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 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

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 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  

Alec Brindle Leaves Legacy of Leadership and Philanthropy

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

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

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

Florida Stone Crab Season to Close on Thursday  

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

Red Lobster Launches Cheddar Bay Biscuits Sweepstakes in Honor of National Biscuit Day Summary Wednesday, May 15

Tue. May 14 2019

A View from the Top of the World: Interview with Salmon Group CEO- Women in Food and Agriculture

ANALYSIS: Record Spread Continues Between 5-8 and 8-up Canadian Snow Crab  

Russia’s RRPK Developing Major Fish Processing Assets in the North  

China’s Closed Fishing Season Having Unignorable Ripple Effect  

McDonald's Adds Fish & Chips to Canadian Menus for Limited Time  

Mowi's Scotland Aqua Feed Plant Set to Start Trial Production This Month  

Increasing Acidity in Oceans Mean Bad News for Pink Salmon  

Canned Seafood Supplier Ocean Brands Becomes a Certified B Corporation

Norway Royal Salmon Investing USD 80 Million in Offshore Fish Farm Summary Tuesday, May 14

Mon. May 13 2019

Snow Crab Prices Continue to Adjust Lower, with Urner Barry Quotes on 5-8 Falling Below $8.00  

New China Tariffs Don’t Include Additional Taxes on US Seafood Exports

Two Alaska Fishing Vessels Sink With No Lives Lost, Thanks to Skipper and Crew Safety Awareness

Battle Lines are Drawn: Dunleavy Administration Supports Pebble Mine Against BBRSDA

Alaska Crabbers saw good recruitment on Red King and Snow Crab, Expect Strong Settlement Prices

Bellingham Wants to Keep Working Waterfront Alive After Reclaiming Fairhaven Shipyard Property Summary Monday, May 13

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Quebec's Metro Grocery Stores Now Accepting Reusable Containers at Seafood Counter

Quebec's Metro grocery chain is taking action to cut back on single-use plastics. The grocery store announced yesterday that beginning April 22, shoppers will be able to bring in their own packaging to use at the seafood counter, as well as the deli, meat, and ready-to-eat counters.

"We want to reduce the use of single-use plastic packaging," said Marc Giroux, Senior Vice President at Metro. "This is why we implemented a simple structure for customers to bring their own...

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