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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

By James Ridler

Fish and seafood processor Young’s Seafood has welcomed action taken by the Global Ghost Gear Initiative (GGGI) to tackle marine pollution, a “hidden threat” to the seafood industry.

More than 900 jobs were at risk

450 jobs saved at Young’s after £1.35M investment

By Nicholas Robinson

Young’s will create more than 200 jobs after securing £1.35M of investment, following a recent announcement to ditch more than 900 jobs when it lost a major contract to supply Sainsbury in June.

Young's Seafood provides a range of frozen and chilled fish products

Young’s Seafood builds on strong chilled growth

By Rod Addy

Young’s Seafood boosted sales of its brand by 21% in the chilled food category in the past year and has announced plans to expand its chilled range, with new innovation, in 2015.

The value of fish landed at Scottish ports last year sank by 9%

Scottish fish landings sink 9% in value

By Michael Stones

A 9% fall in the value of fish landed at Scottish ports last year represented “a startling drop”, according to the Scottish Fishermen’s Federation (SFF).

Postler's new fish-packaging concept

Fear of fish

By Lorraine Mullaney

With their slippery scales and staring eyes, fish are often avoided by squeamish consumers. Lorraine Mullaney seeks packaging solutions

 Illegal fishing threatens the viability of honest businesses that refuse to deal with criminals

Politicians ready to fillet fish cheats

By Graham Holter

Illegal fishing, which now accounts for 15% of world catches according to EU calculations, distorts the market for fish, and threatens the viability of honest businesses that refuse to deal with criminals, warned politicians.

Jamie Oliver: Don't mention the word bones

Fish consumption needs a new plaice to start

By Mike Stones

British fish consumption has fallen victim to a lost generation of British mothers who don’t know how to choose fish, cook it or serve it, warns the industry authority Seafish.

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