Wed. Aug 16 2017

High Liner Will be Looking for New CEO Says Henry Demone


NOAA Endorses Eating Small Haddock — But What About Cod?  


Canada Announces Largest Marine Protected Area in High Arctic


Midwest Supermarket Chain Hy-Vee Offering 100% Responsibly Sourced Fresh and Frozen Seafood  


Prices Drop as Sick Shrimp in China Flood the Market Again -- Except in Guangxi  


Sea Pact Announces 2017 Request for Grant Proposals


Oregon Dungeness Crab Commission Looking to Fill Staff Position  


Southeast Alaska Dungeness Fall Season Reduced to One Month  


Calysta Trial Reveals FeedKind Protein Could Replace Fishmeal in Shrimp Feed  


Washington Governor Appointments Former PFMC Director to Fish and Wildlife Commission  


As right whales move into Gulf of St. Lawrence Protection Creates Dilemma for Canadian Gov’t


Cargill Survey Reveals U.S. Consumers are Willing To Spend Extra for Sustainable Seafood  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, August 16


Tue. Aug 15 2017

Henry Demone Returns as CEO of High Liner Foods, Effective Immediately, As Company Stumbles in 1st Q


Boston Seafood Hall of Fame Inducts GAA Executive Director Wally Stevens


Trū Shrimp Company, Schwan’s Company Enter into Partnership to Provide Safe, Natural Shrimp  


West Coast Groundfish Marketing Group Hires Jana Hennig as Director  


ANALYSIS: Shrimp Imports Continue to Soar  


Aquaculture Could Satisfy Global Seafood Demand Using Ocean Space the Size of Lake Michigan


North Atlantic Traders President Seeking Attorney Fees After Being Cleared of NOAA Bluefin Charges  


Cooke Again Faces Local Opposition to Potential Salmon Hatchery in Nova Scotia  


NMFS Institutes More Swordfish Research Off Florida, Praised by EDF  


"Inefficient" Methods of Fishing is Keeping a Cornish Oyster Fishery in Business  


Urner Barry Wraps Up 2017 Intern Program


SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, August 15


Mon. Aug 14 2017

Stronger Canadian Dollar Creating Standoff Over Falling Shore Lobster Prices in New Brunswick   (0) 


Maxfield Seafood Sues Freight Co. Over Theft of $318,00 Load of Frozen Lobster from Boston  


Diana Evans New Deputy Director at North Pacific Fisheries Council


Dubai Seafex Show Highlights Growth of Seafood Consumption in Middle East


Norwegian Salmon Titan Gustav Witzoe Concerned Over Cost of Sea Lice Control  


Seattle's Fancy Canned Fish Restaurant Lands RealNetworks CEO as Investor  


Added-value Seafood Products Will be the Rising Star of Guolian  


Western Pacific Council Wrestling with Cultural, Commercial Fishing Definitions in Monuments  


Guolian Supports E-commerce Companies to Find Solutions to Online Seafood Sales Problems  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, August 14


Fri. Aug 11 2017

Russian Crab Companies Delay Fishing Due to New Processing Rules; Crab Prices Rise  


VIDEO: Joe’s Crab Shack; GM Salmon; Russian Sockeye; Fisheries Improvement Act; Destination Hearing


Cermaq Named the Most Transparent Salmon Farming Company By Seafood Intelligence  


FAO Predicts Decline of North American Lobster Production in 2017, Rise of China Imports  


Railway Companies Improving Cold Chain Delivery on Vietnam/China Border  


Qingdao Clears Live Lobsters from Canada in 40 Minutes  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Friday, August 11


Thu. Aug 10 2017

OPINION: MSA Reauthorization Must Be Guided By National Standards


Fish Feed Businesses Could Benefit from Bipartisan Carbon Capture Bill  


Alibaba Encouraging Canadian Seafood Companies to Sell to China Through Them  


Hong Kong’s Tri-way Industries Growing Two New Fish Species At Aquaculture Farm 2  


Faroe Islands, Russia Free-Trade Agreement Could Impact US Salmon Imports  


Alaska Celebrates 2nd Annual Alaska Wild Salmon Day on August 10, 2017  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, August 10


Electronic Monitoring Instead of Human Observers Now an Option for Some Alaska Fishermen  


Wed. Aug 9 2017

Electronic Monitoring Instead of Human Observers Now an Option for Some Alaska Fishermen  


Crocker & Winsor Seafoods Acquired By Newport International Parent Co.


