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Microplastics in fisheries and aquaculture: status of knowledge on their occurrence and implications for aquatic organisms and food safety This technical paper aims to contribute to the stock taking of scientific knowledge available on microplastics in fisheries and aquaculture. It provides ...
Monthly trade statistics series by volume and unit value for the main seafood commodities. A year-on-year comparison and year-to-date partner breakdown is also provided.  Download the document  - contains August 2017 statistics   
If done right, fisheries and aquaculture can provide nutritious food for all and generate decent incomes, while supporting people centred rural development and protecting the environment. Fish is widely looked to as a nutrient dense food containing high quality protein ...
Introduction Recreational fishing (RF) is defined as the “fishing of aquatic animals (mainly fish) that doesn’t constitute the individual’s primary resource to meet basic nutrition needs and are not generally sold or otherwise traded on export, domestic or black markets.” RF operate ...
The report analyses the market situation over the year 2016. In recent years, the demand for freshwater prawn (Galda) in Bangladesh has evolved strongly in the country’s domestic fishery trade. Local demand gets priority over exports due to high domestic demand ...
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