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ACTA SCIENTIFIC MICROBIOLOGY - NOV 2018 - Use of Probiotics in Shrimp Aquaculture in Bangladesh. RES. AGRIC. LIVEST. FISH - MAI 2016 - Impacts of climate change on shrimp farming in the South-West coastal region of Bangladesh. Journal of Aquatic Science and Marine Biology Volume 1, Issue 1, 2018, A Critial Evaluation of Regulatory Regime in the Shrimp Hatchery of Bangladesh in Light of the EU Requirements. SHRIMPALLIANCE 05/02/18 2018 Begins With Bangladeshi Shrimp Refused Entry for Banned Antibiotics and Indian Shrimp Refused Entry for Salmonella. The five entry line refusals in January all came from one FDA division and were related to shipments from two companies: Sea Fresh (Bangladesh), a company that is not currently listed on Import Alert 16-124, Import Alert 16-127, or Import Alert 16-129, had four entry lines refused for shrimp contaminated with nitrofurans by the Division of West Coast Imports on January 22, 2018; and Zhangzhou TaiWang Food Co., Ltd.

SHRIMPALLIANCE 05/02/18 2018 Begins With Bangladeshi Shrimp Refused Entry for Banned Antibiotics and Indian Shrimp Refused Entry for Salmonella

(China), a company that has not been exempted from Import Alert 16-131, had one entry line refused for shrimp contaminated with veterinary drug residues by the Division of West Coast Imports on January 24, 2018 Also in January, the FDA reported refusing fourteen (14) shrimp entry lines because of salmonella, with all but one of these shipments originating in India. Three separate Indian exporters – Falcon Marine Exports Pvt. Ltd. (1 entry line); Sandhya Aqua Exports Pvt. OCEANDOCS 26/09/18 The use of chemicals in carp and shrimp aquaculture in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Lao PDR, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Viet Nam. SUSTAINING ETHICAL AQUACULTURE - 2013 - A sustainable future for shrimp production in Bangladesh? An ethical perspective on the conventional and organic supply chain of shrimp aquaculture in Bangladesh. UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND - Shrimp Culture in Bangladesh with Emphasis on Social and Economic Aspects. Toxicology Reports Volume 3, 2016, Assessment of heavy metals contamination and human health risk in shrimp collected from different farms and rivers at Khulna-Satkhira region, Bangladesh.

Abstract This study is aimed to assess the heavy metals contamination and health risk in Shrimp (Macrobrachium rosenbergii and Penaeus monodon) collected from Khulna-Satkhira region in Bangladesh.

Toxicology Reports Volume 3, 2016, Assessment of heavy metals contamination and human health risk in shrimp collected from different farms and rivers at Khulna-Satkhira region, Bangladesh

The results showed that the Pb concentrations (0.52–1.16 mg/kg) in all shrimp samples of farms were higher than the recommended limit. The Cd levels (0.05–0.13 mg/kg) in all samples and Cr levels in all farms except tissue content at Satkhira farm were higher than the permissible limits. The individual concentration of Pb, Cd, and Cr between shrimp tissue and shell in all rivers and farms were not statistically significant (P > 0.05). Target hazard quotient (THQ) and hazard index (HI) were estimated to assess the non-carcinogenic health risks. Keywords Lead; Cadmium; Chromium; Shrimp; Health hazard; Noncarcinogenic risk 1. The processed frozen shrimp industry is one of the largest export industries in Bangladesh, earning about $448 million per year. 2. 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. 2.4. 2.5. 2.6. 2.7. SOLIDARITY CENTER - JANV 2008 - The true cost of shrimp How Shrimp Industry Workers in Bangladesh and Thailand Pay the Price for Affordable Shrimp. Reviews in Environmental Science and Bio/Technology 02/2013; Impacts of shrimp farming on the coastal environment of Bangladesh and approach for management.

Office of Research and Publications - 2010 - Problems and Prospects of Shrimp Farming in Bangladesh. BANGLADESH FROZEN FOODS EXPORTERS ASSOCIATION - 2014 - Présentation : Sea Food Export from Bangladesh and Current Status of Traceability. FOOD SAFETY IN FOOD SECURITY- SEPT 2003 - Case Study: The Shrimp Export Industry in Bangladesh. WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY - MARS 2014 - An update of shrimp and prawn supply chain initiatives in Bangladesh. LE MARIN 17/01/14 Le coût humain derrière la crevette importée du Bangladesh.

