Fri. Aug 17 2018

VIDEO: Surf Clam Award; Red Tide Emergency; Pacific Seafood Reopens Plant; Seafood Import Workshop


Bonamar Buys IMS; Morty and Marc Nussbaum to Continue Operations


NL First Nation Says it Will Retry for Surf Clam License; Calls for Adjacency Principle


Fraser Sockeye Season Gearing Up; Landings of 1.3 Million Salmon So Far


Mining Operations Threaten Fishing Operations at Russian West Kamchatka Region  


BAP Certifies 38 New Facilities, Recertifies 157 in July


NOAA Fisheries Call on Tribes to Apply for Species Recovery Grants


Mead Treadwell Talks Fish in Race for Alaska Governor


SeafoodNews.com Summary Friday, August 17


Thu. Aug 16 2018

NFI Posts 3 New Videos That Illustrate Impact of Tariffs on Seafood Community


Global Salmon Initiative Celebrates Five Years of Collaboration and Transparency


Zhangzidao Avoids Hot Weather Sea Cucumber Disaster That Affects Cucumber Pond Farms  


Ocean Acidity Impairs Sense of Smell in Fish


BioMar Gets Final Approval to Start Construction on Fish Feed Facility in Tasmania


SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, August 16


Wed. Aug 15 2018

Pacific Seafood Opens New, State-of-the-Art Plant in Warrenton, Oregon  


Restaurants' Gain from Lower Prices Due to Trump Tariffs May be Wiped Out by Seafood Price Increases


NOAA to Fully Fund At-Sea Monitoring Program in New England for 2018, Reimburse More Costs for 2017


Florida Gov. Rick Scott Declares State of Emergency Over Red Tide; Seafood Sales Drop


Russia Company Plans Increase in Deep Water Crab Harvests  


Whole Foods, HyVee, Aldi and Target Top Greenpeace’s 2018 Supermarket Sustainable Seafood Scorecard


High Liner’s New CEO Rod Hepponstall Announces Organizational Realignment With 2nd Quarter Results


Report: Untreated Grey Water Dumped in Canadian Arctic Waters to Double by 2035


Eating Farmed Salmon Just As Good As Going Vegan When it Comes to Reducing Impact on Earth  


Bering Sea Region Returns Most Fish Bucks to Alaska


Thai Union Remains on FTSE4Good Index, Receives Multiple Sustainability Awards


SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, August 15


Tue. Aug 14 2018

45 Tons Of “Illegally Treated” Tuna Seized in Spain


Increase in Tilapia Imports Prior to Tariffs: Seasonality or Securing Volume?  


Another Record Breaks in Bristol Bay; Statewide Pink Salmon Below 2 Yrs Ago


Retail Sales Forecast Increased By NRF, But Tariff Uncertainty Still An Issue


SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, August 14


Atlantic Canada Fish Farmers Association Receives $460,000 in Funding  


Net Hack Challenge Aims for New Revenue Stream for Alaska


Efforts to Save a Starving Young Orca Show Dire Situation for the Southern Resident Killer Whales


Mon. Aug 13 2018

SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, August 13


China Continues Buying Russian Pollock, Taking 90%, With Some Going to Chinese Domestic Market  


Dungeness Crab Prices Rise in China; US Shippers Shut Out by Tariffs  


DFO Reverses Surf Clam Award After Refusing to Re-open Flawed Process in Victory for Clearwater


Researchers See Young Cod Coming Back to Kodiak in Positive Sign


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Argentina Shrimp Catches Up As Season Returns to Normal  


ANALYSIS: Imports of New Zealand Green Shell Mussels Cut in Half  


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SeaShare Partners with Native Association to Donate Pollock to Communities in Bristol Bay

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] - May 17, 2017

Seattle, Wash. -- Seashare, a non-profit dedicated to bringing seafood to food banks, announced it has partnered with the Bristol Bay Native Association to deliver more than 7,000 pounds of pollock to Bristol Bay for hunger relief in Dillingham, Alaska, and surrounding communities.

The pollock will be stored in a freezer container that SeaShare installed in partnership with the Port of Dillingham in 2016. This is the third time the container has been filled, with more than 20,000 pounds of seafood donated by SeaShare in Bristol Bay over the past year.

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