Taiwanese food service company Fue Shin Fishery Ltd.(FSF) and the NGO Ocean Outcomes (O2) have once again partnered to begin a fishery improvement project in the Indian Ocean. On Monday, O2 announced that the FIP comprises 10 Taiwanese and Chinese-flagged longliners collectively catching around 1,600 M/T of albacore, bigeye, yellowfin and skipjack annually. Around half of the raw material, mainly albacore, is headed to the US while the remaining goes to Thailand for processing.
As part of the work, FSF and O2 will improve quality, verification and provision of participating vessel catch data, ensure better documenting and mitigating interactions with endangered, protected and threatened species. They will also identify and address any human rights needs on the vessels to ensure safe and fair working conditions for the crew. The organizations are aiming for an MSC certification for this fishery by 2028. FSF and O2 have been working together since last year on two other longliner FIPs in the Pacific and IO.
Dongwon is expanding its foothold in the pet food sector. It recently launched three new cat snacks in a squeeze stick or paste form called ‘Nutristic’ under the ‘Nutriplan’ pet food brand. The 56 g packs come in three different flavors: tuna, tuna and salmon, tuna and chicken breast. Dongwon claims the products, made from 100 percent human grade tuna and other food ingredients, has fat burning properties and will help to boost the heart health of cats.
Dongwon, known for their unique marketing techniques on social media and other platforms, has lined up an array of promotions for ‘Nutristic.’ It is collaborating with Kakao webtoon and also introducing videos featuring people with their pet cats. Nutriplan launched wet cans with human grade albacore cat food last August.
The “Tuna Turner burger” created by renowned La Misión restaurant in Madrid recently won the Audacious award for the most original hamburger in Spain for 2023. It is a tribute to rock legend Tina Turner. Years ago, Pelayo Galán, in charge of this restaurant, along with a group of relatives, traveled to Miami and found how successful fish burgers can be. So, he decided to do the best interpretation of such a dish. The burger got its name because Galán’s father is a fan of the singer, reported Elle.
According to the restaurant, the success of the dish lies in its simple but high-quality ingredients -- brioche bread with, seared 150-gram yellowfin fillet on avocado and topped with sesame seeds, sriracha mayonnaise, gherkin, and wakame seaweed.
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