Publicado por: pongpesca | 2010/11/29

Vários – FIS – 28 de Novembro de 2010

EU: aboratories show they can accurately measure heavy metals

A new report studying the abilities of laboratories worldwide to measure heavy metals – arsenic, cadmium, lead, mercury, methylmercury and inorganic arsenic – in seafood has been published by the Joint Research Centre (JRC). Of the 57 laboratories who reported back on their values, 80-96 per cent showed satisfactory scores depending on the heavy metal tested. 

Spain: Military training for security guards on board tuna vessels

The Ministry of Defence has agreed with the owners of tuna vessels fishing in the Indian Ocean, to provide military advice and training to private security officers who travel on board these ships.

Portugal: Investment of EUR 20 million to construct plant in Norway

A company which processes and markets cod, Rui Costa e Sousa e Irmão, will place a reception unit for fresh fish in Andenes, Norway. Thus, seeking greater control of the proction chain from the beginning to the end product.

Fonte: FIS Newsletter – 28 de Novembro de 2010

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