Thu. Apr 18 2019

Johnstone Out of Alaska Board of Fisheries After Last-Minute Allegations of Sexual Misconduct

California Considers Sport Crab Fishery for Action Relating to Whale Entanglement  

ANALYSIS: Unsettled 2019 Scallop Season Start  

Norwegian Food Safety Authority Suspects ISA Outbreak at MOWI Farm in Aukrasanden  

Seafood Industry Australia Fighting Back Against the AMCS Good Fish Project

SeafoodNews Closed on Friday, April 19

Gorton's Seafood Named Winner of BrandSpark's Most Trusted Awards in Frozen Fish Category

Smuggling Overshadows South African Abalone's Success in the Chinese Market  

Red Lobster Partners with Nonprofit Group Ocean Conservancy

Herring and Smelt fisheries at Cook Inlet Pay Big Bucks to Fishermen  

Asia Overtakes UK as Ireland's 2nd Largest Seafood Export Partner Summary Thursday, April 18

Wed. Apr 17 2019

Many California Crabbers Switching to Chinook Trolling as Salmon Seasons Are Set  

Opposition to Pebble Strong at Anchorage USACE Hearing

First Branded Pollock Products from Russian Fishery Co. Brought to Russian Retail Chains  

Americold Realty Trust Acquires Cloverleaf Cold Storage

FFAW Brings SPONL into its Lobster Formula Pricing, Vows to Differentiate Newfoundland Lobster  

Crab Responses to Acidic Oceans, Updates  

Jensen Tuna of Louisiana Recalling Frozen Ground Tuna Due to Potential Salmonella Contamination  

StarKist Fined by EPA For Failing to Comply With 2018 Settlement Summary Wednesday, April 17

Tue. Apr 16 2019

It’s April. Why are Live Lobster Prices Falling Like a Stone?  

Washington Attorney General Claims Win in Swordfish Gillnet Lawsuit After NMFS Drops Appeal  

Pacific Council Finalizes Generally Improved Salmon Seasons for 2019  

Maine DMR Open to Exploring Alternative Bait Sources for Lobster with Nordic Aquafarms  

Guolian Increases its Profits in First Quarter 2019, Targets Crayfish Market  

Alaska Lawmakers Focus on Controversial Dunleavy Appointment for Board of Fish

Russian Pollock Producers Ready for Expansion in Brazil  

New Turtle Limits Recommended to Re-Open Hawai'i Swordfish Fishery  

Fish Parts Spawn New Products

Quebec's Metro Grocery Stores Now Accepting Reusable Containers at Seafood Counter

New Zealand King Salmon Mourns Death of Director Thomas Song Summary Tuesday, April 16

Mon. Apr 15 2019

Seafood Firms Wild Planet and Luke’s Lobster Win Whole Foods ‘Global Supplier of the Year’ Awards

Stirling University Scientists Question Environmental Benefit for Plant-Based Shrimp Feeds  

Egypt Tilapia Production Skyrockets to Become the Sixth Largest Global Supplier Summary Monday, April 15

Fri. Apr 12 2019

Newfoundland Announces Plan to Provide More Offshore Industrial Shrimp for Local Processing  

The Winding Glass: Chris Lischewski Fights Back Against Tuna Price-Fixing Charges  

USCG Commandant Tells Senate “Readiness is Eroding”

First of Many Bills to Help Save Orcas Now on Governor Inslee's Desk

VIDEO: Snow Crab Quotas & U.S. Imports; Hawaiian Airlines Route from Boston; Sitka Sac Roe Herring  

Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance Issue Position Statement on GE Salmon  

4 Reasons to Attend Urner Barry's Seafood Import Workshop in Las Vegas

Mary O'Rourke Promoted to VP of Broadline Foodservice/ Wholesale at Chicken of the Sea Frozen Foods Summary Friday, April 12

Wild Planet Foods Honored by Whole Foods for Their Sustainable Seafood Sourcing Efforts  

Fish Skins Could Mean Millions More Dollars for Alaska

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Netuno USA, Others Joins Nature Conservancy to Help Save Snapper Fishery from Collapse

Florida-based seafood company Netuno USA announced on Thursday that they have joined The Nature Conservancy (TNC) in a landmark agreement to help save the world’s largest snapper fishery.

The agreement was signed by Netuno and TNC Thursday while at the T75 Global Fisheries Forum in Miami. As part of the agreement, Netuno committed to refrain from buying immature snapper and grouper from Indonesia, which is the world’s largest supplier of snapper and grouper. By agreeing to stop the purchase of immature fish, Netuno is...

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