Bristol Bay Run is 4th Highest Ever, Exceeding Forecast by 35%  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, August 9


Shrimp Imports Continue at Record Pace, Up 15.7% in June Driven by Peeled Shrimp


Seafood Restaurant Chain Captain D’s Expands In Florida


Chinese Tilapia Prices Increase Due to Unstable Supply  


New Bedford Seafood Processing Workers Protest EDA, Inc. That Supplies Workers to 17 Plants


Worse Than Expected Canadian Shrimp Catches Push Markets Higher  


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High Liner Will be Looking for New CEO Says Henry Demone

SEAFOODNEWS.COM  by John Sackton  August 16, 2017

Henry Demone, who has taken back the CEO positon at High Liner Foods, joked with analysts that "I can promise you I won't be here as long as I was the first time," on a conference call.  That stint was 23 years, from 1992 until 2015.

Demone said he was not an interim CEO, but that he was there full time with all his energy and talent "to do the job as well as I can."

However the board is going to do a search for a new CEO, said Demone.  "We will be looking for a new CEO ..

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NOAA Endorses Eating Small Haddock — But What About Cod?

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] by Amanda Buckle August 16, 2017

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) are giving their stamp of approval to eat small haddock.

In the July issue of the NOAA Fisheries Navigator, the government agency reports that smaller haddock does not necessarily mean an unhealthy stock. Looking at stats dating back to 1995, the size of the fish has been decreasing — but the population has been growing.

This trend is something that the organization has seen in the past. “A decline in the average size of Georges Bank haddock ...

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Canada Announces Largest Marine Protected Area in High Arctic

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] by Amanda Buckle August 16, 2017

A section of the Tallurutiup Imanga/ Lancaster Sound in Canada will be protected as part of a national marine conservation area (NMCA).

The conservation area is approximately twice the size of Nova Scotia and is home to whales, polar bears, migrating birds and other wildlife. The decision to protect the area was spurred by climate change and human activity that has begun to not only affect the landscape, but the “traditional way of life in ...

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Midwest Supermarket Chain Hy-Vee Offering 100% Responsibly Sourced Fresh and Frozen Seafood

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] by Amanda Buckle August 16, 2017

Midwest supermarket chain Hy-Vee is taking the responsibly sourced route when it comes to their seafood. The store’s national brand of frozen seafood is now 100% responsibly sourced in compliance with its Seafood Procurement Policy.

“At Hy-Vee, we take pride in our dedication to high-quality, environmentally and socially responsible seafood, and we are thrilled to be the first Midwest retailer to make this kind of commitment,” Brett Bremser, executive vice president of perishables at Hy-Vee, said in a statement. 

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Prices Drop as Sick Shrimp in China Flood the Market Again -- Except in Guangxi

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Shuichan] translated by Amy Zhong - August 16, 2017

China shrimp prices are higher this year than recent years and insiders expected a slight increase in shrimp prices this August. However, the prices have contracted slightly in most production regions of China. They declined around 1 yuan/jin in the Pearl River Delta region while about 1 to 2 yuan/jin ($0.30 to $0.60/kg US) in Hainan and Fujian. The prices plummeted by 3 yuan/jin ($0.90/kg US) for those ...

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Sea Pact Announces 2017 Request for Grant Proposals 

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [SeafoodNews] - August 16, 2017

 Sea Pact, an alliance of seafood industry companies committed to furthering sustainability projects, opened of their sixth annual Request for Grant Proposals today.  

Member companies, who all contribute financially, include Albion Fisheries in Vancouver, Fortune Fish & Gourmet in Chicago, Ipswich Shellfish Group in Boston, Santa Monica Seafood in Los Angeles, Seacore Seafood in Toronto, Seattle Fish Co. in Denver, A.C. Covert in Halifax, J.J. McDonnell in Baltimore and Stavis Seafood in Boston.

Sea Pact contributes to selected projects that are engaging in efforts relating to bycatch reduction, innovations in aquaculture, or social responsibility within the seafood supply chain. Projects impacting the top seafood species consumed on a global level are preferred.

Twelve specific project categories are outlined in the RFP such as fishery and aquaculture improvement projects,..

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Southeast Alaska Dungeness Fall Season Reduced to One Month

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [SeafoodNews] - August 16, 2017

Petersburg -- The Dungeness crab season this fall will open October 1 and close at midnight October 31, 2017 rather than the end of November. 

ADF&G based their decision on an analysis of the incidence of legal-size male soft-shelled crabs caught early in the summer season, data from port sampling and fish tickets. 

The good news was that the proportion of legal-size male soft-shelled Dungeness crabs discarded during the first week of the summer season was above the previous three-year average. 

The bad news is that amount is not a contributing factor in failing to meet the 2.25 million pound harvest...

