Profitability in the shrimp industry is increasingly related to business factors. Cost effectiveness is a better profit strategy than simple cost reduction.
The worldwide adoption of ecologically, socially and economically sound systems based on a series of principles of organic agriculture is exemplary if unrealistic.
The nodaviruses that can infect the nervous systems of Atlantic cod threaten further expansion of the burgeoning cod-farming industry.
Although aquaculture offers potential for the production of California halibut, several aspects of production have yet to be optimized.
A finely tuned fishing diet can improve growth and feed utilization of sea bream grown previously on diets with low levels of fishmeal and fish oil.
Hepatitis A virus (HAV) is a widespread and serious foodborne pathogen commonly associated with shellfish-vectored outbreaks.
Research at the Achotines Laboratory in Panama has been inconclusive involving probiotic treatments of first-feeding larval tuna and the rotifers they eat.
As European aquaculture continues to diversify in the marine fish sector, technology advances and methodology in marine finfish hatcheries are proving vital.
Detailing the HACCP procedures and specifications for every stage of production and processing in a total procedures manual is a hallmark of quality.
Seafood processors must increasingly codify all procedures, not just those related to food safety and hazard analysis critical control point (HACCP).