Tue. Nov 29 2022

Russia Eyes to Become A Major Player in Global Surimi Market  

Ongoing Legal Battles Put Maine Lobster Fishery in Crosshairs, Hurts Markets  

JAPAN: October Frozen Chilean Coho Sales Continue to Drop by 40% at Tokyo’s Toyosu Market  

FDA Advises Against Selling, Consuming Oysters from Korea Due to Potential Sapovirus Contamination  

Seafood Canner Frinsa Investing $21 Million in Florida for U.S. Headquarters

OPINION: New AFAC Can Oversee S-K Funding and Launch a National Seafood Promotion

Third Freshwater Fishery in Canada Lands MSC Certification

Red Lobster Shares 'Greatest Gift' for the Holidays That Combines Iconic Menu Item with Shrimp  

Port Orford Releases Request for Proposals for Crane Replacement Project to Retain Highliners, Serve

Nova Scotia Government Urges Safety As Lobster Season Begins  

Hong Kong Customs Seizes harry Crabs Worth An Estimated $2.4 Million  

Cargill Acquires Owensboro Grain Company

Captain D’s Opens New Franchised Location in Humble, Texas

USCG Conducts Medical Evacuation of Vietnamese Fisherman from Purse Seiner in Micronesia

SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, November 29

Mon. Nov 28 2022

USDA’s WIC Program Proposes Increased Access to Seafood, Public Comments Open

AquaBounty Reviewing FDA’s Amended Environmental Assessment  

JAPAN: October Sales of Fresh Tuna Imported from North America Up 40% to 608 at Toyosu Market  

Plans for Discharge of Fukushima Water Updated With IAEA Review, China Still Concerned

Rhode Island: Application Deadline Approaching For Local Agriculture and Seafood Act Funding

SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, November 28

Wed. Nov 23 2022

ANALYSIS: Shrimp, Crab Meat and Frozen Tuna Face Slow Sales, Backed Up Inventory  

Maine Delegation, Governor Mills Urge Retailers to Continue Selling Maine Lobster  

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ANALYSIS: Key Shrimp Item Descends to All-Time Low Price  

China Fisheries & Seafood Expo Postponed to 2023 Due to COVID Concerns

OP-ED: NWAA To Public Lands Commissioner Franz: You Got It Wrong!

First Batch of 2023 Alaska Symphony of Seafood Winners Announced

Singapore 7-Eleven Launches 7-Select Fish Burger, Shrimp Burger  

Red Lobster Releases Holiday Collection of Gifts For the Cheddar Bay Biscuit Lover in Your Life

Scott & Jon’s Employees, Owners Give Back At Maine Food Bank

SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, November 23

Tue. Nov 22 2022

National Fisheries Institute President John Connelly Passes Away After Battle With Cancer

Seafood Industry to the White House: Include Us in the Ocean Climate Action Plan

Whales are Sticking Around in California; Commercial Crab Season Remains Closed

California Market Squid Fishery Begins MSC Assessment  

Government Accountability Office Says USDA Needs to Provide More Seafood in School Lunches

NOAA Preliminary Data For August Reveals 17.4 Million Pounds of Shrimp Landed in Gulf of Mexico  

First Bidding for Salted Herring Roe in Osaka Up to JPY 10,000 Per Kilo for U.S., Canadian Products  

Russian Fishermen Call on State to Increase Support for Building of New Trawlers

Sysco Unveils 2022 Sustainability Report and Debuts DEI Report

tru Shrimp Partners with Medical Manufacturer to Develop Hemostat Products

Thai Union’s SEALECT TUNA Celebrating 30 Years, Highlights Pathway to Future Growth  

Thai Union Conducts First At-Sea Assessment to Strengthen Improvements For Fisher’s Work, Welfare

MSC Congratulates ICCAT On State-of-the-Art Conservation Measures to Safeguard Atlantic Bluefin Tuna

SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, November 22

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Russian Fish Processors Call on State to Limit Fish Exports From Russia  

Leading Russian fish processors have called on the national government to limit exports of fish due to a possible shortage of raw materials for their needs.   

The initiators of the idea expect that this will allow them to reserve at least 2.9 million tons for the domestic market, which will prevent a sharp rise in prices and will allow them to stay afloat amid the current conditions.  

Alexander Panin, chairman of the Russian Fish Union, a public association which unites...

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