The Winding Glass: Tuna Case Shows Private Equity and Seafood are Not Always a Good Fit
Bering Sea TACs Set Amid Council Debate on Sablefish TAC
VIDEO: Ex-Bumble Bee CEO Convicted; Seafood Trade Mission; Farmed Salmon Analysis; Atlantic Halibut
ANALYSIS: Scallop Prices at 2017 Levels
ANALYSIS: Lobster Imports Decline in October; Still at the Mercy of Canadian Trade
Canadian Industry Partnership Obtains MSC Certification for Turbot Fishery
Research Shows Lights on Small-scale Gillnets Save Turtles and Dolphins
Kingfish Zeeland Secures Strategic Funding for Its EU and US Expansion
Training for Alaska's Seaweed Farmers
Atlantic Capes Fisheries Spearheading Fishery Improvement Projects for Mexican Bay Scallops
SeafoodNews.com Summary Friday, December 6
West Coast Dungeness Crab Meat Quality Improving, Still Low in Some Areas
Food Export Northeast Trade Mission: Spreads US Lobster in Dubai, Introduces Jonah Crab in Spain
ANALYSIS: Mixed Beginning to December for Farmed Salmon
2020 Stikine and Taku Rivers Chinook Salmon Forecasts Below Desired Escapement Minimum
Ecuador Adopts Tuna Action Plan Following EU Yellow Card
China’s Tilapia Industry Worsens Amid Colder Weather, Trade Issues, Other Factors
Zhangzidao Challenged by High Scallop Death Rates Again in November
Russia Plans 60% Fish Industry Growth by 2030
Detached Kelp Harvests at Cook Inlet to be Reviewed by Fish Board at Seward Meeting
Alantra-backed Unión Martín Partners with Mauritanian Fishing Company SMPI
SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, December 5
Former Bumble Bee Foods CEO Convicted of Fixing Prices of Canned Tuna
Now Retired, Frank Kelty Reflects on Politics and Fisheries in Alaska
Washington Farmer Faces Penalty for Pollution that Killed Threatened Steelhead
Hatchery Restrictions Pushed at Cook Inlet Fish Board Meeting
FCC Welcomes Northern Coalition Corporation as a New Member
More Chinese Turning to Online Platforms for Seafood Purchases
SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, December 4
Learning More About Atlantic Halibut: Fishermen and Scientists Go “Under the Hood”
Red King Crab Wraps, Outlook Grim for Future Fisheries
New Report Lists Steps Needed to Create Climate-Ready Fisheries
Blue Star Foods Acquires Coastal Pride Company
ASMFC Seeking Proposals for Pilot Projects Focused on Sustainable Aquaculture
SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, December 3
Massive Effort Planned to Restore Upper Fraser for 2020 Salmon Return
Ugly Crab Campaign Aims to Expand Markets, Reduce Waste
Duke’s Seafood Launches Foundation Aiming to Help Wild Salmon in the Puget Sound
OPINION: Similar Coasts, Similar Stories -Washington and Chile Share Acidification Research, Action
Russian Pollock Market Continues Move Toward Consolidation
SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, December 2
Panasonic's Continuous Sustainable Seafood Efforts in Its Corporate Cafeterias Win Top Award
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