Thu. Aug 22 2019

With Global Warming and Less Sea Ice, Nome is Emerging as Strategic Port for the U.S.

University Study Shows Longline Fishing Hampers Shark Migration  

Symphony of Seafood Calls for Entries in 27th Competition

NOAA Seeking Comments on April 2019 Control Date for Lobster Fishery  

Mowi Confirms New Aqua Feed Plant in Scotland is Fully Operational

SeaShare Aiming to Send 800,000 Servings of Seafood Across Alaska This Year  

AmazonFresh Expands Into Three New Cities

Long John Silver's launches $7.99 All-You-Can-Eat Special to Celebrate 50th Anniversary Summary Thursday, August 22

Wed. Aug 21 2019

Seafood Expo Asia Canceled 2 Weeks Ahead of Event

CleanFish Names New Director of Purchasing, West Coast Sales Manager

Tassal to Bring 1,000 Jobs to North Queensland With New Aquaculture Facility Summary Wednesday, August 21

Tue. Aug 20 2019

Carlos 'The Codfather' Rafael's Lawyer Speaks Out After NOAA Settles Case

Alaska Salmon Landings Now at More Than 155 Million Fish, 73% of Pre-Season Forecast  

Plastic Straw Alternatives: How One Company Is Helping Protect Marine Life

Coast Guard Patrols North Pacific to Protect International Fisheries

Center for Biological Diversity Sues Trump Administration Again After 3 Orca Deaths  

Bristol Bay Business Boot Camp

Coast Guard Medevacs Man From Vessel Near Uganik Bay, Alaska

Tough Salmon Market Conditions in Chile Affect Peruvian Alicorp's Aqua Feed Revenue in Q2  

Captain D’s Opens First Location in South Florida Summary Tuesday, August 20

Mon. Aug 19 2019

NOAA Settles Case Against Carlos "The Codfather" Rafael: $3 Million Fine, Cease Commercial Fishing

LISTEN: Captain Neill's Owner Guilty; USTR's Chinese Tariff Lists; Expanded Seafood Market Coverage

Vietnam Sees Global Opportunity in Breaded Shrimp Industry  

Hainan Province Builds on Tilapia Exports While Also Developing Domestic Market  

Once Entangled Right Whale Spotted Gear-free, 180 More Whales Found Swimming Free

Long John Silver’s Celebrates 50 Year Anniversary Summary Monday, August 19

Fri. Aug 16 2019

From Harvest to Home: Fresh Bristol Bay Sockeye Lifts Sales at Five Retailers Nationwide  

Celebrating Pike Place Market's 112th Anniversary: Visiting Seattle's Famous Market is a No Brainer

ANALYSIS: YTD Frog Leg Imports Tracking Ahead of LY  

Russia Faces a Shortage of Saury, Mackerel and Sardines Again This Year  

ANALYSIS: Crab Meat Imports Drop in June, Uncertainty Grows with China Harvest on Horizon  

VIDEO: Chinese Tariff Lists; Salmon Catch Update; Tuna Analysis; and Captain Neill’s Owner Guilty  

Eating Farmed Fish Does not ‘Save the Wild’

Hilborn: Washington Salmon Runs Will not be Restored With More Hatcheries Summary Friday, August 16

NOAA Report: Approximately 85% Of West Coast Estuary Habitat Lost  

Coast Guard Boat Crew Rescues Man on Fishing Boat in North Carolina

Coast Guard Medevacs 60-Year-Old Vessel Master Near Knowles Head, Alaska

Fisheries Survival Fund Supports Department Of Interior Commitment To Scientific Review Of Wind Farm

DFO Launches Investigation of Illegal Dumping of 1,500 lbs. of Crab in Maple Ridge, B.C.  

Thu. Aug 15 2019 Summary Thursday, August 15

Red Snapper Management Change from Feds to Gulf States is Now in Public Comment Phase

Walmart Canada, Instacart Grocery Delivery Goes Nationwide

Tesco Updating Farmed Salmon Standards; Supporting Suppliers As They Switch to Algal Oil  

Canada Announces Creation of Atlantic Seal Task Team

Former 'Deadliest Catch' Star Sentenced to 18 Months For DUI, Drug Possession

Captain Neill's Seafood Owner Pleads Guilty to Selling Falsely Labeled Crabmeat  

Alaska Salmon Update, Mid-August  

ANALYSIS: Frozen Tuna Imports Fall in June  

China’s Shrimp Imports Expected To Rise And So Are The Prices  

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Judge Orders Ban on Some Mexican Seafood Imports Over Threatened Vaquita Population

noaa photoSEAFOODNEWS.COM [San Diego Union Tribune] by Rosanna Xia - July 27, 2018

To protect one of the most endangered species in the world, an international trade court judge ordered the Trump administration Thursday to ban all seafood harvested with gill nets in Mexico's northern Gulf of California - a bold move with significant political and economic consequences.

The order to save the vaquita porpoise, nicknamed "panda of the sea" for its chubby frame and black-ringed eyes, comes despite arguments from the U.S. government that a ban...

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