Fri. Nov 15 2019

US Tries to Get Mini-Deal Tariff Relief on Lobsters from EU, but No Dice  


VIDEO: Chilean Salmon in US; Harbor Seafood Wins Award; Right Whales Act; WC Dungeness Season Delay  


US Investigating Salmon Price-Fixing; Mowi, SalMar Receive Subpoenas  


CEO of Samherji Steps Aside as Company Launches Investigation Into Corruption Allegations


Alexa Cole Named NOAA's Director for International Affairs and Seafood Inspection


New Report Looks at Problem of TAC-Setting Above Scientific Levels in Europe


Russian Government Plans to Allocate Additional Support to Domestic Crab Producers This Year  


Pollution Ranked #1 Threat to Seafood by Customers, Strong Support for Ecolabels


SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Commit $900,000 To Protect Critically Endangered North Atlantic Right Whale


Captain D’s Reaches the Next Frontier in Utah


SeafoodNews.com Summary Friday, November 15


Thu. Nov 14 2019

Primary West Coast Dungeness Season Delayed Until Mid-December at the Earliest  


Pollock Parts Plug Body Holes, Clean Lead From Soil  


CPF Reports Better-Than-Expected Q3 Earnings


Tuna’s Carbon Ratios Indicate Changes in Oceanic Food Web  


Australia Reports on Largest Pacific Illegal Fishing Surveillance Operation


Cantwell Language to Improve Legislation Getting Fisheries Disaster Aid to Fleets Passes Committee


SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, November 14


SAVE Right Whales Act Passes Out of Senate Committee


Wed. Nov 13 2019

Chilean Salmon Making Its Way to the States as National Strikes Stall the Country  


Zoneco Says 80 Percent of Scallops Found Dead; Cause Unknown  


Coast Guard Names a Pair of Cutters After 9/11 Heroes


High-stakes Effort to End Harmful Fisheries Subsidies Under New Leadership at WTO


Farmed Fish Fail to Reduce Pressure on Wild Stocks, Study Says


Russian Sakhalin and Kuril Islands May Face Salmon Shortage in Years Ahead  


Swedish Study Improves Nutrition and Sustainability for Farmed Lobster, Wolffish


Cooke Aquaculture's Northeast Nutrition Celebrates Expansion Boosting Output 50%


SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, November 13


Tue. Nov 12 2019

Harbor Seafood Takes Home US Foods’ Center-of-the-plate Award   


Mowi Tabs Ivan Vindheim as New CEO


What's Next for Amazon: Taking AmazonFresh Beyond Online and into Brick-and-Mortar Stores


Japanese Snow Crab Season Opens, Auction Fetches ¥5 Million ($45,800) For One Crab  


Applications Open for Future Leaders Canada 2020 Program


Bering Sea Region Returns Most Fish Bucks to Alaska


Norway Royal Salmon Announces Q3 Results  


You Chang Trading Recalls Siluriformes Products


SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, November 12


Mon. Nov 11 2019

ADF&G Forecasts 2020 Return of 48 Million Sockeye for Bristol Bay: a Harvest of 34.5 Million


LISTEN: Chilean Salmon Production Ramps Up; Dungeness Crab Season Delay and More  


ANALYSIS: Blue Swimming Crab Meat Market Flat for 7 Straight Weeks  


New Fish Tax Passed by Bristol Bay Borough Voters


Coast Guard Suspends Search for 1 crew of F/V Miss Hailee in California


SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, November 11


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Russia Plans Catch Increases to Match Soviet-era Harvest Figures

Russia plans to increase its fish harvests up to Soviet-era figures during the next several years, according to recent statements of Ilya Shestakov, head of the Russian Federal Agency of Fisheries (Rosrybolovstvo).

Last year, the total fish catch in Russia exceeded 5 million tonnes and, according to Rosrybolovstvo plans, these figures should reach 6 million tonnes within the next five years.

That will be mainly achieved increasing harvests in the global ocean, as well as further optimization of catches within the inland waters. The latter...

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