Fri. May 172019

Vietnam Takes Advantage of U.S.-China Trade War  


Alaskans Enjoy the Journey of the First Copper River Salmon of Salmon  


Northern Peninsula Fish Plant Wiped Out, but Company Has Jobs, Relocation, Jobs


Vanishing Bering Sea Ice Threatens One Of the Richest U.S. Seafood U.S.


VIDEO: Cheddar Bay Biscuits; DFO Closes Fishing Areas; Consumers Sue Canned Sue  


Alaska 's Biggest Ever Commercial Seaweed Harvest is Happening Right Now


Walmart Says Higher China Tariffs Wiill Increase Prices for U.S. Shoppers


Frankenfish Name Embraced by Makers, Updates


Women in Alaska 's Fishing Industry Hope to Curb Sexual Harassment


Trident Seafoods'Dan Murphy Joins Seafood Nutrition Partnership's Board of Directors


A Decision Limiting Access to Seaweed has Renewed a Debate Over Debate


New Season of "Chef's A'Field: Good Catch" to Feature Sustainable Sustainable   


Fisheries Debate Over Marine Parks Heats Up On Eve of Australia "of"


Seawatch: Late-Stage Chinooks Not as Safe as Thought  


Oil Company's Seismic Testing Approval Creates Waves in Tasmanian Fishing Industry


Norway and Washington State Sign Innovation Pact in Seattle, Connecting Tech Connecting


Captain D's Reopens Corporate-Owned Tennessee Location A Little Over Year After Year


Fishermen's Safety Takes Centre Stage at Skipper Expo International


Arnhem Land Fishermen Prohibited From Selling Their Barramundi Threaten Coastal Closure


SeafoodNews.com Summary Friday, May 17


Thu. May 162019

U.S. Department of Transportation Suspends Air Service to and from Venezuela  


Hand On Doomed Oregon Ship Texted, Called Wife Before Death


DFO Temporarily Closes Fishing Areas Due to Presence of North Atlantic North  


'Total Devastation': Northern Peninsula Fish Plant Wiped Out, Fire Chief Says


Alibaba Helping Canadian SMBs Sell to China


Alaska 's Bear-Viewing Industry Threatened by Pebble Mine


Economic Reports Show Seafood, Transportation Industries Contribute Billions to Northwest Economy


Gulf Coast Businesses Anxiously Waiting for Fishing Ban to be Lifted be  


Bipartisan Group in Senate Introduce Bill to Restore Funding to Fishing to


Crab House Trading Corp. Recalls Over 36000 Pounds of Frozen Siluriformes Products  


Legal Seafoods, Lobster Gram Named'Best of 2019'By TopConsumerReviews.com


Another Season Without the Twillingate Fish Plant


Debt-Conscious High Liner Foods Board Reduces Dividend


Thai Union in Multipronged Approach


Wind, Waves Hamper Efforts to Salvage Grounded Longliner South of Sitka


Little Port Harmon Fish Harvesters Upset With Quota Cuts  


Alaska's Commercial Fishing Field Shifting Toward Specialization, Shrinking Participation


Seven Seas International USA Recalls Biltmore Smoked Salmon Due to Possible to  


Elior Switches to Sustainable Salmon


Florida Stone Crabbers Experienced Crustacean Frustration This Season. They Say Red Say  


Benchmark's New Land-Based Salmon Egg Production Facility to Open Next Week  


Portland Board Backs Some Waterfront Protections


UK Firm Plans Mega Algae Farm in Oman


SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, May 16


Wed. May 152019

Consumers Sue Bumble Bee, Chicken of the Sea and StarKist Over StarKist  


New Rules to Protect Chinook Salmon in Fraser and Avoid "Path and"


Clearwater Sees Sales Grow in China Despite Diplomatic Tensions


ANALYSIS: Tariffs High, Inventory Holdings Low  


Gloucester Plans Job Fair for National Fish Workers


Alec Brindle Leaves Legacy of Leadership and Philanthropy


High Salmon Prices May Drop as California Coastline Opens  


Harvest of Spiny Dogfish to Be Cut to Avoid Overfishing  


Sea Delight Joins NFI's Crab Council, Red Crab Council


Op-Ed: Murkowski's Lack of Oversight on Pebble


Pebble Mine vs. Salmon Fishermen Gets Heard in Court, No Judgment No  


Updated Fisheries Law Could Stem Loss of Stocks, Biodiversity: Supporters


Hollywood Actor Ethan Hawke Lends His Voice to the Fight to Fight


Florida Stone Crab Season to Close on Thursday  


Italian National Pleads Guilty After Attempting to Traffic Cocaine on Fishing on


Pentair is Closing Urban Organics, a Pioneering Aquaponics Venture in the in


Red Lobster Launches Cheddar Bay Biscuits Sweepstakes in Honor of National of


SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, May 15


Tue. May 142019

A View from the Top of the World: Interview with Salmon with


ANALYSIS: Record Spread Continues Between 5-8 and 8-up Canadian Snow Crab  


Hearing Held on Oregon Crab Boat Sinking That Killed 3  


Russia 's RRPK Developing Major Fish Processing Assets in the North  


Maine Firm that Ships Live Lobsters Overnight Doubles Revenue by Selling by


Fishing Groups Say Concerns Validated By Missing Data in Northern Pulp Northern


China 's Closed Fishing Season Having Unignorable Ripple Effect  


Ice Conditions Delay Lobster Season Start for Section of Notre Dame Notre  


McDonald's Adds Fish & Chips to Canadian Menus for Limited Time  


Lobstermen's Many Methods Complicate Bid to Save Whales


Group Charged with Shrinking Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone to Meet


