Wed. Dec 17 2014

President Obama blocks oil and natural gas drilling in Bristol Bay


Recommendations of federal task force on IUU fishing and seafood fraud released


Norwegians increase prices on larger cod, smaller cod priced similar to Newfoundland  


Act reducing West Coast groundfish buyout rate payments from 5% to 3% passes Congress


Chile's 14 major salmon producers sign landmark labor agreement with nearly 900,000 workers


Holiday trading patterns impact this week's wholesale beef, egg and seafood markets  


Moratorium delays Cooke Aquaculture's $150M expansion plan for Nova Scotia by years


Darden quarterly sales up 4.9 percent, Olive Garden comps up 0.5 percent


EU raises 2015 cod and haddock quotas despite scientific recommendation to slash catches  


Louisiana announces Dec. 22 closing date for most inshore, some offshore fall shrimping waters  


Rep Don Young (AK to lead on Magnuson Reauthorization in restructuring of House committees next year


Malerie Gunderson's "Fish Eye" takes Grand Prize in ASMI's Alaska Fishing Photo Contest (Fish Radio)


OSU team thinks Tums hold the key to reversing acidification's threat to shellfish


Newfoundland-Labrador sets policy for sustainable development of aquaculture


ASC will streamline its eight separate fish farming certifications into one core standard


CSX delivers last trainload of oyster shells from Florida to Chesapeake Bay for reef sanctuaries


TUF expected to hit $5 billion sales target for next year - Analyst


Newfoundland-Labrador premier amps up the rhetoric against Stephen Harper


Enviros fret EU ministers set quotas too high as CFP reforms begin


Seafood.com News Summary Wednesday December 17, 2014


Tue. Dec 16 2014

Frozen tilapia market continues to weaken on smaller sizes amid lackluster buying interest  


Canadian lobsters making massive inroads in China; consumers told not to discard the claws  


Hokkaido traders panicked over soaring crab prices as Russia and Japan treaty takes effect  


Minnesota Attorney General questions if divestiture can save competition in Sysco-US Foods merger


Newfoundland and Labrador premier says he'll keep fish processing rules to force CETA compensation


McDonalds Menu Cuts involve Quarter Pounder, Chicken and Snacks so far


Some NGO's cry foul over change to Calif. sardine management when it contradicts their view  


GAA and Vietnam plan to complete country-wide VietGap / BAP fish farming standard in early 2015


China security report clears Zhangzidao of any fraud regarding missing scallops


Rising ocean acidity sends BC oyster and scallop production into a tailspin


Norway lifts seafood consumption limit warning for pregnant women


ADF&G may have discovered how to accurately find a crab's age (Fish Radio)


New EU seafood labeling regulations come into force this week


TED mandate for Gulf shrimpers is working with sea turtle populations on the rise


Review of Nova Scotia salmon aquaculture finds no need for province-wide ban on fish farming


Jellyfish invasion killed 300,000 salmon at Loch Duart farm


Chinese demand driving up Tasmanian rock lobster price  


ASC certified fish farms tops 100 as approved operations doubled in 2014


After devastating France's Pacific oyster industry, herpes now threatens Australia  


Study finds North Carolina's shrimpers would land larger, higher priced shrimp with a later season  


South Korea now testing Japanese seafood for radiation to see if import ban can be lifted


"Gentlemen's agreement" coming unraveled as Denmark claims waters past North Pole


Marathon EU fisheries negotiations begin with discard ban on pelagics to be imposed


Seafood.com News Summary Tuesday December 16, 2014


Mon. Dec 15 2014

Final North Pacific Council Motion provides for 3.4% pollock increase of 43,000 tons  


Gulf of Maine waters warming more rapidly than anywhere else on earth


Global Seafood Sustainability Initiative votes unanimously to revise its benchmark tool


High Liner Foods moves U.S. headquarters to Pease International Tradeport in NH


BMR Group, operating 8 hatcheries and 2 plants in India, joins GAA as sustaining member  


Maine 2014 lobster catch value expected to be slightly higher on lower catch  


Nippon Suisan sees major opportunities in farmed salmon; expands production 66%, seeks acquisitions  


BC Salmon Farmers Assn. commits $1.5 million to study interaction with wild fish


CETA meeting did not go well in Ottawa, says NL Premier Davis; $400 million fund in jeopardy


1 dead, 18 missing, 32 rescued from capsized Nicaraguan lobster boat


India's Coastal Aquaculture Authority shuts two unapproved shrimp hatcheries


Russian government to fully subsidize seafood rail tariffs from Far East to Moscow  


