Mon. Oct 3 2022

Interview: Talking All Things Tinned Seafood With Ocean Brands

Russia May Ease Rules for Foreign Fishermen to Conduct Catch in its Territorial Waters  

Fri. Sep 30 2022

Facing the Unthinkable, Bering Sea Crabbers Go to Feds and State as Council Gets Underway  

REPORTER: Will AB5 Spread Across the U.S.?

Frozen Seafood Brand Scott & Jon’s Expanding Distribution With Walmart  

Vega Salmon First in Europe To Achieve BSP Certification

Pokemoto Opens First Tennessee Location; Enters South Carolina

Pokemoto Opens First Tennessee Location; Enters South Carolina

Government Invests in Partnership With Indigenous Peoples in Next Phase of Oceans Protection Plan Summary Friday, September 30

Thu. Sep 29 2022

VIDEO: MSC Lobster Certificate Audit; Bristol Bay Salmon; Scallop License Allocation

Shellfish Harvesting Georgia Temporarily Closed Due to Hurricane Ian  

NFI Supports WH Goals on Hunger and Health, Says Seafood Must Be Central to Its Success

Russia: Analysts Expect Growth of King Crab Population in Arctic Seas  

Beijing Seafood Vendor Sentenced to Prison for Obstructing the Prevention and Treatment of COVID-19

NaturalShrimp Announces Partnership With US Foods  

Alexa Dayton Named Executive Director of Maine Center for Coastal Fisheries

Woody Harrelson Among New Investors in Wicked Kitchen

Woody Harrelson Among New Investors in Wicked Kitchen

Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries Increase Export Budget Request Summary Thursday, September 29

Wed. Sep 28 2022

NEFMC Not Moving Forward With Scallop License Allocation  

Oregon State Researchers Discover Probiotics Dramatically Increase Oyster Larvae Survival  

China’s Pollock Processing Business Recovering as H1 Imports from Russia Doubled  

Giant Eagle Partners With ProChile on “Chile on Board” Campaign

Partnership With Talabat Allows Pokeworks to Expand in Middle East, North Africa Summary Wednesday, September 28

Tue. Sep 27 2022

ADF&G Prelim Report Confirms 2022 Bristol Bay Salmon Largest Inshore Run on Record

VIDEO: AquaBounty CEO Sylvia Wulf on Land-Based Aquaculture, New Ohio Facility and More

Merbok’s Aftermath: Biden OK’s Disaster Funds, FEMA/Congress Delegation Visits, Golovin Digs Out

Western Pacific Council Rebukes Proposal to Expand Marine National Monument

Russian Fish Exporters Hope to Restore Positions in Chinese Market This Year  

FFAW Seeking Financial Support From Federal, Provincial Governments After Hurricane Fiona

REPORTER: The Scariest Thing This Season? High Prices

Further Investigation Underway Into Scientific Integrity Violations by Dr. Jane Lubchenco Summary Tuesday, September 27

Fish Fixe Challenges Americans to Swap Chicken for Fish During National Seafood Month

Euclid Fish Company Partners With Frosty Acres Brands

Mon. Sep 26 2022

Moody's Withdraws American Seafoods Ratings Following Debt Repayment Summary Monday, September 26

Congresswoman Chellie Pingree Announces $2M Federal Investment to Strengthen Maine Aquaculture

Maine Lobster Fishery MSC Certification Under Expedited Audit  

ASMFC Awards Five Aquaculture Pilot Projects a Total of $610,000

GAPP Presents Panel on Evolving Consumers, Future Markets and Current ‘State of Food’

NOAA Fisheries Extends Slow Zone for Right Whales Near Nantucket Through October 6

PODCAST: MLMC Executive Director on How to Support Maine Lobster Industry After Red Listing

ANALYSIS: Canadian Snow Crab Prices Begin Rebound  

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EDITORIAL: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Strategy to Reintroduce Sea Otters is Flawed

The USFWS study fails to estimate costs to taxpayers; impacts to key local fisheries such as Dungeness crab and sea urchin; neglects to fully examine the impacts to local port and harbor activities and fishing communities and fails to directly clarify to impacted Tribal Nations that no ceremonial and subsistence uses – or control of otter populations negatively impacting other important Tribal resources – are permitted under current Federal law.

For Oregon and California coastal communities dependent on Dungeness crab, sea urchin, and other shellfish, reintroducing sea...

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