How often to you read a positive story on fisheries around the world ? Often its about the steep decline of fisheries resources and collapsed fisheries. Well here is a positive story from New Zealand. An article recently released by the Government department responsible for managing the sustainability of New Zealand's fisheries... read on
Three of New Zealand's largest seafood companies paired with Plant and Food research and the New Zealand Government have developed a way of keeping trawled fish alive and improves the likelihood of undersize fish escaping unharmed. This creates huge benefits to the the quality of trawled fish and sustainability efforts of the New Zealand fishing industry.... read on
Two New Zealand delicacies: Kato Sauvignon Blanc from the Awatere Valley and Kaipara Oysters, named after the harbour they're farmed in, the Kaipara Harbour.... read on
Back in Bluff, New Zealand the boats are finding gaps in the atrocious weather to fill the Chinese demand for Spiny Rock Lobster. Here is a picture when the seas are flat !! New Zealand Spiny Rock Lobster (aka. Crayfish) is caught in traps and flown live to the markets in China.... read on
The vessel skippers, crew and staff at Urwin & Co in Bluff, New Zealand know what they're doing when it comes to exporting quality wild catch seafood. So they should, they've been doing it for 120 years. Still family owned and operated,... read on
New Zealand's iconic and most sought after fish, the Blue Cod, is available in Toronto at Rodneys Oyster House on King West. Blue Cod is a mild tasting seafood that has a flakey medium texture and is incredibly versatile.... read on
Greenshell Mussels has won two awards at New Zealand's American Chamber of Commerce Success and Innovation Awards... read on
Live Kaipara oysters from the cold clean waters of New Zealand are flying into Rodneys Oyster House in Toronto this week. During the months of Summer when the water warms up, the North American oysters are in poor condition. These New Zealand oysters are from cold winter waters and are in prime condition. They're plump and full of flavour!