Lamitech to rebrand its smoked salmon fish boards as Sammy Board


Fishermen happy for reopening of some Louisiana waters affected by oil spill  


Sysco promotes Greg Keller to president of Sygma


Sanford's CEO leading company to "customer focused operation around fresh, not frozen"


Arthur T. Demoulas completes Market Basket deal


North America's Scandinavians keep lutefisk tradition alive


Preferred's new third Miami-Dade warehouse already nearly full


Gulf Red Snapper Conservation Act of 2014: Overreach in the name of states rights (Opinion)  


Seafood.com News Summary Monday December 15, 2014


Fri. Dec 12 2014

Market turmoil hits Norwegian salmon, as spot prices make biggest fall in decade  


Jim Talbot's huge legacy includes Bellingham Cold Storage and US-USSR Marine Resources Co.


First New England groundfisheries enter MSC assessment with Cape Ann Seafood Exchange


Seafood.com News Summary Friday December 12, 2014


'The Nobu Way' on display as global restaurant chain opens in Manila


Bali fishermen turn to crab farming as conservation measure


Owner sues Vladivostok airport after cat eats his fish shop display


Sysco divestment to Performance rises to $5 billion to close US Foods deal


Following steep decline new protections for sea turtles showing dramatic recovery is possible


Climate change is pushing major Oregon fish species north, says NOAA scientist  


Heavy rain causes large temporary shellfish closure on P.E.I.


The tangled saga of Drakes Bay Oyster Co. comes to an end as the Lunny family leaves Drake's Estero


Bad weather, strong demand, pushes up live lobster prices at double their average rate this month  


Bumble Bee sale may be announced by end of year, Thai Union, Mitsubishi leading contenders


Trident's expanded operations in Kodiak will boost its tender salmon processing (Fish Radio)


Spruce Head Co-Op manager pleads guilty to tax evasion, Lacey Act violation in stolen lobster case


Obama administration drafting recommendations on IUU fishing


Norway scraps controversial seal hunting subsidy


Sealord's return to profit puts Aotearoa Fisheries back in black in FY 2014


Kroger CEO Rodney McMullen will become chairman January 1


Sen. Begich introduces Magnuson-Stevens reauthorization before leaving the Senate


Thu. Dec 11 2014

Seafood.com News Summary Thursday December 11, 2014


Retailers banging out shrimp for the holidays, as promotional volume, prices both up significantly  


Taylor Shellfish expands its tidelands and adds more boat access to Willapa Bay in property deal


Federal Maritime Commission will launch website that monitors port congestion surcharge developments


North Carolina funds biotech firm Seatox to develop rapid marine toxicity testing for shellfish


Dungeness landings likely down 50% in California, 40% in Oregon; lowest volumes in 8 years  


Shrimp, mahi and other seafood imports help pack Preferred's newest Miami facility to near capacity


Rare rainstorms in Northern California confuse Chinook salmon migrating in the Sacramento River


Newfoundland Seafood Producers caution against any actions to disrupt Canada EU trade deal


Fishing vessel discharge exemption passes Congress, now permanent fix sought (fish radio)


Study sees U.S. grocery wholesalers facing new and growing challenges


Walmart promotes Judith McKenna to COO of U.S. operations


EU trawlers lose access to most important African fishery, Mauritania, in fees dispute


American Samoa determined to protect both tuna canneries as albacore stocks dwindle  


Study estimates 270,000 tons of plastic floating in world's oceans


Thai fishing vessel operators trying to justify US lifting Tier 3 human trafficking status


Former EU Commissioner Damanaki will lead The Nature Conservancy's Global Oceans Program


Cargill considering stand-alone bid for all of Nutreco


Frozen halibut supplies threatened as Bering Sea cuts may doom fleet  


Costco quarterly profit beats estimates after comps bounce


Wed. Dec 10 2014

Seafood.com News Summary Wednesday Dec. 10, 2014


Newfoundland's Icewater Seafoods gets $200,000 grant to upgrade cod processing  


Alaska's 22nd Symphony of Seafood best product contest adds by-product category for 2015 event


Final Bering Sea pollock TAC's to be set this weekend, Plan Team ABC limit is 1.63 mln tons in 2015  


Investments in Chile's salmon farms falls to 6 year low with industry well past ISA crisis


LaMonica family went from scungili to become a major player in surf clam and ocean quahog industry


Norway seafood exports hit record this year, recovery in Portugal and Brazil important factors  


China and Taiwan help drive huge expansion for New Zealand's green mussel exports to Asia  


Halibut system broken in Bering Sea, where bycatch wastage 3 times higher than commercial landings  


Tilman Fertitta's ambitious Golden Nugget Lake Charles now open


Fish feed from insects could help down drive production costs for world's fish farmers (Fish Radio)  


Louisiana has ambitious $50 billion plan to fight wetlands erosion, but will it work?


