Trending Products canned tuna chunk in chilli to Bangladesh Manufacturers

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Canned tuna in chilli Flavor:in soybean oil and chilli Block: 70%chunk +30% flakes Shelf life: 3 years FDA number: 13434459730 EU number: 3302/01034 Certificates we got: BRC, HACCP, OU KOSHER, HALAL, DOLPHIN-SAFE and so on. Packing: round can, paper label, normal lid or easy open, 48 tins X170g, 2000 cartons in one 20 feet container. Also can packed according customer`s request


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Trending Products canned tuna chunk in chilli to Bangladesh Manufacturers Detail:

  • Canned tuna in chilli
  • Flavor:in soybean oil and chilli
  • Block: 70%chunk +30% flakes
  • Shelf life: 3 years
  • FDA number: 13434459730
  • EU number: 3302/01034
  • Certificates we got: BRC, HACCP, OU KOSHER, HALAL, DOLPHIN-SAFE and so on.
  • Packing: round can, paper label, normal lid or easy open, 48 tins X170g, 2000 cartons in one 20 feet container.

Also can packed according customer`s request

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    Spanish-built fishing boats operating under South American flags of convenience are being blamed for helping drive the world’s largest sea bird – the wandering albatross – towards extinction.

    Vessels laying lines to catch bluefin tuna are snaring albatrosses swooping down onto the lines to catch the bait. There, they become ensnared and are dragged to their deaths.

    The New Zealand government is now trying to force fishermen to find ways of catching tuna which won’t kill albatross in the process.

    This albatross is only seconds from death.

    It is about to join the 44-thousand others ecologists estimate are being killed each year.

    The world’s largest seabirds are innocent victims of international trawlers, including Japanese fishing boats, casting long lines into the southern oceans.

    The hooks they set are aimed at catching bluefin tuna, but the squid used as bait is the food of the albatross.

    Inevitably they become ensnared by the hooks and drown.

    Seabird ecologist Sandy Bartle regularly sees drowned birds.

    He believes eight of the 18 species are endangered.

    SOUNDBITE:
    “The rarer species are declining fast, and will decline even if by some magic trick long line fishing ceased tomorrow they will decline long into the next century.
    Some species will certainly become extinct if long line fishing continues. There is no doubt about it.”
    SUPER CAPTION: Sandy Bartle, Seabird ecologist

    The New Zealand government is now trying to force fishermen to find ways of catching tuna which won’t kill albatross in the process.

    SOUNDBITE:
    “The view I take in this country and every other minister should take it too – I can give you a permit to catch fish not birds. You have to apply to the Department of Conservation for that and by law they are prohibited to do that. You therefore have no permission or right to catch birds. You must stop.”
    SUPER CAPTION: Doug Kidd, New Zealand Fisheries Minister

    Those who don’t stop will be barred from New Zealand’s waters.

    But the real problem lies in the high seas.

    If conservationist figures are correct, birds like these will be extinct within 20 years.

    You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/df136f2b44d2e58b53a291aba8c2843f
    Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork

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