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Noticias del día. abril 2004

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En Sinaloa, México, pretenden producir 15 mil toneladas de camarón de pesca
30 de abril de 2004
Cerca de 15 mil toneladas de camarón se pretende producir en la próxima temporada 2004- 2005 según las investigaciones del Instituto Nacional de Pesca, tomando en cuenta el tiempo establecido por la veda y el stock de reproducción, comentó Juan Madrid Vera investigador del programa Camarón, de dicho instituto. Señaló, que sólo en la bahía de Santa María se dejó una biomasa de hembras en rango de reproducción de entre cinco a siete toneladas las cuales se multiplican de manera increíble.
India becomes second country to breed sand lobster in captivity
29 de abril de 2004
India's fisheries scientists at the Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute (CMFRI) have succeeded in breeding sand lobster in captivity for the first time in the country. Only Australia had successfully bred the sand lobster in captivity before. A team led by young scientist Jeo K. Kizhakudan at the Kovalam field laboratory of CMFRI, one of the research institutes under Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), achieved the results after numerous trials and concerted efforts.
Landry's Restaurants, Inc., the second largest casual dining full service seafood restaurant chain in the U.S serves record Q1 04 results
29 de abril de 2004
Landry's Restaurants, Inc., the second largest casual dining full service seafood restaurant chain in the U.S, recently announced its results for the first quarter of the year 2004. The revenues for the first quarter swelled to $275.7 million against last year's figure of $249.6 million for the same period. The net income too increased to $11.4 million compared to $8.1 million last year.
Devoran en Francia 7 toneladas de ancas de rana durante una feria
29 de abril de 2004
Siete toneladas de ancas de ranas fueron devoradas durante el pasado fin de semana en Vittel (Vosges) donde se celebró la 32 feria de la rana, organizada como cada cuarto fin de semana de abril por la Cofradía de catadores de ancas de rana de la ciudad.
Group alleges health risks from farm-raised shrimp. Public Citizen cites 'wretched cocktail' of chemicals and wastes
27 de abril de 2004
As struggling U.S. shrimpers seek protection from a flood of cheap imports, the national consumer organization Public Citizen has opened a separate campaign to spotlight what it views as the health risks of farm-raised shrimp that mostly come from abroad. "Shrimp farms produce a wretched cocktail of chemicals, shrimp feed and shrimp feces," the campaign's field director, Andrianna Natsoulas, said recently in a prepared statement. "We want consumers to understand the real cost of shrimp and what it's doing to their health."
Sink or swim for salmon farm industry
27 de abril de 2004
MARINE Harvest Scotland and Loch Duart Ltd are both in the same game, producing farmed salmon in the pristine sea lochs off the west coast for a seemingly insatiable global market. But whilst their end products are largely identical, the businesses could not be further apart. One is the Scottish subsidiary of a global corporation - the biggest producer of farmed salmon in the world - which employs more than 4,000 people and has production operations in five countries in addition to Scotland; the other is the newest, and one of the smallest, salmon farms in the country, independent and wholly Scottish owned, employing just 34 people.
Izar-Fene presenta en Bruselas sus plataformas de acuicultura marina
27 de abril de 2004
'Técnicos de la empresa ferrolana Izar-Fene comparecerán hoy en la última reunión de la comisión de Pesca de la Eurocámara de esta legislatura, según recordó el eurodiputado popular Daniel Varela en un comunicado. El objetivo de la comparecencia de los técnicos de Izar-Fene es exponer ante los eurodiputados los proyectos innovadores de la empresa para construir plataformas marinas de acuicultura en alta mar.
El gobierno de Yucatan, México, planea poner este año poner en operación 21 granjas de tilapia.
27 de abril de 2004
La Secretaría de Desarrollo Rural y Pesca planea poner en funcionamiento 21 granjas integrales de tilapia en todo el Estado con fines comerciales y no de autoconsumo como tradicionalmente se hace. Juan Carlos Coyoc Mis, encargado de proyectos acuícolas de la Dirección de Pesca, informa que hay 184 estanques en el Estado donde se producen tilapias.
Officials worry shrimp virus may spread
26 de abril de 2004
Despite measures taken to quarantine a virus at a Kaua'i shrimp farm, the disease could spread to native crustaceans and ultimately harm the reef ecosystem, state officials said. The state Department of Agriculture quarantined Ceatech USA Inc.'s shrimp farm in Kekaha after white spot syndrome virus, which causes serious disease in crustaceans, was discovered earlier this month. The virus is highly contagious and fatal to sea life, but poses no threat to humans, even if infected shrimp are eaten, the state said.
Jumbo news about shrimp comes from the Oceanic Institute
26 de abril de 2004
Researchers at the Oceanic Institute say they are achieving record-breaking shrimp production using a new method, funded by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. It's called Biosecure Zero-Exchange Shrimp Technology, a closed system that recirculates water and keeps disease agents out. Traditional shrimp farming methods use thousands of times more water.
El consumo de trucha en España descendió un 10% en 2003
26 de abril de 2004
El consumo de trucha por parte de los españoles bajó en 2003 un 10%, debido fundamentalmente a la pérdida de capacidad adquisitiva de los hogares, según el director de la Organización de Productores Piscicultores (OPP), Raúl Rodríguez.
En el Golfo de México, se preparan para enfrentar veda . Productores de camarón se quejan de que la contaminación y las vedas los mantiene en ruinas
26 de abril de 2004
Lo anterior lo dio a conocer el jefe de pesca de la Secretaría del Medio Ambiente, Recursos Naturales y Pesca (Semarnap) en la región, Víctor Hernández Mena. Sin embargo, para la dirigente de Pescadores de Ciudad del Carmen, María Compañ Ceballos, ya existe el rumor entre los pescadores camaroneros, que las dependencias normativas de la pesca en el país, impondrán veda al crustáceo a partir del los últimos días de abril, lo que agravará la situación.
