Loading...
SUPA Youreverydayfish VietFish
Go
Marine fish NEWS
Print:
Share:
Fish caught off Fukushima still show high levels of radiation
Many fish caught off the coast of Fukushima are still showing high levels of radioactive cesium. This indicates that, since the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami that caused the nuclear disaster on 11 March 2011, the seafloor or leakage from the damaged reactors must still be contaminating the area – something that could affect fisheries for deca...
Read more ...
Florida: Seafood testing program coming to an end
The Florida Department of Agriculture will ask lawmakers to approve the use of the final $1.5 million (€1.1 million) from BP to continue a seafood tes...
South Korea to inspect fish farms and processing plants in Vietnam
(vasep.com.vn) Since October 29th to November 3rd 2012, South Korea sent a delegation to Vietnam to inspect some fish farms and fish processing facili...
U.S. NOAA’s 20 findings and recommadations on alternative ingredients for aquaculture feeds
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the Agricultural Research Service and National Institute of Food and Agriculture of the...
WWF releases guide to 'green' commodity investing
(IntraFish) The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) on Tuesday released a new guide to responsible investing in 10 major commodities sectors, including aquacult...
All news
Portal of Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP)
Head office in HCM city: 218 Road Nguyen Quy Canh, An Phu An Khanh New Urban Area, An Phu Ward, District 2, HCM city, Vietnam Tel: (+84 28) 62810430 / Fax: (+84 28) 62810437 - Email: vasephcmcity@vasep.com.vn
Rep. office in Ha Noi: 10 Nguyen Cong Hoan Street, Ngoc Khanh Ward, Ba Dinh District, Ha Noi City, Vietnam Tel: (+84 24) 37715055 / 37715318 - Fax: (+84 24) 37715084 - Email: vasephn@vasep.com.vn
In charge of content: Nguyen Hoai Nam (Mr) – Deputy General Secretary of VASEP
Managing Editor: Phung Thi Kim Thu (Ms.) Tel: (+84 24) 37715055 (ext: 203)
Email: kimthu@vasep.com.vn
RSS