Tue. May 21 2019

Newfoundland Crab Price Panel Lowers Price to $4.90 After Processors Appeal for Reconsideration  


Adak Groups, NOAA, and Secretary of Commerce Ross Appeal Decision to Rescind Amendment 113


Mary B II Hearing on Capsizing Incident Wraps Up in Newport, Oregon  


AAP Report Gives Pediatricians Data on Benefits of Increased Fish Consumption for Children


Oregon Shrimpers May Look to State for Oversight as Partial Strike Continues  


How AquaMaof is Setting Up Aquaculture Companies for Success


Shrimp Featured in Meal Kit Company Blue Apron's First Grilling Box  


Captain D's Opens 26th Restaurant in North Carolina


SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, May 21


Mon. May 20 2019

The Winding Glass: Is the Seafood Industry Awash in Corruption?   


LISTEN: Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuit Obsessed; Dolphin-Safe Tuna Suit; and More!  


Copper River Opener Sees Encouraging Start to 2019 Run


Russian Fish Harvests Level Off, Decrease After Years of Consecutive Growth  


Anchorage Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against BBRSDA’s Anti-Pebble Activities


Rising Demand, Unstable Supply Force China to Start Processing More Basa  


First Wild Copper River Salmon Delivered to Seattle by Alaska Air Cargo  


Shenzhen Customs Seizes 732 kg of Smuggled Geoducks from the U.S.  


VIDEO: Urner Barry Staff Taste Test Vinalhaven Smoked Lobster  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, May 20


Fri. May 17 2019

Vietnam Takes Advantage of U.S.-China Trade War  


Alaskans Enjoy the Journey of the First Copper River Salmon of the Year  


VIDEO: Cheddar Bay Biscuits; DFO Closes Fishing Areas; Consumers Sue Canned Tuna Companies  


Frankenfish Name Embraced by Makers, Updates


Trident Seafoods' Dan Murphy Joins Seafood Nutrition Partnership's Board of Directors


New Season of "Chef's A' Field: Good Catch" to Feature Sustainable Seafood   


Fisheries Debate Over Marine Parks Heats Up On Eve of Australia’s General Election


Captain D's Reopens Corporate-Owned Tennessee Location A Little Over Year After Fire


SeafoodNews.com Summary Friday, May 17


Thu. May 16 2019

U.S. Department of Transportation Suspends Air Service to and from Venezuela  


DFO Temporarily Closes Fishing Areas Due to Presence of North Atlantic Right Whales  


Alaska’s Bear-Viewing Industry Threatened by Pebble Mine


Economic Reports Show Seafood, Transportation Industries Contribute Billions to Northwest Economy


Bipartisan Group in Senate Introduce Bill to Restore Funding to Fishing Safety Training Grants


Crab House Trading Corp. Recalls Over 36,000 Pounds of Frozen Siluriformes Products  


Legal Seafoods, Lobster Gram Named 'Best of 2019' By TopConsumerReviews.com


Seven Seas International USA Recalls Biltmore Smoked Salmon Due to Possible Health Risk  


Florida Stone Crabbers Experienced Crustacean Frustration This Season. They Say Red Tide is to Blame  


Benchmark's New Land-Based Salmon Egg Production Facility to Open Next Week  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, May 16


Wed. May 15 2019

Consumers Sue Bumble Bee, Chicken of the Sea and StarKist Over 'Dolphin-Safe' Claims  


New Rules to Protect Chinook Salmon in Fraser and Avoid "Path to Extinction"


ANALYSIS: Tariffs High, Inventory Holdings Low  


Sea Delight Joins NFI's Crab Council, Red Crab Council


SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, May 15


Op-Ed: Murkowski's Lack of Oversight on Pebble


Italian National Pleads Guilty After Attempting to Traffic Cocaine on Fishing Vessels


Florida Stone Crab Season to Close on Thursday  


Pebble Mine vs. Salmon Fishermen Gets Heard in Court, No Judgment Yet  


Red Lobster Launches Cheddar Bay Biscuits Sweepstakes in Honor of National Biscuit Day


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U.S. Attorney’s Office Sells Shrimp Boat Seized After Fraud Conviction

The Assistant United States Attorney with the Southern District of Georgia’s Asset Recovery Unit has completed the sale of a shrimp boat that was seized in a federal fraud investigation.

The shrimp boat initially belonged to Tybee Island shrimper and fisherman Michael Brian Anderson. According to the Department of Justice, Anderson submitted “multiple false claims to Customs & Border Protection (CBP) seeking millions of dollars in subsidies under the Continued Dumping and Subsidy Offset Act of 2000 (CDSOA).” The CDSOA protects American shrimp producers by imposing...

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