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Seafood Fraud: France, star student of Europe

Following the recent crises that rocked the meat industry in Europe, BLOOM, Oceana, researchers from INSERM and the National Museum of Natural History, and Terra eco magazine teamed up to take on seafood traceability in France by conducting a unique investigation into fish labelling fraud. Over the course of one year, 10 regions were studied More…

Analysis of the Scapeche accounts

The fleet of French supermarket chain Intermarché, “Scapêche”, is the largest French deep-sea fleet, with six bottom trawlers targeting deep-sea species, mainly in UK waters. In July 2012, the European Commission proposed to phase out deep-sea bottom trawling, a fishing method which has been described by researchers as “the most destructive fishing gear in history”. More…

Analysis of accounts of the French deep-sea operators

The fleet of French supermarket chain Intermarché, “Scapêche”, is the largest French deep-sea fleet, with six bottom trawlers targeting deep-sea species, mainly in UK waters. In July 2012, the European Commission proposed to phase out deep-sea bottom trawling, a fishing method which has been described by researchers as “the most destructive fishing gear in history”. More…

Deep Impact

Facts, only facts…on the great seabeds and deep-sea fishing in the North-East Atlantic ocean

BLOOM’s Study on School Canteens

  BLOOM’s Study on School Canteens (full manuscript – French) : Do our children eat at-risk fish species? BLOOM’s Study on School Canteens (summary – English): At-risk fish species served in school canteens

Deep-Sea Fisheries Report

  The Ecological and Socio-Economic Profile of Deep-Sea Fisheries (in French)

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