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THREE crab products developed by Associated Seafoods Ltd (ASL) have reached the final of this year's Grampian Food Forum Innovation Awards.

Read more: Crab trio up for award

WHILE yesterday's agreement over mackerel quotas in the Northeast Atlantic has caused some resentment amongst Scotland's pelagic sector, the EU-Norway quota deal seems to have been greeted with greater enthusiasm by the whitefish fleet.

Read more: Whitefish sector pleased with Norway deal

A FIVE year trilateral agreement between the EU, Norway and the Faroes on mackerel share allocations for the north-east Atlantic has been agreed this evening – an outcome that could make Scotland's most valuable fishery worth an extra £83 million this year alone.

Read more: £83 million boost for Scots pelagics

DESPITE assurances from Fisheries Secretary Richard Lochhead that yesterday's deal over mackerel quotas in the Northeast Atlantic should be seen as a major boon for Scotland's pelagic industry, not all fishermen are impressed.

Read more: Deal soured by Faroese “piracy”

THE University of Stirling's Institute of Aquaculture is currently seeking an enthusiastic researcher to co-ordinate a feed-related project in Ghana for the next two years. Dubbed PROTEINsect, the initiative looks at using insects to transform agricultural waste into products valuable for both fish and crop production.

Read more: Insects in aquaculture: Ghanaian opportunity 

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