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Washington Governor Appointments Former PFMC Director to Fish and Wildlife Commission

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] by Susan Chambers - August 16, 2017

OLYMPIA – Gov. Jay Inslee has appointed Don McIsaac, recently retired executive director of the Pacific Fishery Management Council, and reappointed Larry Carpenter to the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission.

The commission is a nine-member citizen panel that sets policy for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Members are appointed by the governor to six-year terms and are subject to state Senate confirmation. Three members must reside in eastern Washington, three in western Washington, and three may live ...

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Henry Demone Returns as CEO of High Liner Foods, Effective Immediately, As Company Stumbles in 1st Q

SEAFOONEWS.COM by John Sackton August 15, 2017

The pressures affecting breaded fish sales seem to be on display, as High Liner’s Board of Directors announced Monday that Henry Demone, Chairman, will take back the CEO role from Keith Decker, effective immediately.

Demone was CEO of the publicly listed company from 1992 to 2015, and led the company through a series of acquisitions to become a billion dollar sales company, and one of the two surviving large value added whitefish processors on the East Coast.

Acquisitions under Demone included Fishery Products International in 2007, Viking Seafoods in 2010, Icelandic Groups US and Asian operations in 2011, American Pride Seafoods in 2013, Atlantic Trading Co., in 2014, and Rubicon Resources in 2017.

"The Board and I are confident that the Company is pursuing the right strategy..

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Boston Seafood Hall of Fame Inducts GAA Executive Director Wally Stevens

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] by Amanda Buckle August 15, 2017

Wally Stevens, seafood industry veteran and Executive Director of the Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA), was inducted into the Boston Seafood Hall of Fame during the sixth annual Boston Seafood Festival on Sunday.

Stevens has held a great number of titles in his 47 years, serving as the president of Slade Gorton, president of Ocean Products and senior vice president of operations at Booth Fisheries. When he took the role of executive director at GAA in 2007, Stevens helped grow the ...

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West Coast Groundfish Marketing Group Hires Jana Hennig as Director

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] by Susan Chambers - August 15, 2017

The brainstorm by fishermen, processors, environmental groups and seafood certifiers of telling the West Coast rockfish story has taken a major step forward: The Groundfish Marketing Development Initiative hired Jana Hennig as its director this month.

Mostly absent from markets in both coastal and inland areas, rockfish moved from a mainstay on menus and in seafood counters to an insiders-only secret over the past 15-plus years. Stock assessments in the early 2000s showed low populations of some species, ...

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Aquaculture Could Satisfy Global Seafood Demand Using Ocean Space the Size of Lake Michigan

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] by Amanda Buckle August 15, 2017

What if a spot in the ocean the size of Lake Michigan could provide as much fish as all of the world’s wild-caught fisheries combined? That’s something that could become a reality, according to a new study posted on Nature.com.

The study’s lead author, marine ecologist Rebecca Gentry, set out to find if aquaculture could potentially “satisfy global demand by using a tiny fraction of oceans.” With the population growing and concern over ...

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Cooke Again Faces Local Opposition to Potential Salmon Hatchery in Nova Scotia

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [CBC] by Frances Willick  August 15, 2017

Residents who live near Granville Beach in Annapolis County, N.S., are worried about a possible plan to bring a fish hatchery to the area.

Hague Vaughan, a spokesperson for the newly formed Granville Road Ratepayers Association, said residents recently learned that Cooke Aquaculture had purchased an option to buy a piece of land on Granville Road near Stoney Beach Road.

Purchasing an option gives a purchaser the exclusive right to buy a property, but it is not obligated to do so, says a posting on realtor.com.

Through informal inquiries, residents learned the company was considering building a fish hatchery ..

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NMFS Institutes More Swordfish Research Off Florida, Praised by EDF

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] by Amanda Buckle August 15, 2017

Dr. David Kerstetter of Nova Southeastern University will receive an exempted fishing permit (EFP) from the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) to conduct research in the East Florida Coast Pelagic Longline Closed Area. Dr. Kerstetter will be working alongside Atlantic swordfish fishermen in an effort to “improve understanding of encounter rates of juvenile swordfish and species like sharks, bullfishes and sea turtles in order to find the best ways to reduce their mortality.”

According to Katie Westfall, senior manager of highly migratory species advocacy for ...

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"Inefficient" Methods of Fishing is Keeping a Cornish Oyster Fishery in Business

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] by Amanda Buckle August 15, 2017

New research shows that “inefficient” traditional fishing methods are keeping a Cornish fishery in business.