Crimean fishing industry on brink of collapse, major Russian companies may pick up the pieces


Hilborn, other scientists question Kerry's focus on Marine Protected Areas as conservation strategy   (1)


Migrating red knots that feed on Delaware Bay horseshoe crab eggs declared a threatened species


MPEDA says India's Andrah Pradesh region can become a global force in farmed tilapia production  


Vietnamese seafood exporters anxious to send more product to Russia under sharply reduced tariffs


UK Small Business Group finds widespread 'Supplier Bullying' by major chains


Cambodian crab poacher detained near Kamcatka as IUU fishing continues


As more menu labeling details emerge, several parts of the FDA rules remain unclear


Mid Atlantic council considering fishing gear restrictions to protect deepwater canyon corals


Sanford prepared to end Pacific tuna fishing saying it's "no longer a viable fishery"


Newfoundland says Ottawa reneges on promise of $400 million in EU trade deal


China Tuna withdraws IPO on Hong Kong exchange as criticism of Pacific tuna management mounts


Russia-Japan IUU fishing agreement takes effect with focus on crab  


TUF opens Global Innovation Incubator at university



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President Obama blocks oil and natural gas drilling in Bristol Bay

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Wall Street Journal] By Amy Harder - December 17, 2014 - 

WASHINGTON, President Barack Obama announced yesterday that he is indefinitely blocking oil and natural gas drilling in Alaska’s Bristol Bay, a move that drew cheers from wildlife groups and muted reaction from oil and gas proponents.

In a video message posted online, Mr. Obama cited the environmental and economic benefits of Bristol Bay’s natural habitat, including how it provides 40% of the nation’s wild-caught seafood, as reasons why drilling shouldn’t be allowed.

“It’s something that’s too precious for us just to be putting out to the highest bidder,” Mr. Mr. Obama said.

Tuesday’s announcement is relatively noncontroversial. There is no oil and gas drilling in the region...

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Recommendations of federal task force on IUU fishing and seafood fraud released

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [SCOM] - December 17, 2014 -
 
Yesterday the U. S. Presidential Task Force on Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing and Seafood Fraud, co-chaired by the Departments of State and Commerce, released its recommendations to the President for a comprehensive framework to combat IUU fishing and seafood fraud.
 
The recommendations include input from various stakeholders and aim to level the playing field for legitimate fishermen, increase consumer confidence in the sustainability of seafood sold in the U. S., and ensure the vitality of marine fish stocks. The public will have an opportunity to comment on implementation of these recommendations.
 
According to NOAA, in 2013, U. S. fishermen landed 9.9 billion pounds of fish and shellfish worth $5.5 billion. Globally, IUU fishing causes estimated losses of $10-$23 billion annually....

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Norwegians increase prices on larger cod, smaller cod priced similar to Newfoundland

SEAFOODNEWS.COM  [SCOM]  Dec 17, 2014

The Norwegian fishermens association, Norges Rafisklag, could not come to an agreement with processors regarding prices for cod, and went to mediation early this week.
 
 
Prices in Newfoundland are set for the year with a negotiation in the spring between the FFAW and cod buyers. 
 
The price for premium quality cod, delivered to the plant...

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Chile's 14 major salmon producers sign landmark labor agreement with nearly 900,000 workers

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Techno Press] December 17, 2014

A majority of Chile's salmon producers signed a major labor agreement with their workers that will allow the two sides to cooperate in improving working conditions across the industry.

During a meeting in Los Lagos, 14 of the country's major salmon producers, representing about 80 percent of Chilean production, agreed to a Social Dialogue initiative with about 900,000 workers who were represented by the National Confederation of Salmon Workers (Contrasal) and SalmonChile.

"Today (Tuesday 16 December) is a very special day. In the morning, along with the Minister of Labor, Javiera Blanco, signed an agreement between employers and major trade unions in the sector to regulate the work on Sunday. A social dialogue process that lasted about two months and will allow better regulation for nearly 900,000 workers," said Chile's Labor Secretary Javier Diaz...

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Moratorium on new sites delays Cooke Aquaculture's $150M expansion plan for Nova Scotia by years

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [CBC] - December 14, 2014 - 

Atlantic Canada's largest aquaculture company — Cooke Aquaculture — says it has been forced to delay key elements in a $150-million expansion planned for Nova Scotia by several years.

