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UK Consumers File Class Action Lawsuit Against 6 Salmon Producers  


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AI Golden King Crab Catch Limits Nearly Same as Last Year East of 174° W, Big Cut West of 174° W


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Commerce Approves More Than $12M for Alaska, Washington Salmon Disasters in 2021-2022  


Equitable Fishing Access, Sustainable Practices to be Addressed at WPRFMC Meeting  


FDA Issues Warning About IQF Oysters From Republic of Korea  


Tsukiji Kanisho Snaps Up All 50 Tons Of Snow Crab At The Second Russian Opilio Auction In Busan  


Florida Man Pleads Guilty To Evading Taxes While Working As Commercial Fisherman in New Bedford


Seafoodnews.com Summary Monday, June 24


Fri. Jun 21 2024

Industry Responds To Plan to Ban Open Net-Pen Salmon Farms In B.C. in 5 Years  


Industry To Peltola: “We Urge You To Withdraw Your Bill”


Barents Sea Cod Quota Trend Continues For Fourth Year  


BOEM Offshore Wind Steamroller Grinds its Way to Gulf of Maine with Draft EA


Espersen CEO Klaus Nielsen Retiring After 25 Years; Former Orkla Exec Appointed as New CEO


Hokkaido Herring Landings Hit 7000 Tons From January to May  


Seafoodnews.com Summary Friday, June 21


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5 Things To Know About The Canadian Government’s Transition From Open Net-Pen Salmon Farming in B.C.  


ANALYSIS: The Squid Market Faces Supply Fluctuations and Increasing Freight Costs  


Copper River Sockeye Catch Grows, Kenai TAC Announced, and Port Moller Numbers Are In


New Columbia River Task Force Formed, Nik Blosser Tapped as Executive Director


Norwegian Food Safety Authority Confirms ISA At Lerøy, Salmar, Masoval and Mowi


G7 Leaders Express Concerns Over Russian Fish and Seafood Products


Japan: Crab Sticks Processed with Sustainable Alaskan Surimi Go on Sale at 16,300 FamilyMart Stores  


Russia Plans to Modernize its Fish Production and Processing Capacities by Almost 80% by 2028-2029


Seafoodnews.com Summary Thursday, June 20


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ANALYSIS: 2024 Pacific Halibut Season Update  


Pacific Seafood Fined $222,000 By Washington Department of Ecology


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Holland America Line’s McKinley Chalet Resort in Alaska Receives MSC Certificate


Seafoodnews.com Summary Tuesday, June 18


Mon. Jun 17 2024

PODCAST: Silver Bay To Acquire Another Trident Facility; Red Lobster Brings Back Crabfest and More


ANALYSIS: Snow Crab Retail Features Lag Last Year 7.7 Percent  


ANALYSIS: Increasing Freight Drives Pressure on Value Finfish  


Norway Revokes All Snow Crab Permits In Effort To Ensure Better Profitability In Fishery  


Japan: April Surimi Product Output Increases After Four Months  


Nation’s Largest Icebreaker Healy Enroute to Alaska for Three Arctic Research Missions


ButcherBox’s Second Annual Grill Index Reveals Lack of Confidence When It Comes To Grilling Seafood  


CDFW, Cal Maritime Release Samon in Hopes of Rebuilding Populations  


Seafoodnews.com Summary Monday, June 17


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West Coast Sardine Fishery Closed for Third Straight Season for Low Abundance 

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [SeafoodNews] April 11, 2017

The Pacific Fishery Management Council announced the continued closure of the Pacific sardine directed fishery through June 30, 2018. This is the third annual closure in a row for this fishery.
 
Council members heard from scientists that the abundance forecast for the 2017- 2018 season, scheduled to start July 1, was significantly below the 150,000 metric ton threshold for a directed fishery. They also considered testimony from fishery participants and environmental groups before reaching a decision to close the directed fishery...

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