Mowi's Scotland Aqua Feed Plant Set to Start Trial Production This Production  


Increasing Acidity in Oceans Mean Bad News for Pink Salmon  


Study: Warmer Gulf of Maine Choking Off Right Whale Food Supply


Skipper Rescued in Columbia River Bar, Boat Breaks Apart


Canned Seafood Supplier Ocean Brands Becomes a Certified B Corporation


Lobster Boat Destroyed by Fire in Eastern P.E.I.  


New Orca Protections in Canada Include Fishing Reductions and Sanctuaries Closed Sanctuaries


Norway Royal Salmon Investing USD 80 Million in Offshore Fish Farm


Disease Bigger Worry Than Bycatch for Rare Dolphins NIWA


Sea Lions Cause Trouble at Northwest Ports


Portland Pier Owners: Waterfront Zoning Rules Will Sink Revenue


SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, May 14


Mon. May 132019

National Fish and Seafood in Gloucester Closes Abruptly, Leaving 150 Jobless


Snow Crab Prices Continue to Adjust Lower, with Urner Barry Quotes Quotes 5-8  


New China Tariffs Don 't Include Additional Taxes on US Seafood Seafood


Unalaska Russian Orthodox Church Seeks $1 Million from Deadliest Catch  


Redfish Rebound in Gulf of St. Lawrence Shows No Signs of Signs  


Why Riverside Lobster International is Building a Daycare in a Bid a  


China to Raise Tariffs on U.S. Imports; Dow Drops 400 Points


Two Alaska Fishing Vessels Sink With No Lives Lost, Thanks to, Lost


Battle Lines are Drawn: Dunleavy Administration Supports Pebble Mine Against BBRSDA


Alaska Crabbers saw good recruitment on Red King and Snow Crab


NZ Fishing Co. Acquitted After Trawler Captain Dumped Fish to Save to


Bellingham Wants to Keep Working Waterfront Alive After Reclaiming Fairhaven Shipyard Fairhaven


St. Anthony Shrimp Plant Workers Optimistic Following Deal  


Louisiana Lawmakers Push Food Label Restrictions  


Octopus farming'Unethical, Environmentally Dangerous'  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, May 13


Canada Unveils New Rules to Protect Endangered Southern Resident Killer Whales


Australian Fishing Group Warns of Industry Pain Under Labor's Plan to Plan


U.S. Detaining Some Tuna from Vietnam Because of Link to Outbreak


UK Fishermen Face Brexit Disaster


Low in Calories, High in Protein, Blue Catfish is What's for What's  


Fri. May 102019

Customs Says All Chinese Exports Already on Water will not be will 25%


Despite Trade War, China's Basa and Tilapia Industries March Forward


SeafoodNews.com Summary Friday, May 10


ISSF Co-Sponsored Major Workshop on Mitigating Impacts of Purse Seine Tuna


Trident Introduces 10g Protein Noodles at the National Restaurant Show


U.S. Consumers Poised to Take the Hit From Higher Tariffs on Tariffs


Fishing Areas Off Cape Cod Reopened for Lobstermen  


Alaska Seafood Industry Making Plans for China Tariff Impact


MSC, Pacifical Boss Note Elevated Price of Certified Tuna  


This Singapore Startup is Trying to Grow Lobster in a Lab


East Coast Fishermen Facing New Electronic Reporting Rules  


Warming Oceans Changing the Game for Connecticut Fishermen


Lake Winnipeg Indigenous Fishers Criticize Buyback


How Sacramento Fish Farmers are Dominating the Fast-Growing U.S. Caviar Market  


Eagle Smashes Through Window with Frozen Halibut


Verified for Another Year - NZ Fish Stocks Healthy and Sustainable


Thu. May 92019

SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, May 9


Potential China Tariffs Set for Friday Could Kill Tilapia Market   


Atlantic Sapphire Aims to Produce Volume Equal to Half of US US Half 11


Pebble Mine Comment Period Extended to June 29; Toxic Copper Dust Not Dust


EU Bets on Digitalisation to Fight Illegal Fishing


Oregon Governor Brown's Fish and Wildlife Nominees Face Scrutiny


N.S. Lobster Fishermen Tie Up Boats to Protest DFO Minister  


Belfast Salmon Farm Opponents Hope a New Regulatory Twist can Thwart can  


Greenhouse Gases Causing Faster Acidification in Canadian Waters Than Elsewhere in Elsewhere


