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FDA Issues Advisory For Canadian Oysters Potentially Contaminated With PSP  

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Crabfest May Be Back At Red Lobster, But It’s Not The Same As Years Past  

The Retail Rundown: Raising the 'Steaks' for Father’s Day

ANALYSIS: EU Shrimp Imports Stable in Q1 Thanks to Spanish Market Boost  

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ANALYSIS: Frozen Salmon Down Almost 20 Percent Through April  

EPA: Revised Water Quality Standards In Alaska Needed To Meet Clean Water Act Requirements

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US fishermen, Western Pacific Council skeptical over moves to expand Pacific Marine Sanctuaries

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Fox News] by George Russell July 9, 2013

American fishermen are reacting with skepticism, concern and frustration at the latest murky steps to prevent fishing in vast tracts of the Pacific. The proposed expansion was announced along with other White House ocean conservation initiatives on June 16, as the kickoff to a two-day State Department conference aimed at greater international coordination to overcome a variety of ocean ills, including not only overfishing, but marine pollution and ocean acidification -- the last linked by conservationists to global carbon emissions and “climate change.”
The announcements, and the oceans conference itself, also serve a broader purpose:  to link a sweeping and controversial  U.S. oceans policy the administration began implementing last year with broader international efforts to achieve more ambitious “sustainable” goals at sea, along the world’s coastlines and in the atmosphere by 2020.
The lack of information extends to the current announcement, which is dramatic in tone but not very concrete in detail...

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