The Fishery status reports 2009, released last week, shows a substantial improvement in the number of Commonwealth-managed stocks classified as “not overfished” and “not subject to overfishing”,...

A seminar to be held next week at The University of Western Australia will take the audience on a ‘swim-through’ with some of Australia’s most interesting fish including sharks, which...

Whole Foods Market has launched an in-store color-coded sustainability rating program for wild-caught seafood and commits to phasing out all red-rated species by Earth Day 2013. Partnering with Blue Ocean...

Global fisheries, a vital source of food and revenue throughout the world, contribute between US$225-$240 billion per year to the worldwide economy, according to four new studies released today. Researchers...

The UK Food Standards Agency is reminding caterers and consumers of the importance of refrigerating fish properly, following a number of incidents involving scombrotoxic fish poisoning during the (UK)...

Australian prawn and barramundi farmers are this morning (Wednesday) calling on all political parties to support better country-of-origin labelling for the seafood industry.At their industry conference...

International environmental watchdog Greenpeace has awarded a “sustainable” ranking in its Canned Tuna Guide to an Australian company for the first time. Fish 4 Ever’s canned skipjack...

Whole Foods Market will be the only major retailer in the US to offer Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)-certified, fresh, harpoon-caught swordfish from Nova Scotia this (Northern) summer. This seasonal...

The Premier, David Bartlett, today paid tribute to a great innovative and sustainable Tasmanian company – Tassal.  Mr Bartlett opened the Atlantic Salmon producer’s new state-of-the-art hatchery...

Barramundi Farmers Association president Marty Phillips announced new tests today that can tell Australian Barramundi from the Asian fish of the same species. New research by Associate Professor Dean Jerry...