Tue. Aug 21 2018

Analysis: Tilapia Gaining Traction as Pangasius Prices Hit New Highs; Tariffs Are Huge Threat  

Tom Mazzetta Not Bothered by Tariffs on AK Seafood, Says Shrimp Tariffs Forced Him to Close Plant

Consumers Want Convenience — Is the Seafood Industry Moving in the Right Direction?

Big in Japan: Scotland’s Seafood Heavyweights Look to Scale Up Exports  

Start up Plans 'Recovery Ponds' for Horseshoe Crabs After Blood Extracted for Medical Use

Governor Walker Set to Sign Bill to Grow Mariculture Industry in Alaska  

Shrimp Landings Down for Month of July in Louisiana  

SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, August 21

Mon. Aug 20 2018

NOAA Trawl Survey Finds No Cold Water In Bering Sea; Conducts Emergency Survey in North    

SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, August 20

US Trade Rep Doubles Length of Tariff Hearing on China, Seafood Industry to get 14 minutes to Speak

This Week On the Seafood News Podcast: Arctic Surf Clam Quota, Illegally Treated Fish and More  

Urner Barry's Seafood Import Workshop is Heading to Boston This October

Fri. Aug 17 2018

Bonamar Buys IMS; Morty and Marc Nussbaum to Continue Operations

Fraser Sockeye Season Gearing Up; Landings of 1.3 Million Salmon So Far

VIDEO: Surf Clam Award; Red Tide Emergency; Pacific Seafood Reopens Plant; Seafood Import Workshop

NL First Nation Says it Will Retry for Surf Clam License; Calls for Adjacency Principle

Mining Operations Threaten Fishing Operations at Russian West Kamchatka Region  

BAP Certifies 38 New Facilities, Recertifies 157 in July

NOAA Fisheries Call on Tribes to Apply for Species Recovery Grants

Mead Treadwell Talks Fish in Race for Alaska Governor

SeafoodNews.com Summary Friday, August 17

Thu. Aug 16 2018

NFI Posts 3 New Videos That Illustrate Impact of Tariffs on Seafood Community

Global Salmon Initiative Celebrates Five Years of Collaboration and Transparency

Zhangzidao Avoids Hot Weather Sea Cucumber Disaster That Affects Cucumber Pond Farms  

Ocean Acidity Impairs Sense of Smell in Fish

BioMar Gets Final Approval to Start Construction on Fish Feed Facility in Tasmania

SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, August 16

Wed. Aug 15 2018

Pacific Seafood Opens New, State-of-the-Art Plant in Warrenton, Oregon  

Restaurants' Gain from Lower Prices Due to Trump Tariffs May be Wiped Out by Seafood Price Increases

NOAA to Fully Fund At-Sea Monitoring Program in New England for 2018, Reimburse More Costs for 2017

Florida Gov. Rick Scott Declares State of Emergency Over Red Tide; Seafood Sales Drop

Russia Company Plans Increase in Deep Water Crab Harvests  

Whole Foods, HyVee, Aldi and Target Top Greenpeace’s 2018 Supermarket Sustainable Seafood Scorecard

SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, August 15

Report: Untreated Grey Water Dumped in Canadian Arctic Waters to Double by 2035

High Liner’s New CEO Rod Hepponstall Announces Organizational Realignment With 2nd Quarter Results

Thai Union Remains on FTSE4Good Index, Receives Multiple Sustainability Awards

Eating Farmed Salmon Just As Good As Going Vegan When it Comes to Reducing Impact on Earth  

Bering Sea Region Returns Most Fish Bucks to Alaska

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Land Based Fish Farm Being Built in South Africa

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [SeafoodNews] - May 17, 2018

Cape Nordic Corporation (CNC) has signed a contract with Gråkjær, a Denmark construction company that builds commercial, aquacultural and agricultural facilities, to complete a large-scale fish production facility near Cape Town in South Africa.

With an increased demand for fresh fish in African markets, CNC is looking to build a new facility that contains a hatchery to produce 1,800 tons of sea trout a year. According to Erik B. Rasmussen, the Danish director of CBC, Africa has been importing huge quantities of ...

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