Tue. Oct 23 2018

INTERVIEW: Norwegian Salmon Producer Nordlaks Looks at Bright Future  


Mon. Oct 22 2018

ANALYSIS: Stone Crab Season Opens With Initial Low Landings  


LISTEN: Future Leaders and SeaShare Project; 3rd Right Whale Death; StarKist Pleads Guilty


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Alaska Ferry Acidity Tests Show Water is More Corrosive in Fall/Winter


SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, October 22


Fri. Oct 19 2018

StarKist Gets $100 Million Fine in Guilty Plea on Tuna Price Fixing; More Payments to Vendors Likely


Preliminary Sablefish TACs Don’t Necessarily Mean High Quotas for 2019


VIDEO: Trawler Damaged; Global Whitefish Supply Declines; Seafood, See Jobs Campaign and More  


Urner Barry’s Seafood Import Workshop Brings Together Industry Professionals and Government Reps


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FFAW applauds National Report on Canadian Marine Reserves that Warns Against Arbitrary Timelines


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EU, Republic of Korea Join Forces in Fight Against IUU Fishing


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SeafoodNews.com Summary Friday, October 19


Thu. Oct 18 2018

Jeff Bolton new CEO at Atlantic Capes as Danny Cohen Retires, Remains Chairman of the Board


Ak. Gov Candidate Mike Dunleavy Accused of Turning Back on Fishing Industry after Cancelling Debate


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Sea Grant Announces 2018 Aquaculture Research Awards  


Canada's SeaChoice Criticizes ASC Certified Salmon Farms for Often Being Below Stated Standards


NOAA announces three at-large appointments to Regional Fishery Management Councils


SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, October 18


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Alaska Board of Fish Rejects Pressure to Rule on Hatchery Issues at October Meeting   


California Spiny Lobster Fishery Closed in State Waters Around Anacapa Island Due to Domoic Acid  


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China Likely to See More Pangasius Price Increases Due to Exchange Rates, Farm Prices  


Captain D’s Opens 29th Location in Mississippi


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Groundfish Forum: Global Whitefish Supply Continues to Decline for 2019  


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Norway Sets New Record for Salmon Exports; Chinese Frozen Salmon Prices Drop

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [FishFirst] translated by Amy Zhong - August 10, 2018

China’s wholesale prices of frozen salmon have declined in the last week. Importers’ purchase prices have reached 86 yuan/kg (~$12.61/kg USD), said one insider in Southern China. The wholesale prices of Norwegian frozen salmon are close to or even lower than purchase prices of importers in Shanghai and Guangzhou. Meanwhile, the wholesale prices are close to purchase prices in other regions.

Most salmon are small in Shanghai where wholesale prices have already decreased to ...

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