Committee rewrites measure to post shrimp-origin signs. Original bill required notices in restaurant
24 de abril de 2004
A bill to require restaurants to disclose the national origin of the shrimp they serve was gutted by a Senate panel Thursday. The Natural Resources Committee rewrote Senate Bill 47 by Sen. Chris Ullo, D-Marrero, to allow, but not require, restaurants that serve shrimp or shrimp dishes to display "to its customers information as to the country or state of origin" of the shrimp. The amendments by Sen. Nick Gautreaux, D-Abbeville, passed 6-1 after Ullo left the room to preside over another committee meeting. The bill was then approved on a unanimous vote.
New campaign aims to drive down U.S. shrimp consumption. Group blames Red Lobster, others for addicting Americans to shrimp
23 de abril de 2004
The Wave A few weeks ago, Wave Editor Dan McGovern gave y'all a heads up about the consumer advocacy group Public Citizen and its opposition to shrimp farming. I hope you were paying attention to his warning. Yesterday, the group released a press statement announcing its plans for a new campaign aimed at "educating U.S. consumers about the myriad environmental, health and economic problems surrounding farm-raised shrimp." I caught up with Andrianna Natsoulas, field director for group, to learn more about the campaign. You might want to pay attention to this. "This campaign will be targeting consumers," Natsoulas told me. "So we're talking about consumers throughout the United States -- inland consumers, coastal consumers. A lot of the inland consumers have been hooked on shrimp through these various family-style restaurants, whether it be Red Lobster or Long John Silver's .the family-style restaurant, inland, has really been the pioneer in hooking consumers on shrimp."
EMPRESA CHILENA EVALUA COMPRA DE SALMON EN NORUEGA
23 de abril de 2004
Multiexport, la quinta mayor salmonera chilena, evalúa adquirir una empresa en Noruega para potenciar su presencia en el mercado europeo y complementar los ciclos productivos del negocio en su país.
En Yucatán, México, nuevos esfuerzos en pro de la pesca. Habrá más impulso al cultivo de tilapia y la captura de langosta
23 de abril de 2004
En reunión efectuada en el auditorio de la Secretaría de Desarrollo Rural y Pesca, el día 19 de abríl se instalaron los comités de los Sistemas Producto Tilapia y Langosta, que tienen como fin propiciar la integración de quienes conforman la cadena producción-proceso-comercialización-consumo de esas pesquerías y definir acciones para su fortalecimiento.
PREOCUPACIÓN EN EL MERCADO DE LA NUEVA VIGA, EN MÉXICO, POR OLA DE SECUESTROS A EMPRESARIOS COMERCIALIZADORES DE PESCADOS Y MARISCOS
22 de abril de 2004
Un promedio de 1 secuestro por cada dos meses, han estado padeciendo los empresarios del mercado de la Nueva Viga en el Distrito Federal, en México. Hay preocupación por suponer la participación de bandas organizadas de alto nivel, que han tomado como blanco este mercado en los últimos meses, ante el despiste de autoridades correspondientes. Se considera que esta ola de secuestros puede afectar a la industria pesquera y acuícola mexicana, ya que el mercado de La Nueva Viga, es el principal centro distribuidor de pescados y mariscos del país, y al verse afectados los mayoristas, las repercusiones se van a reflejar hacía a trás en la cadena de comercialización.
Get ready for a hike in seafood consumption. Expect baby boomers, Hispanics and health-conscious consumers to drive up demand in the future
21 de abril de 2004
The first baby boomers, born in 1946, will turn 65 in 2011. Americans between the ages of 65 and 74 are projected to represent 16.5 percent of the total population in 2020, up from 12.4 percent in 2000, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. An estimated 70 million Americans will reach 60 by 2020. Meanwhile, the burgeoning U.S. Hispanic population grew 9.8 percent, to 38.8 million, from 2000 to 2002. Hispanics are expected to account for 18 percent of the total population in 2020, up from 12.6 percent in 2000. Studies have shown that these two demographics eat around 25 percent more seafood than the average American, says seafood consultant Howard Johnson of H.M. Johnson & Associates in Jacksonville, Ore. Boomers eat more seafood because they’re health conscious, and Hispanics eat more because seafood is a traditional part of their cuisine. America’s 13.1 million Asians also eat more seafood than most Americans, and Asians are expected to represent 5.8 percent of the total population in 2020, up from 3.9 percent in 2000.
Aquaculture leaders told to get tough with unfair critics
21 de abril de 2004
PEOPLE or organisations who produce incorrect or misleading 'evidence' against fish farming need to be met with firm action, even to the point of being taken to court. This is one of the messages delegates to the AquaVision 2004 conference will hear in June. "In some cases, such as the most recent attack on salmon farming from a group in the US, the industry needs to be prepared to fight back," says Alfons Schmid, Food Safety and Consumer Health vice president for Royal Ahold, the international supermarket group.
Aumentó 40% la producción de harina de pescado en febrero, en Perú.
21 de abril de 2004
La producción de harina de pescado creció 40 por ciento en febrero frente al mismo mes del año pasado, a 27.500 toneladas métricas, impulsada por una mayor pesca de anchoveta, la materia prima para elaborarla, informó el martes el gobierno. Perú, el mayor productor mundial de harina de pescado, acumuló así 88.400 toneladas métricas del producto en los dos primeros meses del año, casi 200 por ciento más frente a las 29.500 toneladas sumadas entre enero y febrero del 2003.

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