Sustainability of food sources is becoming an ever increasingly important issue among consumers, food manufacturers and even governments. APFI talks with Kenjyu Kawamura, director of Kesennuma Shishiori fisheries processing cooperative association, who gives his insight on this.

Located in Northwest of Tokyo, Kesennuma lies along the Sanriku sea waters—one of the world’s three largest fishing grounds, and the Kesennuma Shishiori Fisheries Processing Cooperative Association strives to make it a port of sustainable seafood.

The Taiwanese Government is working to change the legal framework of the fishing industry to avert EU trade sanctions on its seafood trade.

in an interview with APFI, Julian Taylor, Scottish Development International, Executive Director, Asia-Pacific, shares more on the opportunities Asian markets can provide when it comes to premium foods.

Thai Union Frozen Products said on Tuesday it had signed a joint venture agreement with a subsidiary of Saudi Arabia's Savola Group to tap the Middle Eastern seafood market.

Reducing mortality rates while boosting quality, cold chain logistics are essential in the transportation of live seafood. By Sherlyne Yong

VASEP has organised a press conference to highlight Vietnam's seafood products

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