Fri. Sep 18 2020

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IPHC Approves Three-Week Extension of Halibut Season in British Columbia Due to Pandemic

Oceana Report Confirms 300 Chinese Vessels Pillaging Waters Near Galapagos for Squid

Hurricane Sally Brings Destruction to the Gulf Coast

China’s Demand for Ecuador White Shrimp Seemingly Revives  

Coast Guard Medevacs Injured Fisherman Near Cold Bay, Alaska

Shin Nippon Biomedical Laboratories Finds Success in the Prospect of Mass Glass Eel Production  

Carnival Cruise Lines the Latest to Cancel Voyages in 2021  

Scandal-ridden Scallops Serve as Pledges in Zhangziao’s Borrowing Money from Banks  

Jerky From Alaska Pollock Summary Friday, September 18

Thu. Sep 17 2020

Pacific Council Unanimously Approves Pacific Sardine Rebuilding Plan

Coast Guard Continuing to Seek Information on December 2019 Sinking of F/V Scandies Rose

Crabbers Haul Up Best Dungeness Catches in Decades, Prices Sink  

ASMI Launches #SeafoodSunday, Invitation and Inspiration to Enjoy More Wild Seafood Together

Good Food Institute’s Alison Rabschnuk Talks About the Growing Demand for Alternative Proteins

China Reopens its Door to Russia’s King Crab  

Louisiana Fishing Industry Now Eligible to Apply for CARES Act Financial Assistance

JAPAN: Scallop Landings Recovered to 40,000 MT Level After Six Years  

JAPAN: Fall Chum Price Heats Up as Landings Slow Down  

SeaPak Introduces Everything Bagel Butterfly Shrimp Summary Thursday, September 17

Wed. Sep 16 2020

APA’s Request to Extend Access to Winter Herring Savings Area Rejected by NOAA Fisheries    

Town Dock Accuses Former Employees of Violating Non-Compete Agreements

Rhode Island Fishermen Impacted by Trade War to Receive $10 Million in Tariff Relief

Petersburg Borough Requests Fishery Disaster Declaration from Alaska Governor Dunleavy

What’s Trashing Our Oceans in 2020

Study Reviews Seafood Sustainability Claims in Canadian Supermarkets

Red Lobster and PepsiCo Kick-Off Partnership With ‘Dew Garita’

Kodiak-based Coast Guard Cutter Returns Home Following International Fisheries Enforcement Operation

Talk or Dress Like a Pirate and Get Free Fish from Long John Silver’s as Part of New Promo

Maine Opens Lotteries for Dive and Drag Scallop Licenses Summary Wednesday, September 16

Tue. Sep 15 2020

Final ASMI Update Puts 2020’s Alaska Salmon Season in Historical Context

Maine Politicians Urge Trump Administration to Extend USDA Federal Aid to Dealers, Processors  

Mariner Seafood Files for Bankruptcy; View the List of 20 Creditors With Largest Unsecured Claims

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Cold Storage Cargo Facility at Anchorage Airport Get $21 Million Federal Boost

SC Shrimp Boat Captain Wayne Magwood Remembered by Southern Shrimp Alliance, "Dirty Jobs" Host  

USDA Eyeing Purchase of U.S. Shrimp, Alaska Pollock  

Adapt and Move Fast: A Q&A with Restaurant Brands International CMO Fernando Machado

US Foods Introduces Pre-portioned, Prepacked Ingredients for Take-Home DIY Meal Kits

Lineage Logistics Boosts Cold Storage Capacity in United Kingdom with Multiple Expansions

USCG Rescues Fisherman in Oregon Surf Amid High Wind, Waves, Currents, and Near Zero Visibility

RODA Highlights Multiple Economic and Labor Concerns Surrounding U.S. Offshore Wind

National Restaurant Association Survey Reveals Nearly 1 in 6 Restaurants Closed in the Last 6 Months

The 22nd Seafood Show Tokyo Scheduled for Sep. 30-Oct. 2. with Measures to Prevent Coronavirus  

Hudson Valley Fisheries Highlighted by Oprah Magazine's September Food List  

Sustainable Seafood Restaurant Opens in Harajuku, Tokhyo Summary Tuesday, September 15

Mon. Sep 14 2020

The Winding Glass: Despite Uncertainties, Signs Point to Good Holiday and Lent Season for Seafood  

New Rules Coming for Oregon Crab Fishermen for the 2020-2021 Season  

ANALYSIS: Upward Pricing Pressure for Chilean Salmon Ahead of Holiday  

IPHC Holds Unusual Public Meeting To Consider Extending Halibut Season in British Columbia

Japanese-style Restaurants Encounter Problems of Worried Customers and Unstable Supply in China  

China Enforcing New Regulations for Chilled Food Imports Following the Release of COVID Salmon Study

August Sales of Imported Tuna at Toyosu Market Increased by 4.5% to 3,108 Fish  

Cooke Aquaculture Pacific Provides Update on Permits Needed to Raise Trout in Washington  

NOAA Funds 23 New Marine Debris Clean Up Projects with $2.7 Million

Scotland Salmon Sector Pleased With UK-Japan Trade Deal

Sustainable Seafood Coalition Urging UK Government to Focus on Sustainability in Fisheries Bill Summary Monday, September 14

NOAA Closes Atlantic Sea Scallop Closed Access Area  

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Coast Guard Suspends Search for F/V Scandies Rose and Five Missing Crew in Gulf of Alaska

Two crewmen were rescued from a life raft after their vessel, the 130-foot steel Scandies Rose, sank New Year’s Eve about 170 miles southwest of Kodiak in a stormy Gulf of Alaska. 

An extensive air and surface search for the five other crewmen on the vessel, and the boat itself, lasted 20 hours and covered more than 1,400 square miles before it was called off last night at 6 p.m. The search found only an empty life raft...

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