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  #2015791 14-May-2018 15:20
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Hmm, Hawkes Bay Seafoods, definitely not sustainable:

 

 

 

https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/100241472/fisheries-trial-ends-abruptly-after-seven-months-with-guilty-pleas-entered-to-122-charges

 

 

 

 


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  #2015794 14-May-2018 15:25
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Yes, it was exceptionally poor by them.  Was offending up to 2014. They are watched like a hawk now. 


 
 
 
 


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  #2015797 14-May-2018 15:27
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Same directors also prosecuted for the same offences back in to nineties as well, so watching didn't stop them last time!


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  #2015893 14-May-2018 15:56
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fated:

 

Same directors also prosecuted for the same offences back in to nineties as well, so watching didn't stop them last time!

 

 

The watching of the 90's and noughties bears little resemblance to now. It's possible they are still infringing, who knows. I'd imagine it would be pretty hard to not get caught these days. 


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  #2016147 15-May-2018 09:40
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networkn:

 

 buy my seafood here: hbseafoods.co.nz I really really rate it. I usually buy the freight free specials (as that's what they have lots of).

 

 

If you are interested in ethical purchasing of seafood you might want to google Hawkes Bay Seafoods. 

 

For anyone in Wellington, Wellington Seamarket (stores on Cuba and Lambton) sell's nice fresh fish.





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  #2016178 15-May-2018 10:24
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MikeAqua:

 

networkn:

 

 buy my seafood here: hbseafoods.co.nz I really really rate it. I usually buy the freight free specials (as that's what they have lots of).

 

 

If you are interested in ethical purchasing of seafood you might want to google Hawkes Bay Seafoods. 

 

For anyone in Wellington, Wellington Seamarket (stores on Cuba and Lambton) sell's nice fresh fish.

 

 

Their history was discussed above. 

 

 


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  #2016184 15-May-2018 10:32
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networkn:

 

Their history was discussed above. 

 

 

Yeah spotted that after I posted.





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