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Better Fishing Family

Better Fishing Family

15th January 2020

When sustainable fishing is mentioned around the world, New Zealand’s Quota Management System (QMS) is often cited. Under the QMS, a total allowable catch is set for each species every …

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At the Forefront of Casual Dining

At the Forefront of Casual Dining

18th March 2019

In the fourth edition of our Chef's Table Interviews, we speak to Nick Chan, head chef at Yardbird Hong Kong. Read on to see why he views casual dining as the future cuisine. …

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A Sustainable Approach to Beekeeping

A Sustainable Approach to Beekeeping

18th March 2019

Kai Ora Honey are the producers of some of New Zealand’s highest quality manuka honey. A Maori family-owned business, Kai Ora was inspired by the vision of their late grandmother, and …

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A Recipe to Fight Climate Change

A Recipe to Fight Climate Change

25th February 2019

Continuing with our Chef's Table Interviews series, Bo Sorenson shares his thoughts with us about Hong Kong’s culinary scene. Why did you decide to become a chef a …

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Promoting Sustainability in Hong Kong

Promoting Sustainability in Hong Kong

18th February 2019

Per capita seafood consumption in Hong Kong is among the highest in the world: we each eat in excess of 70kg of seafood a year. Taking into account the territory’s population, that’s a …

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Plastic in Our Oceans

Plastic in Our Oceans

11th February 2019

We all see the inviting, high-definition pictures that tourist companies and country promoters present to us; wonderful, pure, white beaches with crystal-clear sea water. But take a wa …

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Storing and Cooking Shellfish

Storing and Cooking Shellfish

9th February 2019

Storage For live product, the temperature should ideally be close to that of the fish's natural environment at the time, so will vary according to the year. For pr …

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Diversity and the Future

Diversity and the Future

4th February 2019

Recently, we spoke to Hong Kong born chef, Ron Zajac as part of our ongoing series of interviews. Here’s what he had to say. Why did you decide to become a chef an …

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Grass-Fed or Grain-Fed?

Grass-Fed or Grain-Fed?

2nd February 2019

Our Carbon Footprint It’s no secret that global warming is among the most talked about environmental issues today. Although there are many causes for this phenomen …

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How Aquaculture can Save the World

How Aquaculture can Save the World

21st January 2019

Aquaculture, or fish-farming is an important source of protein, particularly in less affluent parts of the world. Yet the industry has occasionally suffered in the court of public opin …

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Make Our Oceans Great Again

Make Our Oceans Great Again

15th December 2018

From the Land to the Sea The capacity for the earth to produce food is under stress. The twin challenges of a rising population and stagnating crop yields demand a …

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