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Association of Peruvian Anchovy Producers Pursues MSC Certification

... tons of seafood. Of fish for human consumption, they represent more than 42 percent of the world's wild salmon catch, 40 percent of the world's prime whitefish catch and 18 percent of the world's lobster catch. Worldwide, more than 2000 seafood products resulting from the certified fisheries bear the blue MSC...

Fatty Fish May Cut Heart Failure Risk in Men

...rt disease or diabetes developed heart failure, and 34 of them died from the disorder. Men who ate fatty fish -- such as salmon, mackerel, herring, whitefish and char -- once a week were 12 percent less likely to develop heart failure than men who never ate fatty fish. The study also found that men who cons...

New Wellness(R) WellBars(R) Dog Snack Flavors Receive a Round of 'Paw-pplause'

...nd are perfect for dogs both large and small. Now available in five tasty flavors -- Chicken & Cheddar Cheese, Grain-free Lamb & Apples, whitefish & Sweet Potato, Crunchy Peanut & Honey and Yogurt, Apples & Bananas -- WellBars offer the same quality natural nutrition consumers...

Stephen Bablitch to Join Aurora Health Care's Senior Leadership Team

...h is a native of Stevens Point and received his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison . He lives with his family in whitefish Bay. Bablitch will begin his role at Aurora on March 23. Aurora Health Care is a not-for-profit health care provider and a nationally recogn...

Chemical come-on successfully lures lovesick lampreys to traps

...ish attacked by a sea lamprey will survive. A sea lamprey can kill 40 or more pounds of fish, and they've caused the extinction of three species of whitefish in the Great Lakes. The U.S. and Canadian governments together spend about $10 million to $15 million per year on lamprey control. "It made sense f...

The Wellness(R) Core(R) Family Continues to Grow With New Higher Protein, Grain-Free Canned Varieties for Cats and Dogs

... consumers who like to offer their pets a complementary wet and dry meal. Dogs can enjoy CORE Canned Turkey, Chicken Liver and Turkey Liver or Salmon, whitefish and Herring recipes. On the menu for cats are CORE Canned Chicken, Turkey and Chicken Liver for poultry lovers and Salmon, Whitefish and Herring for t...

Now You Can Have Your Fish and Enjoy It Too...

... Parmesan Crusted Fish features a parmesan crusted whitefish filet topped with melted cheese with penne pas... Tortilla Crusted Fish features a tortilla crusted whitefish filet with rice, poblano peppers, roasted red ...uce. -- Lemon Pepper Fish combines lightly coated whitefish with rice, broccoli and red peppers in a lemon...

Introducing New Wellness(R) CORE(TM) Dog Ocean Formula - The Most Balanced Fish-Based Grain-Free Diet Available

...anine health. Each grain-free kibble is packed with protein from whitefish, whitefish meal, salmon meal and menhaden fish meal, along with a proprietary blend of.../dog_wellness_grain_reduced.html ) with Deboned Turkey, Turkey, Chicken and whitefish Meals and Chicken Liver that is 28% less fat than Original Formula. As wi...

NutritionPedia Adds Nutrition Facts for Over 6,000 Menu Items From 70 Leading Fast-Casual and Family Dining Restaurant Chains

...arbucks Vanilla Latte (320 calories), plus new, healthier menu items including McDonald's Fruit n' Yogurt Parfait (160 calories) and Applebee's Lowfat whitefish with Mango Salsa (437 calories). The nutritional content of menu items available at the following cafeterias, pure-play franchisers, and company-oper...

Education Key Focus of Michigan Policy Summit

... K-12, intermediate school districts, community colleges, universities, and local government. Our 94 locals extend as far south as Monroe and north to whitefish Township in the Upper Peninsula. ...
Whitefish in Medical Products

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Whitefish in Biological News

Zebra mussels hang on while quagga mussels take over

...ms. Quagga mussels may be the reason Diporea, a small shrimp-like species that serves as a food source for larger fish, is no longer abundant. The whitefish that feed on Diporea are growing to less than half of their expected size. Both Peyer and Lee hope that understanding the biological differences b...

Eating fatty fish once a week reduces men's risk of heart failure

...abetes) developed heart failure. Thirty-four men died. Analysis of their numbers showed that the men who ate fatty fish (herring, mackerel, salmon, whitefish and char) once a week were 12 percent less likely to develop heart failure, compared with men who ate no fatty fish. Although this association did not...

Study links ecosystem changes in temperate lakes to climate warming

...es, compared with temperate regions," says Dr. Smol, recipient of the 2004 Herzberg Gold Medal as Canada's top scientist. In a detailed study from whitefish Bay, Lake of the Woods, located in northwestern Ontario, strong relationships were found between changes in the lake algae and long-term changes in ai...

Study links ecosystem changes in temperate lakes to climate warming

...es, compared with temperate regions," says Dr. Smol, recipient of the 2004 Herzberg Gold Medal as Canada's top scientist. In a detailed study from whitefish Bay, Lake of the Woods, located in northwestern Ontario, strong relationships were found between changes in the lake algae and long-term changes in ai...

A Great Lakes mystery: The case of the disappearing species

...ource for commercially important species like lake whitefish and many prey fish upon which salmon, trout and wa...he food source for the commercially important lake whitefish and now supply only about 5 percent. Since the cru... the 1990s, growth rates and the condition of lake whitefish have substantially fallen off, Madenjian said. ...

Ancient fish bones reveal impacts of global warming beneath the sea

...tal variability on fisheries for herring, eel, and whitefish in Limfjord, Denmark The Limfjord in northern ...ion of historical data series for herring, eel and whitefish the question has now been answered. We now know t...e eel fisheries before it had fully recovered. The whitefish did not survive the salinity obstacle and has neve...

For some young fish, early gene expression is a clear harbinger of fated lifestyle

...aurent Excoffier of the University of Bern, along with colleagues from France, Ireland, Denmark, and the UK. Salmonid fish, which include trout and whitefish as well as salmon, show exceptional levels of life-history variation--that is, residential and migratory types often co-occur within a single populati...
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