Scientists at the University of Exeter have discovered that the Fal fishery in Cornwall is helping the ecosystem by using traditional fishing methods instead of motorizing their fleet. The Oyster fishery relies on a sail-driven commercial fishing fleet and hand-hauled dredges to catch oysters. While those methods might seem “inefficient” to some, it has actually prevented overfishing.

“The Fal fishery sailing fleet isn’t just ...

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Dubai Seafex Show Highlights Growth of Seafood Consumption in Middle East

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] by Amanda Buckle August 14, 2017

Seafex, the region’s largest dedicated seafood expo, is set to take place at the Dubai World Trade Center (DWTC) from September 18 to the 20. The three-day event, which is powered by Gulfood, has become important for seafood suppliers as seafood consumption in the Middle East continues to grow.

The Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO) reports that countries like the United Arab Emirates (UAE) “consumes an average of 33kg per capita a year, almost double the global average of 18kg.” The reason could be linked to...

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Seattle's Fancy Canned Fish Restaurant Lands RealNetworks CEO as Investor

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] by Amanda Buckle August 14, 2017

Little Fish, a Seattle based restaurant opening this fall, has landed RealNetworks CEO Rob Glaser as an investor. While the restaurant business is not a new venture for Glaser, it was Little Fish’s canned seafood idea that lured in Glaser.

Little Fish’s co-founders —Bryan Jarr and Zoi Antonitsas —not only plan to open up a restaurant in the new section of historic Pike Place Market, but a retail space and a production operation to ...

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Russian Crab Companies Delay Fishing Due to New Processing Rules; Crab Prices Rise

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] by Eugene Gerden - August 11, 2017

Crab season in Russia is under a threat of failure this year, due to the recently introduced ban of on-board processing of crabs caught within the Russian territorialwaters that extend out to 12 miles, initiated by the Russian government.

The introduction of the ban has already resulted in massive protests of Russian leading crab producers in the Russian Far East, who prefer not to fish until the ban is lifted.

According to state plans, on-shore crab processing will result in the establishment of additional processing capacities and will create new jobs.

Sergei Eremeev, general director of the Preobrazhensky Base ....

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Oregon Dungeness Crab Commission Looking to Fill Staff Position

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] by Susan Chambers - August 16, 2017

The Oregon Dungeness Crab Commission has big plans -- and to help make them happen, it's adding a position to its staff.

Executive Director Hugh Link said the assistant administrator position has been empty since former director Nick Furman retired three years ago and Link took over leading the commission. The office also has an office manager.

"We're looking forward to getting the team back," Link said.

The assistant position will also be the communications manager, "to better communicate with the users, industry, the public," he said.

Several issues, such as ...

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Calysta Trial Reveals FeedKind Protein Could Replace Fishmeal in Shrimp Feed

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] by Amanda Buckle August 16, 2017

Trial results from Calysta, Inc., a biotechnology company, reveals that shrimp fed a diet featuring FeedKind protein had “equivalent or higher survival and growth when compared to shrimp fed a standard fishmeal-based diet.”

The study focused on post-larvae Pacific white shrimp, which were fed a control diet featuring fishmeal as their primary source of protein and a test diet replacing the fishmeal with FeedKind Protein. Results from the end of the study revealed that ...

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As right whales move into Gulf of St. Lawrence Protection Creates Dilemma for Canadian Gov’t

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [The Globe and Mail] by Lindsay Jones] August 16, 2017

Lindsay Jones takes a look at the aerial surveillance missions and other measures being employed to keep the endangered marine mammals out of harm's way

Out the bubble window of a surveillance plane in the middle of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, a North Atlantic right whale surfaces from a dive for plankton and reveals fresh pinky-orange welts on its tail.

It's a depressing and too familiar sight for the four biologists on board who have been observing and ...

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Cargill Survey Reveals U.S. Consumers are Willing To Spend Extra for Sustainable Seafood

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] by Amanda Buckle August 16, 2017

Cargill — a global corporate feed company that produces feed for salmon, tilapia, shrimp and more  — has conducted a survey with 1,000 U.S. residents to find out what they care about when it comes to seafood. The poll results revealed that “seafood is in higher demand than ever before” and that a majority of consumers are willing to pay more for sustainable and responsibly sourced seafood.

“The majority of American consumers believe seafood is ...

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Trū Shrimp Company, Schwan’s Company Enter into Partnership to Provide Safe, Natural Shrimp

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] by Amanda Buckle August 15, 2017

Two Minnesota-based companies —  trū Shrimp Company and Schwan’s Company   are partnering in an effort to provide consumers with safe, natural shrimp.