New Brunswick-based Cooke blames a moratorium on new aquaculture sites imposed by the previous New Democratic government in 2013, when it ordered a study of aquaculture. 

Cooke's applications for new aquaculture sites have also been on a shelf for two years.

"That part of our business plan has stalled. That's not our doing.

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EU raises 2015 cod and haddock quotas despite scientific recommendation to slash catches

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [The Guardian] by Fiona Harvey - December 17, 2014

Britain’s fishermen will be allowed to increase their catch of cod and other key fish species next year after late-night wrangling between EU ministers in Brussels resulted in a new set of fishing quotas that flout scientific advice.

The quota for cod catches for 2015 will increase by 5% on last year, though scientific advice suggested that it should be cut by 20%.

The UK’s fisheries minister, George Eustice, hailed the deal as a triumph for Britain’s dwindling fishing fleets. He said: “Although these were difficult negotiations, I am pleased that we were able to secure the best possible deal to ensure sustainable fisheries and a strong UK fishing industry. While fishermen had feared there would be major cuts, we were able to keep the same quota as last year for many species, in addition to important increases to the North Sea cod and haddock quota, which will benefit Scottish fishermen.”

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Rep Don Young (AK) to lead on Magnuson Reauthorization in restructuring of House committees next year

SEAFOODNEWS.COM by John Sackton  Dec 17, 2014

Saving Seafood reports that long time staffer for fisheries issues in the House, Dave Whaley, is leaving his position on the House subcommittee on fisheries, wildlife, and Oceans.  He says that with the next Congress, all ocean related issues will be folded into the current Water and Power subcommittee.
 
It will be called Water, Power and Oceans subcommittee....

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Frozen tilapia market continues to weaken on smaller sizes amid lackluster buying interest

SEAFOODNEWS.COM  by John Sackton Dec 16, 2014

There is a disconnect in the tilapia market with weak buyer interest and an apparent oversupply of small 3-5 ounce fillets favored at retail. 
 
This is bringing tilapia prices closer to their average differential with pangasius.  Last spring, 3-5 oz tilapia was selling nearly $1.00 higher than swai, or pangasius...

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Newfoundland-Labrador sets policy for sustainable development of aquaculture   

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Advertiser] By Ashley Fitzpatrick - December 17, 2014 - 

Marking rapid growth in aquaculture in Newfoundland and Labrador since 2006, the provincial government is looking to the future with a new strategy to support sustainable growth in the aquaculture industry.

The strategy, released today, lays out a framework for roughly the next five years, identifying focus areas for the government.

Priorities will be aquatic animal health, aquaculture waste management, environmental monitoring, wastewater treatment, farmed and wild fish interactions, supportive financial programs, human resources planning, supply chain logistics planning, regulatory structure, communications, research and development...

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ASC will streamline its eight separate fish farming certifications into one core standard

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [SCOM] December 17, 2014

The Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) said it will now work to streamline its eight unique fish farming standards into one harmonized certification. 

Since its inception, the ASC has certified over 100 farms globally whose products--which include pangasius, tilapia, shrimp, trout and salmon--are traded in markets worldwide. The standards were developed in partnership the WWF's aquaculture dialogues. 

According to the ASC its latest project will seek to unify the eight standards into one. The ASC said it will first indentify commonalities across the existing standards, which will be used to create a core certification that will cover generic requirements. Species or production specific requirements will be covered in related annexes...

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Act reducing West Coast groundfish buyout rate payments from 5% to 3% passes Congress

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Chinook Observer] - December 17, 2014 - 

WASHINGTON, D.C. — A piece of federal legislation, long in the works, passed this month and will give tightly regulated Pacific Coast groundfish fishermen some extra breathing room.

The Revitalizing the Economy of Fisheries in the Pacific Act, or the REFI Pacific Act, received strong bipartisan and bicameral support and passed last week.

 It is now on its way for President Obama’s signature.

The REFI Act will affect about 120 active vessels and will reduce the percentage remaining fishermen in the Pacific Coast groundfish fleet will have to pay on a federal buyout. Currently, they pay 5% of what they make on a harvest. Once the REFI Pacific Act is signed and implemented, they will pay 3% or even less..

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Holiday trading patterns impact this week's wholesale beef, egg and seafood markets

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Urner Barry] by Jamie Chadwick - December 17, 2014

Following is a weekly recap of some of the major market developments from around the beef, pork, poultry, seafood and egg industries from Urner Barry Newswires. The commentary is based on reports from Urner Barry's market reporters.   

