Tue. Aug 4 2020

With Another Four Weeks to Go, Alaska Salmon Landings are at 55% of Pre-Season Forecast  


INSIGHT: Demand Downturn Sparks Salmon Farming Woes  


ANALYSIS: Live Lobster - Dull Demand, Declining Imports, Unsettled Market  


Massachusetts Begins Distribution Process of CARES Act Funds to Fishing, Seafood Industries


Under HEALS Act, Over Half of Restaurants Ineligible for PPP Loans


Sernapesca Releases Official Estimate of Escaped Fish From Blumar’s Caicura Center


National Retail Federation: Economic Recovery May Not Be a Steady Climb


RODA: Latest BOEM Offshore Wind Report Notes Serious Impact on Fishermen


US Coast Guard 230th Birthday


SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, August 4


Mon. Aug 3 2020

Maine Certified Sustainable Lobster Association’s MSC Certification Suspended  


California, Oregon Fisheries Relief Funding May Soon be Available for Sectors Affected by COVID-19


NOAA Fisheries Closes Office in U.S. Embassy Tokyo After 33 years  


China’s Chief Epidemiologist Says Ventilation to Blame for Coronavirus Outbreaks at Seafood Markets   


Virus Surges in Alaska with More Than 300 New Cases in Two Days, Only One Related to Seafood


U.S. Responds After Hundreds of Chinese Vessels Found Illegally Fishing Near Galápagos Islands


Humpback Whale Disentangled off New York After Multi-day Effort


Bristol Seafood Names Brett Heidtke as COO


SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, August 3


Fri. Jul 31 2020

NOAA Implements Nationwide Observer Waiver Criteria; Northeast Coverage to Begin August 14


ANALYSIS: Sockeye Salmon Buying Opportunities Below 3-Year, 5-Year Averages  


Public Hearing on F/V Scandies Rose Sinking Delayed Due to Pandemic


Senate Commerce Heard from Campbell, Cantwell, Others On Pebble, COVID, and Stock Surveys


FFAW Calls for Meeting With DFO After Release of Northern Cod Harvesting Plan  


OR and CA House Members Introduce Amendment to Stop Fast-Tracking Pebble Permit Process


Southern Shrimp Alliance: Interagency Seafood Trade Task Force Must Address Imports  


Russian Pollock Association Forecasts 10% Boost in Catch  


NOAA Releases Ten-Year Plan to Address Ocean Acidification


NL Fisheries Minister Announces $400K Marketing Fund for Seafood Following Impacts of COVID-19


Tyson Foods Launches New, Nationwide COVID Monitoring Strategy; Expands Health Staff  


Instacart, Costco Partner for Same-day Delivery Throughout Canada


SeafoodNews.com Summary Friday, July 31


Thu. Jul 30 2020

The Week That Was: Alaska’s Worst for COVID-19 and Cases Still Climbing This Week


ANALYSIS: Cod Market Unsettled    


How the HEALS Act Aims to Help Restaurants


Association of Seafood Producers: NL Shrimp Fishery Opening Despite Price Challenges  


Technomic Updates Their 2020 Foodservice Trend Predictions For Today's 'New Environment'


MOWI Japan's Fresh Salmon Promotion at 154 Heiwado Stores on Salmon Day, July 30  


New Food Aid Program Links Alaska Fishermen to Food-Insecure Families in Pacific NW


The Week That Was: Alaska’s Worst for COVID-19 and Cases Still Climbing This Week


Review Finds 99.5 Percent of Atlantic Menhaden Year Class Stay in Water to Serve Ecological Role  


Eastern Atlantic Bluefin Tuna Fishery in Japan Becomes First to Earn MSC Certification  


NFI Moves 2021 Global Seafood Market Conference to May


Fishing Bibs Recycled Into Bags; More Are Needed


SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, July 30


Wed. Jul 29 2020

The Biggest Takeaways From NOAA’s 2019 Status of Stocks Report


Two More Da Yang Seafoods Workers Test Positive for COVID-19


Visitors to Alaska Now Need Negative COVID Test to Enter State


Why Atlantic Sapphire Had to Initiate An Emergency Harvest  


New Study Recommends Product Label For Cell-Based Seafood Products


Seafood Harvesters of America, Retail Federation Pleased by HEALS Act Provisions


IPHC Grants a Fourth Halibut Opener for Area 2A Commercial Fishery Next Week  


Renowned Regional Chefs Support #EatOregonSeafood Initiative


SCEMFIS: Federal Offshore Wind Report Paid Lack of Attention to Impacts on Fisheries


Japanese Supermarket Sales Improve for the Second Consecutive Month


JAPAN: Seven Men Arrested For Allegedly Trying to Bring Juvenile Eels Out of the Country  


California Culls 3.2 Million Trout Due to Bacterial Outbreak at Hatcheries


SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, July 29


Coast Guard Rescues Pair After Fishing Vessel Sinks Off New Jersey Coast


Australians Want Restaurants, Supermarkets to Remove Unsustainable Seafood Products


New Zealand King Salmon Co. Rolls Out Wood Roasted Retail Line in U.S.  


Russia May Face Significant Decline in Japanese Squid, Cod, and Pollock Catch Due to Poachers  


USCG Rescues Fisherman from Sinking Vessel at Columbia River Entrance


Tue. Jul 28 2020

Naknek Workers, Held in Quarantine in LA, Reach $440K Settlement with North Pacific Seafoods


SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, July 28


Canada’s Ocean Supercluster Announces $29 Million Ocean Aware Project


U.S. Receives Transfer of Yellowtail From Canada’s Quota Allocations; FFAW Upset With Decision  


Captain D’s Adds Another Midwest Location in Illinois


Example After Example Given of Glaring Technical Flaws in Pebble Mine Final EIS


Researcher to Map Commercial Fishing Activity to Reduce Fishing, Wind Industry Conflict


China Fisheries & Seafood Expo October 2020 Show Canceled Due to Coronavirus


University of Hawaii Says Deep-sea Mining a Threat to Key Marine Ecosystems


New Paper Provides Scenarios for the Future of Aquaculture in Human Nutrition


Nearly 90% of Alaska’s Expected 2020 Sockeye Harvest Met, Pink Landings to Peak in 2 Weeks


Second Worker at Da Yang Seafoods Tests Positive for COVID-19


JAPAN: Fisheries Agency’s Second Sales Promotion Assistance Offers Subsidies on Shipping Charges


EPA Settles With Pacific Seafood Over Clean Water Act Violations in California


The Winding Glass: Despite Pandemic, Land Based Aquaculture Looks Like the Chicken Revolution    


Japanese Ministry Announces GO TO EAT Campaign


Call for Input on Relief Fund Payouts for GOA Cod, Chignik Salmon  


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NOAA’s Trio of Ocean Drones Set to Reach Bering Sea Survey Station

The trio of sail drones set to collect important data of one of America’s key fisheries has reached the Aleutian Islands, according to a recent update from NOAA Fisheries.

In June, NOAA said that the trio of sail drones would head off from California and travel to the Bering Sea to survey the largest fish stock in the country, walleye pollock, and monitor weather and ocean conditions in the Arctic Ocean.

The drones left from Alameda, California in May and arrived at Unimak Pass in the Aleutian Islands, traveling nearly 2700 miles already...

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