Spain in the Eurofish Magazine

by Thomas Jensen

Capital  SpainCapital: Madrid

PopPopulation: 46.43 million 
(2016, Eurostat)

EuroGDP: €1.22 billion (2015, Eurostat)

GDP/capita €23,000 (2015, Eurostat)

 

 


Overview of the Spanish coverage in the Eurofish Magazine

Eurofish Magazine 2 2020

Page 25 Decisions on fisheries management are based on the best available scientific advice – Strong support for data collecting efforts
Page 28 A mutually beneficial arrangement will be a fitting end to a long relationship – Spain hopes Brexit deal will maintain the status quo
Page 35 Puerto De Celeiro S.A.OPP 77, a producer organisation specialised in fresh longlined hake – Environmental and quality product certifications
Page 37 FLAG projects address the challenges to the artisanal fishing fleet in the Ría de Pontevedra – Striving for bottom–up development in Galicia
Page 40 Researchers at the University of Oviedo work to prevent the spread of invasive alien species through research and outreach – New tools help identify alien species
Page 43 FLAG Costa Sostible in Galicia boosts employment among shellfish gatherers – The hub of Spanish cockle production

 

Eurofish Magazine 4 2018

Page 36 The fish and seafood farming sector needs support if it is to realise its potential – Removing the bottlenecks facing the aquaculture industry 
Page 39 Innovation at all levels of the fish farming value chain are critical to achieving – Blue Growth Aquaculture drives Blue Growth in Spain 
Page 41 Spanish seafood associations help to maintain the competitiveness of their members – Conxemar promotes sustainability, trade, and the benefits of seafood 
Page 43 Fedepesca is betting that a focus on sustainability will reverse the slide in specialised fish retailer numbers  – Fish shops go green 
Page 46 Puerto de Celeiro SA Producers Organization 77 – Quality and sustainability define hake from Celeiro 
Page 48 AECOC/GS suggests ways to increase seafood consumption – Seven challenges for seafood products

 

Eurofish Magazine 6 2016

Page 34 Aquaculture activities to receive boost – More innovation and less red tape
Page 35 Measures against unlawful catching and trading activities are a path of no return – Combating illegal fishing is a priority for the administration
Page 37 Understanding and reversing the recent fall in Spanish seafood consumption – Challenges facing the seafood products market in Spain
Page 38 ANFACO has opened a cutting edge centre for food technologies – New laboratory develops foods of the future
Page 40 Canned tuna producers on the EU market must be subject to the same rules – Spanish Traceability Observatory demands level playing field
Page 41 Fish welfare receives a boost – Best practice in fish slaughtering
Page 42 A unique fishmongers network in Europe – Breathing new life into an old tradition

Eurofish Magazine 4 2014

Page 40 Andrés Hermida Trastoy, Director General of Fisheries Management, Spain – Profitability o
f fleet increases

Page 42 Aurora De Blas Carbonero, Deputy Director for Fisheries – Economics encouraging the role of women in Spanish fisheries
Page 44 The fisheries sector in Spain – Processing industry weathers the crisis
Page 48 Promising growth continues in the Canaries – Fishing in the Canaries is soaring
Page 50 Tunamar is approaching fifteen years in the tuna industry – Fishing, processing and Europe-wide distribution of sashimi-grade tuna
Page 51 Isidro de la Cal have pioneered seabream aquaculture – Mix of aquaculture and imports, fresh and frozen, processed and distributed throughout Europe

 

 

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