Mon. May 20 2024

Everything We Know About Red Lobster’s Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Filing


Catches Are Up in the Copper River; Cordova’s Fleet Gets A Second 12-Hour Opener Today  


Secretary Gina Raimondo Announces Disaster Determination for Bering Sea Snow Crab — Money to Follow  


ANALYSIS: Mid-May Snow Crab Market Update  


Bristol Bay Groups File Motion to Intervene in Pebble’s Challenge to EPA’s Decision


Sea Harvest CEO Issues Statement After Vessel Sinks With 11 Presumed Dead


Russia Continues to Increase Crab Exports to Asia Pacific Region  


Wanda Fish Unveils Its First Cell-Cultivated Bluefin Tuna Toro Sashimi  


Seafoodnews.com Summary Monday, May 20


Fri. May 17 2024

LISTEN: TAGeX CEO Neal Sherman Talks Media Attention Surrounding Red Lobster Liquidation And More


Silver Bay Seafoods, Channel Fish and More Win Latest USDA Seafood Purchase Requests  


ANALYSIS: Tilapia Market Troubles – Supply Shortages and Supply Chain Disruptions  


North Atlantic Right Whale Calf Presumed Dead; Fourth Calf of 2024 Calving Season To Be Missing


Conveyor Belt Sushi Market Increased by 8% in 2023, 5.5% Increase Projected For 2024


Japan: March Surimi Products Output Fell 5.2% to 36,547 Tons, Household Spending up 2.9%  


Prince William Sound Citizens’ Council Remains Committed to its Mission


Seafoodnews.com Summary Friday, May 17


Thu. May 16 2024

VIDEO: Red Lobster Closures; Gulf of St. Lawrence Grid Closures; New Atlantic Sapphire CEO  


NL Snow Crab Drama Continues With Talks Of Plant Worker Strikes  


Cooke Accused of Violating American Fisheries Act and Jones Act


Pioneering Hi-Tech Crabber “North American” Sinks Near Seattle’s Ballard Bridge


Russia Confirms Plans to Increase Volume of Krill Catch This Year  


PANOS Brands Acquires Smoked Salmon Producer The Santa Barbara Smokehouse  


Seafoodnews.com Summary Thursday, May 16


Wed. May 15 2024

A Timeline Of Red Lobster Leading Up To May 2024 Liquidation Of Select Restaurants


ANALYSIS: Canadian Spring Lobster Season Update  


17 Industry Groups Ask Congress to Fund North Pacific Fisheries Surveys at No Less Than $15M


More Than a Dozen Additional Temporary Grid Closures Announced for Gulf of St. Lawrence  


The Retail Rundown: Memorial Day Promotions; Latest CPI Data


Hokkaido Spring Herring Landings Record 6540 Tons for the First Time Since 1996  


Seafoodnews.com Summary Wednesday, May 15


Tue. May 14 2024

Red Lobster Abruptly Closes 48 Restaurants, As Revealed By Equipment Liquidation Company


First Temporary Grid Closures Announced in Gulf of St. Lawrence Following Sighting of Entangled NARW  


Legislative Task Force Created to Evaluate Alaska's Seafood Industry


Atlantic Sapphire Appoints Former Cermaq Chile Managing Director as New CEO  


Japan’s Consumer Food Price Index: Seafood Prices Soar By 25.7% in 2023


Seafoodnews.com Summary Tuesday, May 14


Trader Joe’s Introduces 3 New Seafood Products, Including RTE Salmon Item  


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Judge Rules Adak Cod Set-Aside Unlawful, Orders NMFS to Rewrite Amendment 113

D.C. Circuit Court Judge Timothy Kelly ruled yesterday that the North Pacific Council’s Amendment 113 to the Bering Sea Groundfish Fisheries Management Plan does not comply with Magnuson-Stevens Act requirements.

The amendment, adopted in 2016, provided 5,000 mt of Pacific cod as a set-aside for processing facilities located west of 170 degrees longitude. It named the specific villages of Adak and Atka and the plants located there as the plants that would benefit from this set-aside...

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