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Seafood News Podcast: Tilapia Market Update; Sea Lion Warning; Alaska Salmon Season; and More


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ANALYSIS: Shrimp Replacement Cost From Indonesia Lower Than India    


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ANALYSIS: Shrimp Replacement Cost From Indonesia Lower Than India


Fri. May 18 2018

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ASMI Celebrates Wild Alaska Salmon Season with Summer Grilling Push  


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Copper River Opens to Slow Catches, Record Prices  


High Crawfish Prices in China Have Consumers Complaining About Costs, Restaurants About Margin


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WDFW Denies Permit for Cooke Aquaculture to Transport Juvenile Atlantic Salmon Through Puget Sound


VIDEO: Right Whale Sighting; Canned Tuna Price Fixing; Royal Wedding Salmon and More


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Thu. May 17 2018

Chris Lischewski, CEO of Bumble Bee, 4th Individual Indicted for Price Fixing in Tuna Industry


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Copper River Fleet and Processors Partner with ADF&G to Buy ARIS Sonar Counter


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NOAA Warns Fishermen Not to Shoot Seals or Sea Lions


Pacific Marine Expo Gets Sidelined by Seattle Seahawks Football Game


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EU's Ocean Plastics Lab Coming to Washington National Mall


Leigh Habegger Joins Seafood Harvesters of America as Their New Executive Director


Land Based Fish Farm Being Built in South Africa  


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Wed. May 16 2018

Oregon District Court Judge Throws Out Last Anti-Trust Lawsuit Against Pacific Seafoods


China Submerges First Salmon Cage Off Qingdao; Industry Hopes it Will Help with Salmon Shortage  


ADF&G Budget Increase of $1 Million Survives Legislative Process


Negotiations Underway for Renewal of Pacific Salmon Treaty Amidst Pressure of Declining Stocks


Bristol Bay Salmon Fishermen Set Record for Chilling Their Fish  


Red Lobster Expands Sustainability Efforts with Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch Program Partners


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Amazon Opening 2 More ‘Amazon Go’ Convenience Stores


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Industry Veteran Kenneth Loud Joins Northern Wind as VP of New Product Development


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Pacific Whiting Fishery Opens Today to Same Harvest Levels as in 2017  


New Bedford Fishing Vessel Collides With Loaded Tankship; Coast Guard Investigating


Alaska Fishing Families are Affected by Management Changes


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News Summary December 12, 2016 

Today's Main Story: Pollock TAC Basically Unchanged in Bering Sea for 2017, Despite Huge increase in Biomass

The news opens reporting that despite the big increase in Alaska pollock biomass and allowable catch, the industry negotiations and the North Pacific Council Recommendations this year were for an insignificant 5000 metric ton increase in BSAI pollock. At the December meeting that ends tomorrow, the North Pacific Fishery Management Council added 5,000 mt to the pollock total allowable catch (TAC) for 2017 and 2018. With a total catch limit in the entire Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands of 2 million metric tons, the pollock TAC was far below an Allowable Biological Catch of 2.8 million in 2017 and nearly 3 million projected for 2018. Besides pollock, there are 21 other species or species complex harvested from the area.

In other news, federal fishing regulators say they are looking to change the way they manage Atlantic halibut in the wake of a surge in catch of the fish. The government lists Atlantic halibut as “overfished” and conservationists want to protect it. But many fishermen say the catch is up because the stock has been rebuilt over recent years. The regulatory New England Fishery Management Council decided last month to review management of halibut, which is popular with diners and chefs for its thick, meaty steaks. Exactly what form regulation changes could take isn

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