Fri. Dec 14 2018

NMFS Releases Latest Fisheries of US Report; Alaska On Top for Volume, Value  


Chinese Basa Producers Focus on Strong Domestic Market, See Positive Signs for 2019  


ADF&G Releases Annual Outlook for 2019 Groundfish Harvests in Prince William Sound and Cook Inlet


VIDEO: 2017 Seafood Consumption Numbers; Dungeness Crab Delay and More News


EU announces new tariff quotas for 2019-20, raises limit for Alaska pollock to 320,000t


SeafoodNews.com Summary Friday, December 14


Thu. Dec 13 2018

Per Capita Seafood Consumption Highest Since 2008, with Gains in Shrimp, Salmon, Cod    


Cermaq Canada Frees Humpback Whale From Empty Salmon Cage  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, December 13


Wed. Dec 12 2018

Concern Mounts for Winter Season as Nova Scotia Lobster Landings Down Considerably


Russia Seeks to Diversify and Increase Efforts with Coldwater Shrimp  


Groundfish Enterprise Council Changes Name to Atlantic Groundfish Council


Former Disney Exec Enters New Partnership to Bring Fully Traceable Fresh Iceland Seafood to U.S


BAP Seafood Officially Launches in Japanese Market  


Green Plains and Optimal Fish Food Form Optimal Aquafeed Company in New Joint Venture


SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, December 12


Tue. Dec 11 2018

Chile Furthers its Seafood Exports, Market Penetration in China  


NPFMC Adopts Groundbreaking Ecosystem Management Plan for Bering Sea


John Henderschedt to Leave NOAA’s International Division for Former Company Phoenix PLP


Russia Tightens its Trade Relationship with Hunchun as Chief Chinese Port of Entry for Live Crab  


8 Maine Fishermen’s Organizations Urge Incoming Governor to Keep Current DMR Commissioner Keliher


Alaska State Cod Winter/Spring TAC Near 8 Million Pounds After Reallocation from Bering Sea  


Over 250 Retailers and Restaurant Companies Send Letter to Congress About QIP Correction


Poke One of Grubhub's Top Foods of 2018


Canadian Government Announces Aquaculture Management Initiatives  


Captain D’s Debuts New Restaurant Prototype in Louisiana


SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, December 11


Mon. Dec 10 2018

2019 Pollock TACs Up in Bering Sea, Down in GOA, Cod TACs Down in Both Regions


Shrimp Continues to Pour into the US, With Another Record Year for Imports Likely  


West Coast States Delay Dungeness Crab Season — Again  


Russia Says Six Pollock Factories Will Aim to Push Chinese Pollock from EU in 2020  


'Boston' Lobsters Again Shine in China's Singles Day Sales Last Month  


LISTEN: Seafood Retail Features Analysis; 2019-20 Scallop Plan; Thai Union's Lobster Lab and More  


Total FDA Refusals Decrease Slightly in November 2018  


Japan Passes Most Significant Fisheries Reform in 70 Years, Incorporating Changes Pushed by EDF


Retailers Continue the Rush to Beat Tariffs in October


Norway Reports 10% Growth in Export Value for Salmon, Increase in Cod Exports in November  


UMass Dartmouth Continues Video Surveys on Georges Bank with Industry Support  


Creating Transit Lanes for Fishing Vessels in Northeast Wind Energy Areas Still a Work in Progress


Phibro Acquires Israeli Developer of Vaccines for Aquaculture Market  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, December 10


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