Misery! If the ban is not lifted quickly, in less than one month, all the 60 million kilos of Thai frogs in Guangdong, Hainan and Guangxi will be dead, with a loss of more than 400 million yuan!
On April 1, as the most popular short video platform at present, crawfish and Luo Yonghao, two big online red ones, appeared on the same screen to earn enough eyeballs.
Kvarøy is using IBM Food Trust’s blockchain-based technology to create a provenance record and is working with its feed supplier BioMar to begin uploading supply chain data to Food Trust, “creating an immutable record of the feed used and the conditions where the salmon was raised, packed, certif
On the morning of April 1, Zhoushan marine administrative law enforcement team and other members issued and posted the notice of Zhoushan Municipal People's Government on the protection of portunid crab resources in the central fishing port of the new city, Aoshan wharf, agricultural trade marke
Australia's biggest wild-caught fishery is trying to secure an air freight charter to China to maintain a foothold in the world's biggest seafood market — and possibly bring back medical supplies to Australia on the return trip.
or weeks now, America's oldest commercial fishing harbor been a still life, perhaps not unlike what Samuel de Champlain experienced when he first sailed through in 1606.
The glory of the world’s oceans could be restored within a generation, according to a major new scientific review. It reports rebounding sea life, from humpback whales off Australia to elephant seals in the US and green turtles in Japan.
Moving in on plant-based tuna Interest in plant-based alternatives to animal products has exploded. The trend kicked off with dairy substitutes, like soy and almond milk, and has been gaining steam with meat substitutes popularized by Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat (BYND).