Trū Shrimp Company, an affiliate of Ralco, raises safe and clean shrimp “through a sustainable and environmentally responsible approach.” Their TidalBasin technology creates a natural, low stress environment, and their facilities protect shrimp from disease and predators. Schwan’s company is involved in food manufacturing ...

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ANALYSIS: Shrimp Imports Continue to Soar

SEAFOODNEWS.COM  by Paul Brown August 15, 2017

Shrimp imports continue heavy and on record pace for the year...

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North Atlantic Traders President Seeking Attorney Fees After Being Cleared of NOAA Bluefin Charges

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] by Amanda Buckle August 15, 2017

Marblehead businessman Robert Kliss has been cleared of charges that he schemed to illegally catch and export bluefin tuna — and now he’s seeking to have his attorney fees paid.

Kliss, president of North Atlantic Traders Ltd., was accused of conspiracy, smuggling and falsifying records. The jury cleared Kliss in July, but now his attorney, Barry Pollack, wants an award of attorney’s fees, according to WickedLocal.com.

One of the biggest issues with the case was that witnesses were pressured to provide testimony against Kliss. But for Pollack, the “most damning pieces of evidence” revolves around Agent Shawn Eusebio and his team not realizing that his client was not in the country when the alleged scheme was taking place. Kliss had been accused of creating and filing false documents in Massachusetts during a period of time where he was in British Columbia.

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Stronger Canadian Dollar Creating Standoff Over Falling Shore Lobster Prices in New Brunswick

SEAFOODNEWS.COM  by John Sackton  August 14, 2017

The strengthening Canadian dollar is pressuring the lobster industry. 

In New Brunswick, the fall lobster season has begun in LFA 25, the Northumberland Strait between New Brunswick and PEI. The Maritime Fishermens Union (MFU) is objecting strongly to shore prices put out by processors.

Packers were offering $CA 4.25 for canners (under 1 lb lobster) and $CA 4.75 for markets.  This is a full $2.00 lower than the price paid in LFA 24 and 25 last spring.

The MFU says that the change in currency cannot justify such a large swing in the shore price...

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Maxfield Seafood Sues Freight Co. Over Theft of $318,00 Load of Frozen Lobster from Boston

SEAFOODNEWS.COM  by John Sackton August 14, 2016

Maxfield Seafood, a California Company, is suing Seneca Logistics, its trucking company, for the value of a load of frozen lobster stolen from the Preferred Freezer in Everett, Mass.

In a complaint filed in Massachusetts District Court last week, Maxfield says they hired Seneca to pick up a load of frozen lobster bullets and tails last December 14th.  They had used Seneca for freight pickups on various occasions during the past few years.

Seneca accepted a bill of lading, and agreed to the transport.  On Dec. 15th, Seneca’s CEO gave verbal ...

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Diana Evans New Deputy Director at North Pacific Fisheries Council

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [SeafoodNews] - August 14, 2017

Diana Evans has been tapped as the new Deputy Director of the North Pacific Fisheries Management Council. Evans joins Dave Witherall, current Executive Director of the council and former Deputy Director. Witherall was promoted to Director after Chris Oliver was hired to head up NOAA Fisheries earlier this year.

Evans has most recently been the lead council staff on the groundfish and halibut fisheries observer program. She has also been involved in the development of electronic monitoring as an alternative for fixed gear vessels.

Evans has a Master’s degree in geography, from King’s College London.  She began her career in fishery management in Hawaii, working on an analysis of the pelagic longline fishery...

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Norwegian Salmon Titan Gustav Witzoe Concerned Over Cost of Sea Lice Control

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] by Amanda Buckle August 14, 2017

Sea lice may be making the seafood industry itch — financially.

Gustav Witzoe, founder of Norwegian fish farm company SalMar and its investment company Kverva, has expressed his concern over the growing sea lice problem. Sea lice are tiny crustaceans that attach to salmon by suction. They feed on mucus, blood and skin — and can be lethal. Problems with sea lice have been on the rise since the growth of fish farming. Crowded conditions make for...

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Added-value Seafood Products Will be the Rising Star of Guolian

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Fishfirst] translated by Amy Zhong - August 14, 2017

A lack of standards is one main reason for slow development of aquatic e-commerce in China, but intensive processing undoubtedly provides solution to this problem. Guolian had its invention kitchen even at the early stage of the company's development. And a few years ago it relocated the R&D center to Shanghai to build a professional team and enter the intensively processed food market.

Moreover, it works with food companies like Synear Food, which sells food with shrimp as ingredients. According to the agreement between Guolian and Synear ...

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