Lobstermen to Rally Over'Crippling'Closures; Restrictions in Cape Cod Bay  


Seaweed Farmers in Alaska Gear Up for Large Haul


Calysta and Thai Union Offer First Taste of Commercial Shrimp Fed Shrimp  


Out On Lobster Setting Day, Setting Down Roots on the Northumberland the   


NFI's "Dish on Fish" Education Initiative Named 2019 PRSA Bronze Anvil Award Award


Maine's First Eel Season With New Controls Going Swimmingly


Vietnamese Farmers Prefer Merchants to Shrimp Trading Floor


Canadian Committee on Fisheries and Oceans Wants Changes in BC "s s"


Wed. May 82019

SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, May 8


Thai Union Sees 46.5% Surge in Q1 Net Profit


Gulf Herring Quota Surprisingly High, says Researcher  


Indian Seafood Industry to Stress Sustainable Farming as Shrimp Output Set Output


Hundreds of Cape Bald Packers Workers Back to Work After February After  


Ian Gatt: On a Different Scale - How Fishing Industry Helps Scientists Helps  


Peace Not on Horizon in Asean 's Fishing Wars


Kelp is More Than the New Kale


Chesapeake's Blue Crabs Up 60% Over Last Year Study Shows  


Skin Care Products Made from Salmon Hit South Florida  


Texas Shrimp Industry Eyes Visas; Another 30000 Seasonal Workers To Be Allowed Be  


NOAA Picks URI to Lead New Ocean Exploration Consortium


Royal Greenland raises $220m from bond market amid fleet renewal processing processing


No Love for the Mano: Sharks Removed from Marine Protection Bill


US Foods Names New Chief Supply Chain Officer


GAPP Extends Partnership with True North, Will Focus on Martha Stewart Martha


Maine Passes Law to Help Sick Lobstermen Keep Licenses  


Despite Setbacks, China is Determined to Develop its Salmon Farming Industry  


Coast Guard Rescues Five Fishermen From Life Raft Near Sitka


Tue. May 72019

SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, May 7


Icewater Makes Final Purchase from Marel for $10 Million Cod Plant Cod


Stolt Sea Farm is First To Achieve BAP Certification in the in


DEQ Denies Water Quality Certification for Jordan Cove LNG Project Near Near LNG,


Colder Waters Off West Coast Mark End of'the Blob'; Temperature Blob'


Russian Fish Company Touts Progress in Building its Fleet of Supertrawlers


Climate Change Hits NZ King Salmon Fish Stocks and Forecast Earnings


Lobster Season Extended for P.E.I.'s North Shore


Fisherman, Conservationists want More Research Before Developing Wind Farms


MD Blue Crab Population Study 2019 Results Are In  


After Spike of Gray Whale Deaths along West Coast, Experts Wonder, Coast


'Vegan Tuna'a'Slap in the Face' for Seafood Producers Industry Industry


Manitoba Aims to Restore Fish Supply in Lake Winnipeg by Buying Buying,


Brazil's First ASC Certified Salmon Available for Purchase in Swift Stores  


Atlantic Canadian Herring Fisheries Lose Sustainability Label


Canadian Scientists: Human Noise a Threat to East Coast Whales


Dubai Responds to Rumours About Unsafe Tuna Fish


Guolian Marches into the Crayfish Industry with Subsidiary in Hunan  


ANALYSIS: Blue Swimming Crab Meat Market Unchanged 4 Weeks in a Row  


Alaska Fishing gearing up as Copper River Opens Next Week  


Mon. May 62019

SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, May 6


Farmed Fish Volumes to Surpass Wild Catch Production by 2020


Fishing For The Future: Routes To a Better Fishery


Salmon-Eating Sea Lions Targeted at Columbia River Dam


Crab Fraud Concerning Local Fishermen, Researchers Turn to DNA Testing to Testing  


Plant-Based Tuna Aims to be the Future of Fish Without The The


Changes in Lobster Processing Rules Back on Mass. Legislature's Plate  


Fisheries Audit B.C. Fish Processor After Reports of Illegal Fish Bartering


Asian Carp Lure Chinese Investors to Kentucky  


Sunny Skies and Calm Waters a Welcome Start to P.E.I.'s Spring P.E.I.'s  


Trump Admin Moves Ahead with 30000 Additional H2B Visas, More Than Some Than


Fish Factor: The price of fish should matter to all Alaskans


Vietnam 's Pangasius Exporters Crying over U.S.' s High AD Duties  


Opinion: 'The Wrong Mine for the Wrong Place'


Uncertain Future for'Super'Seaweed After Court Ruling


Bottlenecks Hinder Vietnamese Shrimp Products From Int 'l Competition


Seafood Without The Sea: Will Lab-Grown Fish Hook Consumers?


Oregon 's New Seafood Plant Dishcarge Rules Move Forward after Many after


LISTEN: GAPP's New Partnerships; Seaweed Pouches and More


Russia and Norway Prepare to Increase Barents Sea Whitefish Catch in 2020  


IPHC Sets Area 2A Halibut Season Limits; Drops 2nd Day of 2nd  


Fri. May 32019

Peru's Fishmeal Giant TASA Releases Their 2018 Sustainability Report


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