Thu. Jul 9 2020

ASC Suspends Blumar’s Certification After June Escapement


Alaska’s July COVID-19 Curve Rises, Seafood Processors Receive More Detailed Guidance


ANALYSIS: Pangasius - Below Average Imports, Optimistic Outlook  


JAPAN: Low Grade Surimi Price Fell 35 Yen Per kg  


Cell-Based Seafood Company BlueNalu Signs MOU with South Korean Company Pulmuone


Japan Fisheries Association Provides Financial Assistance for Sustainable Seafood Sales


Urner Barry's Reporter Summer 2020 Issue Released; Read It Online For Free Now


SalMar Subsidiary Receives Approval for Conversion of Developmental Licenses for Ocean Farm Project


House Democrats Appropriations Bill For FY 2021 to Ban Offshore Drilling in Atlantic Ocean


Bristol Seafood Provides Founding Sponsorship to Create Inclusion in the Blue Economy Program


Sri Lanka: Leading Exporters Add Value to Tuna Products Through Sustainable Fisheries Certification  


DFO Announces Recipients of $8.3 Million Fund for Ghost Gear Clean Up


Fisheries Official: Caviar Exports Fetched Iran Over $3.5M Last Year


STUDY: Evidence of Ocean Mixing Across Gulf Stream


SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, July 9


Wed. Jul 8 2020

ANALYSIS: Snow Crab Entering U.S. Market Right Along With 3-Year Average  


Seafood Industry Gets Help With Research and Marketing Frozen Product   


Seafood Fastest Growing Supermarket Category During Last Week of May


Newport Water Issues Ease as City Works on Cleaning Filters, Backup Plans  


Vegan Seafood Brand Good Catch Launches New Frozen Fish-Free Entrees, Appetizers


Conxemar Cancels Their 2020 Seafood Show in Vigo, First-Ever Event in Brussels


Study: Microplastics Impact Development of Lobster Larvae  


Rep. Stutes calls Alaska Board of Fish Hearing Amidst Controversy


Captain D’s Continues Southeast Development with 8th Louisiana Location


SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, July 8


Tue. Jul 7 2020

After Short-Term Rejuvenation, Chinese Salmon Market Runs into More Trouble  


A Silver Lining Emerges in Bristol Bay as Salmon Landings Start to Increase


Delegation Calls for Trump to Restore Restrictions to Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Monument   


Four Research Groups Study Resiliency in Bristol Bay Against COVID-19 for 2021 Season


Alaska Fish Prices, Production for 2019 Provide Pre-COVID Base  


Newfoundland and Labrador Price Setting Panel Sides With FFAW on Cold Water Shrimp Price  


Ghost Kitchens on the Rise in a Post-COVID World


ASMI Hands Reins of RFM Certification Program to Certified Seafood Collaborative


Japan: May Tuna Imports Down 55% for Fresh, and 27% for Frozen  


Japan: Summer Chum Arrivals up 40%, Price Down 40% at Sapporo Market  


AEON to Sell Fully Traceable Eels in 40% of Eel Sales  


NOAA’s Trio of Ocean Drones Set to Reach Bering Sea Survey Station  


Uber to Acquire Postmates; Will Keep Consumer-Facing App Running Separately


Applebee’s Brings Back Tex-Mex Shrimp Bowl As They Begin to Reopen Dining Rooms  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, July 7


Mon. Jul 6 2020

Alaska Fishing Updates for July 2020  


PMTF Data Shows Bristol Bay Run a Week Late, Statewide Salmon Landings 8% of Forecast  


Pacific Seafood Worker in Quarantine After Testing Positive for COVID-19


Dismal Area 2A Halibut Landings Necessitate Second Opener; Vessel Limits Create Confusion  


DeFazio Urges NOAA to Reinstate Observer Waiver for West Coast Seafood Industry


JAPAN: Fresh Salmon Imports by Air Continued Decreasing in May  


Norwegian Seafood Export Value Reaches All-Time High in First-Half Year  


Florida Senators Push DOC to Include State for Aquaculture Opportunity Areas


JFOODO Large-scale Sales Promotion in Hong Kong Aims to Increase Consumption Post-COVID 19  


Russia Plans to Diversify Exports of Pollock Roe Within Next Several Years  


China Drafts a Plan to Help Exporters Raise Market Shares at Home  


New Report Highlights Ongoing Issue of Fisheries Observer Protections, Deaths at Sea


BioMar Norway, Bio Feeder to Develop Hybrid Fish Feed Vessel


SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, July 6


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News Summary May 21, 2019 

Today's Top Story: Newfoundland Crab Price Panel Lowers Price to $4.90 After Processors Appeal for Reconsideration

Last week the Newfoundland crab processors asked the Provincial fish price panel to reconsider its crab price decision. Under the Provincial legislation, each party can request a reconsideration once on a single species during the season. The price panel operates by choosing either the harvester or processor proposal.  This year, the panel chose the harvester proposal initially, on the grounds that with low inventories and strong demand for crab, wholesale prices would likely be closer to last year’s price, which averaged out at $8.61 for the year, according to Urner Barry...

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