In the beef complex, the cutout, which represents a composite value of the carcass based upon prices paid for primal cuts, was under pressure last week as high retail prices lead to weak consumer demand as other lower cost protein options compete with beef cuts.  The Choice cutout fell $6.49/ per hundred weight (cwt), or -2.56%, from the previous week.  Holiday buying seems to be complete, and packers were clearing excess product at a discount...

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Darden quarterly sales up 4.9 percent, Olive Garden comps up 0.5 percent

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Reuters] - December 17, 2014 - 

Darden Restaurants Inc, whose entire board was replaced by activist investor Starboard Value LP, reported a 4.9 percent rise in quarterly sales and raised the lower end of its adjusted profit forecast for the full year.

The company's shares were up 1.9 percent in extended trading.

The quarterly report was the first since Starboard ousted Darden's board in a stunning move for the largest full-service restaurant operator in the United States.

Same-restaurant sales at Olive Garden rose 0.5 percent in the quarter, compared with a 0.4 percent fall expected by analysts polled by Consensus Metrix.

Sales were also helped by a steady rise in online ordering and take-out sales, the company said on the call.

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Louisiana announces Dec. 22 closing date for most inshore, some offshore fall shrimping waters

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [KATC] December 17, 2014

Today, Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Secretary Robert Barham announced a closure of the fall shrimp season in most state inside waters and in a portion of state outside waters effective Monday, Dec. 22, 2014 at official sunset.

Specifically, those waters that will close to shrimping include...

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Malerie Gunderson's "Fish Eye" takes Grand Prize in ASMI's Alaska Fishing Photo Contest (Fish Radio)

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Fish Radio with Laine Welch] December 17, 

2014 

This is Fish Radio. I’m Laine Welch – ASMI Fishing Photo Winners!

The Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute (ASMI) is pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 Fishing Families photo contest. Malerie Gunderson of Sand Point, Alaska will take home the grand prize of two round-trip tickets on Alaska Airlines with her artistic photo of a fish eye. The photo received over 2,200 votes from a Facebook gallery of finalists during a two-week voting period following the close of the contest.

In addition to the grand prize, ASMI is awarding 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prizes in the following categories. All winning photos can be viewed online atphotocontest.alaskaseafood.org...

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OSU team thinks Tums hold the key to reversing acidification's threat to shellfish

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [The Oregonian] By Kelly House - December 17, 2014 - 

Could the solution to ocean acidification and its deadly effects on shellfish lie in a bottle of Tums?

New research from Oregon State University scientists suggests it could.

According to a study published in the journal Nature Climate Change, the real cause of the phenomenon that’s killing oysters, mussels and other shellfish up and down the Pacific coast isn’t just heightened carbon dioxide and ocean pH levels, as previously thought.

Rather, human-caused carbon dioxide pollution plays a role in a more complex equation. The water’s overall saturation state — a term used to describe its corrosiveness to larval bivalve shells — ultimately determines whether the larvae are able to create a shell.

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Canadian lobsters making massive inroads in China; consumers told not to discard the claws

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Hexun.com] Translated by Amy Zhong Dec 16, 2014
 
Canadian lobster sales in China are soaring with widespread consumer discussions of how they differ from the standard Crayfish or Australian Lobster.  Chinese women have taken to Wechat to post pictures and discuss their lobster dishes.  In most cases, live Canadian lobsters are priced at about 1/3 the level of Australian, and consumers are responding.  There are now over 200 online stores selling Canadian lobster, and there is every indication that consumption is reaching a critical mass that will have widespread and longterm ramfications for the North American lobster supply chain.  Below is one of our reports from the newpaper in Hangzhou:  
 
    Can you imagine spending about one hundred yuan buying a lobster for dinner? It used to be regarded as a fallacy, but now it comes true. A batch of lobsters from Canada have been served on the table of Chinese consumers recently. Wei is a regular shopper of Taobao and she has been tempted by these low-priced large lobsters, which have been sold on the Internet, although she hesitated because of her friends’ warning that the lobster texture would not be good if they turned out dead upon arrival. 
 
Wei rushed to pay 158 yuan to order a lobster at the weight of 700g when she saw that the lobster sales had been on the rise and its sales volume was even close to 20 thousand last month. After some calculation, Wei found that the price of this lobster was only about half of those which she had bought in the farmers’ markets. 
 
Actually the lobsters are the updated version of crayfish, said Wang, a manager of some Hangzhou restaurant. Although the lobster front claws are fleshy, it is not suitable to be cooked as sashimi because it is difficult for the meat to melt in the mouth.  
 
A batch of lobsters have been flown from Canada to Shanghai and they need to overcome the jet lag here. 
 
Recently many housewives have shown off their dishes of high-end lobsters in Wechat. ...

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