, Pho Sinh and Gi...
Ca Mau develops ecological crab farming
The southernmost province of Ca Mau plans to develop extensive crab farming, especially in ecological environment, to improve its economic value and serve exports, said Deputy Director of the provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Development...
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Perceived versus real toxicological safety of pangasius catfish: a review modifying market perspectives
Perceived versus real toxicological safety of pangasius catfish: a review modifying market perspectives
Perceived versus real toxicological safety of pangasius catfish: a review modifying market perspectives
REPORT ON VIETNAM SEAFOOD EXPORTS IN 2016
REPORT ON VIETNAM SEAFOOD EXPORTS IN 2016
REPORT ON VIETNAM SEAFOOD EXPORTS IN 2016
ASC defends pangasius after product pulled by European retailers
ASC defends pangasius after product pulled by European retailers
ASC defends pangasius after product pulled by European retailers
Certified pangasius is a responsible choice, says GAA
Certified pangasius is a responsible choice, says GAA
Certified pangasius is a responsible choice, says GAA
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What is the risk of consuming pangasius? A lot of claims made in Europe and the US state it is very unsafe. But research at Wageningen University and Research demonstrates that these claims are inaccurate. Instead of reporting the risk to human health they refer to general hazards associated with certain chemical compounds. For these chemicals to become a risk to human health we need to understand our exposure to them. And in the case of Pangasius the claims made do not reflect any risk to human health. Pangasius, we conclude, is safe for human consumption.
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