Si la crevette du Bangladesh nous arrive si peu chère, c’est que derrière, les droits de l’homme sont bafoués.

LE MARIN 17/01/14 Le coût humain derrière la crevette importée du Bangladesh

L’Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF) a sorti, le 16 janvier, un rapport et un film accablants, témoignages et analyses à l’appui. Le Bangladesh est l’un des dix premiers exportateurs de crevettes. C’est sa deuxième source de devises après l'industrie du vêtement. Mais les conditions de travail y sont abusives : absence de sécurité, santé en danger, exploitation des enfants, servitude pour dette, retenue de salaires, salaire excessivement bas, violence verbale, heures excessives… La demande mondiale pour une offre abondante de crevettes bon marché a causé l’expansion rapide de cette industrie et des lacunes réglementaires importantes, explique l’EJF.

L’EJF appelle à un engagement des acheteurs, en Europe et aux États-Unis, pour faire cesser ce travail forcé ou servile. As. J. Food Ag-Ind. 2009, 2(04), 440-444 Studies on toxic elements accumulation in shrimp from fish feed used in BangladeshChemi. WIKIPEDIA - Fishing in Bangladesh. Bangladesh being a first line littoral state of the Indian Ocean has a very good source of marine resources in the Bay of Bengal.

WIKIPEDIA - Fishing in Bangladesh.

The country has an exclusive economic zone of 41,000 square miles (110,000 km2), which is 73% of the country's land area. On the other hand, Bangladesh is a small and developing country overloaded with almost unbearable pressure of human population. In the past, people of Bangladesh were mostly dependent upon land-based proteins. But, the continuous process of industrialization and urbanization consumes the limited land area. Now there is no other way than to harvest the vast under water protein from the Bay of Bengal, which can meet the country's demand. More than 80 percent of the animal protein in the Bangladeshi diet comes from fish. Shrimp farming[edit] As of the end of 1987, prevailing methods for culturing shrimp in Bangladesh were still relatively unsophisticated, and average yields per hectare were low.

Training and education[edit] See also[edit]

Changement climatique et crevettes du Bangladesh

BOKU - UNIVERSITY OF NATURAL RESOURCES (Vienna - Austria) - 2011 - Comparison of shrimp farming systems: Evidence from Banglades. Development (Impact Factor: 6.6). 01/2008 Globalization, class and gender relations : the shrimp industry in Southè-western Bang. EUROPE AID - Programme 2006-2010 - Support to Boost the Quality of Shrimp Production in Bangladesh for the EU Market.

Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research 14 (6): 873-878, 2013 Present Status of Good Aquaculture Practices (GAP) in Shrimp Fa. The Egyptian Journal of Aquatic Research Volume 38, Issue 4, 2012, Pages 275–285 Aqua chemicals in shrimp farm: A study from sou. Universal Journal of Public Health 1(3): 131-142, 2013 Shrimp Cultivation with Water Salinity in Bangladesh: The Implications of. Asian Jr. of Microbiol. Biotech. Env. Sc. Vol. 15, No. (4) : 2013 : 31-36 IDENTIFICATION OF DRUG-RESISTANT BACTERIA AMONG EXPORT. UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY - 2013 - Thèse en ligne : Towards Sustainable Development of Shrimp Farming in Bangladesh: The Economy vers. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-7119/2010 Élevage industriel des crevettes au Bangladesh. Au cours de ces dernières décennies, la République populaire du Bangladesh a enregistré une croissance exponentielle dans le secteur de l’élevage de la crevette, en particulier dans la région côtière des Sundarbans.

PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-7119/2010 Élevage industriel des crevettes au Bangladesh

Avec un chiffre d’affaires de 325 millions de dollars et 50 000 tonnes de crevettes vendues chaque année, ce pays d’Asie est aujourd’hui le cinquième exportateur mondial d’«or rose». Cette reconversion industrielle inexorable a toutefois eu de très graves conséquences sur tous les secteurs de la société bangladaise. L’irrigation de vastes zones avec de l’eau salée a soustrait des terres à la culture du riz, premier moyen de subsistance des communautés locales, provoquant la disparition de la flore de la région et entraînant un processus de désertification aux lourdes conséquences sur la biodiversité. Les terrains, qui sont à présent gorgés de sel, ne peuvent plus être utilisés pour cultiver le fourrage nécessaire au bétail et l’eau salée contamine les puits d’eau potable.