Thu. Jul 11 2024

VIDEO: Mexican Fisheries Leader Killed; India Shrimp Antidumping Update; Echo Falls New Tuna Product


Peak Week: Bristol Bay Sockeye Landings of 17.5 Million Are Now 70% of Forecast


U.S. Authorities Lobbying For MSC to Ban Russia  


Bayou Best Foods Is The Latest Company To Enter Plant-Based Seafood Space


Oregon Seaweed Makes It Way Onto New Seasons Market Shelves  


Maggiano’s Little Italy Looking To Next Chapter While Under New Leadership


Ahimsa Companies Scoops Up Ohio Plant-Based Production Facility


ANALYSIS: Brazil Shifts Lobster Trade Away from the U.S.  


Seafoodnews.com Summary Thursday, July 11


Wed. Jul 10 2024

Chinese Seafood Labeled As New High Priority Sector For Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act


Mexican Fisheries Organization Leader Killed After Speaking Out On Illegal Fishing


The Retail Rundown: Dog Days Dull Buying Occasions


Commerce Releases Final Results of Antidumping Review of Shrimp From India  


Japan: May Surimi Imports Increase by 10.2% to 24,000 Tons  


Maruha Nichiro Expects $38 Million in Sale of Its C&F Logistics Holding Company


Ocean Beauty Seafoods Adds New Yellowfin Tuna Product To Echo Falls Smoked Seafood Line  


Icelandic Japan Starts Importing Fresh Atlantic Salmon from Iceland  


Seafoodnews.com Summary Wednesday, July 10


Tue. Jul 9 2024

ANALYSIS: Atlantic Halibut Market Experiences Significant Price Volatility in 2024  


Minister Lebouthillier Launches Investigation Into Arrest Of Mi’kmaq Men Elver Fishing  


Nissin Brings Back its Sold Out Plant Based Eel  


Iceland’s LAXEY Raises €6 Million to Continue Construction On New Facility  


Blue Star Foods Looks To AI To Combat Labor Issues In Soft Shell Crab Shedding Operations  


Skrimp Shack Comes Up With Delicious Solution For Invasive Blue Catfish  


Seafoodnews.com Summary Tuesday, July 9


Mon. Jul 8 2024

Snow Crab's Cool Conquest of U.S. Market  


PODCAST: Fire On Northline Seafoods' New Salmon Barge; USDA Catfish Awards; And More


ANALYSIS: Farmed Salmon Import Update  


ANALYSIS: Argentina Shrimp Exports Slightly Down in 2024  


Russia Projects Surimi Production to Triple to 163,000 Tons by 2028  


Nordic Aqua Partners, International Seafood Ventures Announce New Executive Appointments


Russia May Face Sharp Rise In Salmon Prices This Year  


Seafoodnews.com Summary Monday, July 8


Fri. Jul 5 2024

American Seafoods Group Pauses Sale Process, Aims Focus on Business and Growth Prospects


Norwegian Snow Crab Experiences “Record-breaking” 6 Months While King Crab Struggles  


ANALYSIS: U.S. Shrimp Imports Reverse Slightly Higher In May


Dunleavy Vetoes $10 Million for Alaska Seafood Marketing When Industry Needs it Most


Thai Union Just Opened Its First Global Shop In A Very Unique Location


Japan’s Russian Seafood Imports Fall In Terms of Both Volume and Value in 2023


Seafoodnews.com Summary Friday, July 5


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Cod or Haddock? UMass Amherst Taste Test Looks at ‘Name Bias’ and Fisheries Sustainability

Could you taste the difference between cod and other whitefish, such as haddock or hake, if you didn’t know what you were eating? The answer may have implications for supporting local fisheries and food sustainability in New England, says UMass Amherst environmental conservation graduate student Amanda Davis.

A research fellow at the UMass Amherst-based Northeast Climate Adaptation Science Center, Davis is exploring the reactions of UMass Amherst students and staff born between 1980 and 2000, in a scientific sensory evaluation of five different whitefish species ...

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