Fri. May 7 2021

ANALYSIS: Lobster Prices Higher Than Normal Ahead of Mother's Day  


ANALYSIS: Tilapia Imports Drop 47%  


Thu. May 6 2021

Gulf of St. Lawrence Snow Crab Quota 76% Caught Amid New Grid Closures  


Vaccine Clinics Coming to Seafood Companies, Ports, Ahead of Pacific Hake Season


U.S. Allows Riverbank Shrimp From Mexico After Wild Shrimp Import Ban  


Japan’s Discharge Announcement Triggers More Ripple Effect in China  


Administration's 'America the Beautiful' Initiative to Conserve Lands, Waters by 2030 Released Today


Alaska Fishing Update For May 2021  


USDA Looking to Make 8.3 Million Pound Alaska Pollock Purchase    


ANALYSIS: A Look at Live Lobster, Salmon, Scallops and Shrimp Ahead of Mother’s Day  


Over 60 U.S. Seafood Industry Leaders Push Congress to Develop a National Seafood Council


Camanchaca Farm Expansion in Chiloé Hits Roadblock


NOAA Launches New Tool to Reduce West Coast Whale Entanglement Risk  


Atlantic Natural Foods, Makers of Plant-based Brand TUNO Launches Online Store


Cargill Begins Production of AquaXcel Feed in Indonesia


SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, May 6


Wed. May 5 2021

North Pacific Council’s New Public Comment Policy Triggers Intense Reactions


ANALYSIS: March Shrimp Imports Surge Against Low 2020  


Togiak Sac Roe Herring Season Opened Monday with Highest Forecast in 30 Years  


Maine Senator Asks USTR to Put Pressure on China; Buy More U.S. Lobster  


Norwegian Seafood Export Value Up in April But Some Challenges Remain for Industry  


“Seaspiracy” Producer, PETA Call on Biden to Revoke Executive Order 13921


Fishermen-owned Alaskan Salmon Providing Direct-to-Consumer Access to Copper River King Salmon  


GAPP Partners With Urner Barry on Surimi Paste Tracker    


MSC Confirms Certification Status of Norwegian Cod and Haddock  


FDA Surpasses All of 2020’s Antibiotic-Contaminated Shrimp Refusals in Four Months  


Shake Shack to Debut Shrimp Burger in New York City Location  


DFO, Prawn Industry Partner to Ensure ‘Tubbing’ Process Continues for 2021 Season  


Kvarøy Arctic Recognized By Fast Company Magazine’s 2021 World Changing Ideas Awards  


Singapore: Air Services Catering Waste to Become Insect Protein for Aquaculture


SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, May 5


Tue. May 4 2021

Pending Lawsuit Could Spell the End of U.S. Tariffs on Chinese Seafood Imports


Alaska Bering Sea Crabbers Trial New Electronic Logbook This Season to Streamline Data Reporting


New York and New Jersey Restaurants Finally Get OK to Open at Full Capacity


Nueva Pescanova to Increase Production Capacity With New Plant in Peru


Dillingham Hires Chris Hladick, Former Region 10 EPA Administrator as New Interim City Manager


Nordic Aquafarms Names New CEO for Yellowtail Kingfish Operations in Denmark  


Whales' Presence Means California Crabbers Restricted to Shallow Water  


Russia to Start More Active Promotion of Domestic Fish in EU Market  


Funds for Alaska Pollock Products, Market Inroads  


Maine Seafood Launches First Ever DIY Mother’s Day Gift Box  


ALDI Becomes Latest Retailer to Join Global Tuna Alliance


Red Lobster is Taking Prom to the Next Level With Cheddar Bay Biscuit Corsages


SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, May 4


Mon. May 3 2021

Positive Growth Ahead for Premium Seafood  


U.S. Bans Wild Shrimp Imports From Mexico  


ANALYSIS: Growing Market Share for Tilapia and Pangasius  


PODCAST: Snow Crab Update; Foley's Fish Acquisition; New Hires at Peter Pan, Cousins Maine Lobster  


Bipartisan Team Introduce Bill to Improve NOAA Response to Sexual Assault and Harrassment


Cultivated Seafood Producer Avant Meats to Build R&D, Pilot Production Facility in Singapore


Pacific Salmon Are Getting Smaller, Smaller Yields for Markets  


Marine Stewardship Council Finds Rapid Growth in Certified Tuna Products  


Captain and Four Crew Rescued from Burning Trawler 'Nobska' off Cape Cod


SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, May 3


Fri. Apr 30 2021

Cruise Lines Could Potentially Set Sail Again By Mid-July  


Pacific Seafood Releases Fourth Annual Corporate Social Responsibility Report


Blue Star Foods Files for Listing on the Nasdaq Stock Market  


Canada’s Fishery Officers Can Now Ticket Individuals for Minor Fishery Offenses in Multiple Province


Mowi Continues U.S. Retail Expansion with Partnership Targeting Hispanic Consumer Market


Peter Pan Seafood Hires Mowi Veteran Ken Taylor As New VP of Purchasing, Sales and Logistics


Sustainable Shark Fisheries and Trade Act Reintroduced; Bill Recognizes Domestic Shark Fishing


Sysco Hires Ron Phillips As New EVP, Chief Human Resources Officer


WDFW Approves Three Alternative Gears for Use on Columbia River as 'Emerging Fishery'  


Former Bumble Bee VPs Avoid Jail Time for Role in Canned Tuna Price-fixing Scandal  


VIDEO: Snow Crab Closures; BlueNalu Seafood in Asia; Q1 Shrimp Landings; Surf’N Turf Sandwich  


ANALYSIS: European Summer Seafood Trade and the Absence of Chinese Tourists


May Day – Workers’ Rights Holiday and Mariners’ SOS


SeafoodNews.com Summary Friday, April 30


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El Nino predicted to return this year with implications for weather and fisheries

SEAFOOD.COM NEWS March 6, 2014 

A warming of the central Pacific Ocean this year will change weather worldwide, US forecasters predict.

The warming, called an El Nino, can mean an even hotter year coming up and billions of dollars in losses for food crops.

Australia and South Africa should be dry while parts of South America become dry and parts become wet in an El Nino. Peru suffers the most, getting floods and poorer fishing.

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