Vice President of Sales at Bumble Bee Pleads Guilty to Canned Tuna Price Fixing Conspiracy
Fresh Mahi Sets 4Q High Price; Frozen Market Nears Record with L. American Landings Low
As Global Production Surges, China Loses Market Share, Pricing Power on Tilapia
ISSF and 20 NGO Partners, Including WWF and MSC, Appeal to Pacific Tuna Comm. to Adopt Harvest Rules
House Democrats Hold Forum on Combating Slavery At Sea; Focused on Hawaii
Peruvian Anchovy Fishing Put on Temporary Hold With 20% of Quota Landed
Premium Brands Buys Assets to Toronto-Based Distributor Diana's Seafood
New Zealand Orange Roughy Certified by MSC
Seafood.com News Summary Thursday December 8, 2016
Christian Brun, Head of Maritime Fishermen's Union, Dies in Car Accident in New Brunswick
FDA Seafood Refusals Tick Down in November But Filth Keeps 2016 Rejections at Record Pace
In Blistering Critique, WWF Says MSC Financial Goals Weakened Its Standards for Indian Ocean Tuna
WWF and FFAW Update FIP for Northern Cod Recovery in Newfoundland
Norwegian Seafood Exports On Pace to Set Record High Values in 2016 from Strong Salmon, Cod Prices
ODFW Commission Extends Columbia River Reform Fisheries Transition Period
Smaller Fisheries Like Geoducks, Sea Cucumbers and Winter Kings Continue in Ak (Fish Radio)
"In Their Own Words" RQE: A Way For Charter Halibut Operators to Own a Pool of Commercial Quota
Chinese Companies to invest $200 Million for Scallop Growing in Russia
Cooke Aquaculture Wins Bid to Buy Marine Harvest Chile's Plant in Los Lagos
Seafood.com News Summary Wednesday December 7, 2016
Shrimp Imports from India Highest Ever for Oct, Up 17%; Total US Shipments on Record Pace in 2016
EU and the Cook Islands: New Fisheries Partnership Starts
Seafood.com News Summary Tuesday December 6, 2016
Hawaii Crew Rights Defender Slams AP News For Failing to Follow Up on Hawaii Industry Initiatives
China Temporarily Halts Live Dungeness Crab From California in Response to Domoic Acid Reports
Record Prices and Global Demand for Chilean Sea Bass Lead Importers to Worry Market Share
Southern Oregon Dungeness Crab Test Safe Prior to Discussion on Opening Dates
PODCAST: Oregon and Washington's Dungeness Season Delayed and Alaska's Pollock Biomass Reported
Murray, Cantwell Push to Declare Six Fisheries Disasters in Washington State
China's CAPMA Establishes Catfish Institute to Support Expansion, Including in Domestic Market
Competing Proteins: Modest Gains for Red Meat Markets Last Week
Buyback Completed in Alaska Golden King Crab Fishery; NMFS to No Longer Collect Buyback Fee
Seafood.com News Summary Monday December 5, 2016
Don't Give Up on Snow Crab: 2017 Data Says Canadian Volumes Will Come Roaring Back
California Opens 50-mile Stretch to Dungeness Crabbing; Oregon Test Results Trickle In
Russian King Crab Enters MSC Assessment After Passing Preliminary Review
MSC Retreats from Transparency, Makes it More Difficult to See Updates on Fisheries in Assessment
As Expected, Hokkaido Scallop Landings fall to 21 year low
Oceana Sues NMFS Over 25,000-mt West Coast Anchovy Limit
Seafood.com News Summary Friday December 2, 2016
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