San Diego-based bluefin tuna hatchery and feed company Ichthus Unlimited aims to make tuna ranching a more sustainable and reliable option.
The waters off the United States’ eighth-largest city may seem an unlikely place to grow oysters, but in a surprise announcement last month, officials from the Port of San Diego said they’re aiming to do just that.
Una vez parte de la multitud de los productos de mar sostenibles preferidos por su dieta vegetariana y su potencial para alimentar a la creciente población del mundo, la tilapia con sus buenos modales ahora tiene un problema de imagen
Once a darling of the sustainable seafood crowd for its vegetarian diet and potential to feed the world’s growing population, mild-mannered tilapia now has an image problem that may be causing a dip in consumption levels.
Chile’s farmed salmon industry has had a rough decade. A lot is riding on its ability to work through the turbulence, including 70,000 jobs and $3.5 billion in annual sales. Is reducing production the answer?
A study using a half-century of data has linked climate change and warming sea temperatures with an increase in illnesses from the common vibrio bacteria. Shellfish growers, fighting a particularly virulent strain of Vibrio parahaemolyticus, are changing their harvest protocols.
Las moscas soldado negro están ganando interés como un ingrediente alternativo líder en alimentos acuícolas. ¿Pero creará el factor "desagrado" una aversión o rechazo? La colaboradora del Advocate Clare Leschin-Hoar investiga.
Black soldier flies are gaining interest as a leading alternative ingredient in aquafeeds. But will the “ick” factor be a turn-off? Advocate contributor Clare Leschin-Hoar investigates.
The explosive growth of shrimp farming has long been associated with mangrove deforestation in Southeast Asia. A silvofishery method of producing the popular seafood is protecting the fragile ecosystems in Vietnam. A hungry marketplace is reaping the rewards.