Thu. Apr 25 2019

Euclid Fish Files Class Action Lawsuit Alleging Price Fixing by Marine Harvest, Other Salmon Firms

Atlantic Capes Fisheries Claims Listing With 'Dirty Dozen' Companies Based on False Information

Chinese Demand for Imported Shrimp May Grow 20% This Year  

GAPP, Gorton’s Announce Partnership with Celebrity Food Influencer and Chef Antoni Porowski

Alaska Seafood Industry Snapshot  

Pet Owners Seeking Out Food Free from Wheat, Soy, Artificial Colors and More  

ISSF Annual Compliance Report Shows 98.5 Percent Conformance with Foundation Conservation Measures

Four Maine Lobstermen Charged with Multiple Violations  

Atlantic Natural Foods Proclaims April 30 'World TUNO Day'  

Long John Silver's Celebrates the End of Lent Food Restrictions with Secret Menu Item Summary Thursday, April 25

Wed. Apr 24 2019

Massachusetts Lobster Processing Bill Temporarily Killed Again by House of Representatives  

Ecojustice Sues Province of Newfoundland Over Mowi Stephenville Salmon Hatchery Expansion

Dunleavy Asks ADF&G to Look at Selling Hatcheries, Managers Not Interested in Buying

WDFW, Army Corps Collaborate on Restoration, Bridge Replacement to Benefit Salmon and Whales  

Iceland Expects 50% Expansion of Farmed Salmon This Year, Surge in the Future  

Gloucester Lobsterman Begins Jail Sentence for Illegal Landing of Undersized Lobsters    

MSC Hires MEP Linnéa Engström As Program Director for the Scandinavia and Baltic Sea Region

Macaroni Grill Adds New Seafood items to Limited Time 'Tastes of Sorrento' Menu

Iberostar Partners with California's FishWise to Launch Global Sustainable Seafood Training Program

Indonesian Seaweed Industry Seeking to Grow Market At 23rd International Seaweed Symposium Summary Wednesday, April 24

Tue. Apr 23 2019

High Liner Gives Mascot Captain High Liner A Modern New Look

Halibut Quota Slump in Alaska  

NOAA Lists Newly Discovered Gulf of Mexico Bryde’s Whales as Endangered

Salmon Permit Values Increase For All But A Few Alaska Regions  

Red Lobster Kicking Off Summer with Cedar-Plank Seafood Event

Cellular Aquaculture Company BlueNalu Moving to Larger Research Facility Summary Tuesday, April 23

Mon. Apr 22 2019

Can Magnuson Protect Fishing Communities? Decision Denying Protection to Adak, Atka Causes Doubt    

USCG to Hold Public Hearing for F/V Mary B II Crab Vessel Capsizing Investigation  

Togiak Herring Sac Roe: Earliest Opening Ever and Higher Quota by 28%

LISTEN: Red Lobster's New Partnership, Most Trusted Frozen Fish Brand, Live Lobster Market and More    

Russian Fish Producers Call for Suspension of Controversial Industry Reforms  

More Tariffs Likely With EU Due to Airplane Subsidy Disputes

NaturalShrimp Expands Marketing Program With Addition of Corporate Chef  

Earth Day and Ocean Trash Counts Summary Monday, April 22

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Peggy Parker hired as sustainability editor for SeafoodNews

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [SCOM]  August 21, 2014

Peggy Parker, of Parker & Associates in Deming, Washington, has been hired as the new Science and Sustainability Editor for SeafoodNews.
Parker has a long history of communications and outreach in the seafood industry in Alaska and the US west coast.  She spent her early years in Cordova, where she wrote for the Cordova Times, worked for the Cordova Aquatic Marketing Association, and later became manager of the Copper River Fishermen's Co-op. 
She worked for several years as a Senior Editor with Seafood Business Magazine. In the late 1980's she served as Alaska's seafood industry media liason during the Exxon Valdez oil spill and cleanup, and also managed ASMI's export program for a few years.
Parker has intimate knowledge of North Pacific fisheries, and especially the system of science based management that has made these fisheries among the most sustainable in the world, and a source of pride for US fisheries managers. 
As Science and Sustainability Editor, Parker will focus on global issues relating to seafood sustainability and science based fisheries management.
She will also serve as SeafoodNews editor in Seattle, expanding our coverage of all news in the North Pacific, starting September 1st.
John Sackton, Publisher of SeafoodNews said "I personally have known and worked with Peggy for many years, and we are delighted... 

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