Fri. Sep 22 2023

Red Lobster Promotes Horace Dawson to CEO Following Kelli Valade’s 2022 Departure

ANALYSIS: Wild Salmon Week in Review September 10-16  

Japan: 2022 Surimi Product Output Fell 3% to 470,000 Tons  

6th Bristol Bay Wild Salmon Celebration Makes a Big Splash in Washington D.C. Summary Friday, September 22

Thu. Sep 21 2023

Everything You Need To Know About Alaska’s Red King Crab Fishery In 2024  

VIDEO: High Liner's Interim CEO; NARW Funding; Pringles & Caviar

NFI, Seafood Producers Draft Sign On Letter Highlighting Priorities For 2023 Farm Bill

Seattle Sports Executives to Discuss Seafood’s Opportunity in Entertainment Venues at GAPP Meeting  

CDC Issues Health Advisory on Vibrio Infections Moving North in Warming Waters

Norcod Granted New Production Site in Nordland County

WPRFMC, American Samoa Leaders Frustrated by Fishery Management Through Sanctuaries and Monuments Summary Thursday, September 21

Wed. Sep 20 2023

ADF&G’s Three-River Index Lowest on Record, Pollock Fleet’s Chinook Allocation Unchanged

The Retail Rundown: Fall-ing into Seasonal Trends

Arctic Fish Gives Update On August 2023 Salmon Escapement  

AquaMaof Promotes Eli Amar to CEO

The Caviar Co. Teams Up With Pringles After Unique Pairing Goes Viral on TikTok

Notice Issued on Outbreak of Suspected Botulism in Bordeaux, France Linked to Sardines  

The Chinese Fishing Industry: A Global Threat To Fishing Resources That Must Be Contained Summary Wednesday, September 20

Tue. Sep 19 2023

Oregon Lawmakers Urge NOAA to Protect Port Orford Weather Buoy

Thai Union Kicks Off Zero Discharge Project At Samut Sakhon Fish Plant

Independent, Dems Count on Kelp for Critical Coastal Community Flexibility

India Can Become Major Importer of Russian Pollock Fillets This Year  

Japan: Redfish from Alaska; Weak Yen Offsets Falling Import Value in Dollars  

Russia Plans to Increase Fish Exports to China This Year

Canadian Court Fines 4 Vessel Masters After Boundary Bay Crab Fleet Investigation Summary Tuesday, September 19

Fed’s Largest Climate/Conservation Investment Going to North Atlantic Right Whale Recovery

Mon. Sep 18 2023

The Winding Glass: High Interest Rates Create A Seafood Inflection Point

High Liner Foods Names Paul Jewer as Interim CEO Following Hepponstall Departure

PODCAST: GAPP CEO Craig Morris Previews Annual Meeting and Pollock People Campaign  

Norway Offers NOK 2 Million in Grants To Encourage Gender Equity in Fishing Industry Summary Monday, September 18

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Potential ISAv Detection at Mowi Salmon Site in Newfoundland and Labrador

Mowi Canada East released a statement regarding a suspected ISAv detection at one of its farming sites in Newfoundland and Labrador on July 30.

The company shared in a notice that the Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Fisheries, Forestry, and Agriculture’s (FFA) aquatic animal health surveillance program detected pathogenic Infectious Salmon Anaemia virus (ISAv) in Atlantic salmon contained within one net pen at Mowi’s Canada East’s Little Burdock Cove (AQ#1083) marine site.

The detection has yet to be confirmed ISAv positive by the FFA, per the latest notice...

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