Seafood

Prejudice against women ‘prevalent in seafood industry’

Prejudice against women remains a problem in the UK seafood industry, warned industry body Seafish

Prejudice against women remains a common problem in the UK seafood sector, revealed a new survey by industry body Seafish, as the organisation urged more women to join the sector.

Northcoast Seafoods md Fridrik Thorsteinsson (centre) accepts the Retail Product of the Year award from Yearsley Group director Jonathan Baker (l) and BFF chief executive John Hyman

Seafood maker and pub supplier win frozen food awards

Young's Seafood has welcomed new actions to cut down on discarded fishing gear polluting the ocean. Image credit: Wikipedia user Mstelfox

Young’s welcomes ocean clean-up initiative

Oban Fish Selling Co Ltd was fined £13,500 for the offences

Fish processor to pay £15,000 for hygiene offences

A Somerset gangmaster has been fined £4,000 for supplying workers to a fish processor without a licence

Gangmaster fined for ‘acting above the law’

(Left to right) Farne Salmon and Trout's Angus Forbes, Magdalena Tomczak and Monika Kubowicz, with VIBES' Gillian Bruce

Environmental plan saves salmon processor £375k

Seafood firm Icelandic Seachill accepted an offer from Seagold for one of its facilities

Icelandic Seachill accepts Seagold offer for factory

Shellfish and seaweed could be farmed in the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon

Aquaculture potential for tidal lagoon

The Scottish seafood sector hopes to boost exports at Seafood Expo Global in Brussels

Scottish seafood sector export plans

Five Star Fish gained a £5M investment from owner 2 Sisters Food Group

2 Sisters’ fish processor gets £5M investment

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