Mon. Feb 17 2020

Alaska Pollock to be “Wildly” Available During Lent Promotion


SSPO Praise U.S.’ Decision to Pull Back Tariffs on Scottish Salmon  


Washington, Oregon Agree on Columbia River Salmon Allocations for 2020  


Thai Union China Sends Humanitarian Assistance To Wuhan


Port Moves Forward with Rebuilding the Charleston, Ore., Ice Plant


Thai Union Reports Slight Bump in Profit as Sales Dip 5% in 2019


Crew Training Program Calls for Third Round of Applicants


SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, February 17


Fri. Feb 14 2020

NZ Rock Lobster Industry Could See Annual Catch Entitlement Carried Over Due to Coronavirus  


7-Eleven Features Wild Alaska Pollock Sandwich in U.S. Stores for Lenten Promotion


ANALYSIS: Tariff on Red Swimming Crab Meat Persists; Imports Down, Pricing Continues to Drop  


Conservation Law Foundation Petitions Commerce to Immediately End Overfishing of Atlantic Cod


ANALYSIS: Squid Imports Lowest in 10 Years, 2020 Outlook  


Wally Stevens Acting as GAA's CEO Following Andrew Mallison's Move into Strategic Advisor Role


Grieg Seafood Reports Boost in Q4 Harvest, Says 100,000 MT Harvest Goal Within Reach  


AquaBounty Complete $15.5 Million Public Stock Offering  


Seafood Favorites for Valentine's Day  


SeaPak Giving Chopped Fans the Chance to Win $5,000 with New At-Home Challenge


NOAA Finalizes 2020 Quotas for Atlantic Surfclam, Ocean Quahog  


Long John Silver’s Announces Lenten Season Specials


Shiok Meats Co-founder Named One of the Winners of 'Women and the Ocean: Changemakers Challenge'


Sysco Closes $500 Million Sustainability Bond Issuance


SeafoodNews.com Summary Friday, February 14


Thu. Feb 13 2020

Boston Seafood Show Organizers Comment on Impact of Participation from China Due to Coronavirus   


China’s Seafood Exports Hit Hard by the Coronavirus


Ecuador's National Chamber of Aquaculture Says China's Shrimp Demand Should Recover 'Very Soon'


ANALYSIS: A Look at Farmed Salmon, Lobster and European Shrimp Ahead of Valentine's Day  


Dungeness Crab Catch Breaks Record in Southeast Alaska, Red Flag for the Future  


NWAA Calls Environmental Plantiffs in Lawsuit Against Cooke ‘Out of Touch’ with Science


Russia Starts Preparations for Revision of US-USSR Agreement on Maritime Border


Southwestern Oregon Ports Will Receive Long Overdue Dredging Work Thanks to New Funding


Mowi Reaches Record Harvest in 2019, Target for 2020 Remains at 450,000 MT  


Young’s Seafood Revamps Packaging, Eyeing Socially Conscious Consumers


The Release of Japanese Glass Eel to Farmers Reached 3.5 Tons  


MSC Adopts On the Hook Campaign Change; Bans Compartmentalization by Fishing Practice


Post-Brexit Fisheries Bill Continues to Move Through UK Parliament


Guolian Achieves Success in Domestic Development


Wild American Shrimp Wants Shrimp Aficionados's Original Recipes, Urging Cooks "Don't Be Shellfish!"


Alaska Sea Grant Deadline for Fellowship Program is Tomorrow


Aquaculture Venture HATCH Completes First Fund, Receives Over $8 Million


SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, February 13


Wed. Feb 12 2020

Russia Floods U.S. With Seafood While Banning U.S. Imports for 6th Year  


Only a Few SE Alaska Areas Will Open, Total Limit is 148,500 Chinook Salmon  


The Coronavirus has a New Name: COVID-19


Conservation Groups Hope to Sink Cooke's Steelhead Plans in Puget Sound  


Two Studies Reveal Geographical Differences in How Women’s Role in Fishing has Evolved — or Not


NMFS Rejects Maine’s Right Whale Protection Plan, Additional Measures to be Taken  


Half of U.S. Consumers are Looking to Lose Weight, Here’s How Seafood Fits in 2020 Diet Trends


Coast Guard Search Underway for Potential Missing Vessel off North Carolina


ICL Food Specialties Launching Functional Ingredient Line at Boston Seafood Show


Fisheries and Oceans Canada Kicks-Off Gear Innovation Summit


Scottish Fishing Company Fined Almost 5 Years After Crewmember's Death


Quiznos Lobster & Seafood Subs Make Their Return, with a Twist  


First SOLI Program of 2020 to Take Place in Maine This March


SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, February 12


Tue. Feb 11 2020

Atlantic Natural Foods Dropping Further Action Against Boston Seafood Show Organizers


Oregon, Washington Making Crab Fishery Changes to Minimize Entanglements  


2019 Crab Production and Market Data Released; Live Crab Diverted From China to Other Asia Markets  


The Plant-Based Alternative Fight: Ocean Hugger Recalls Exhibiting at Boston Seafood Show in 2018


Corps Ignores Congress's Call to Improve Pebble Mine Draft Final EIS, Say Bristol Bay Tribes


Bumble Bee, FCF and Ocean Outcomes Team up for FIP to Improve Indian Ocean Tuna Fisheries  


Coronavirus Impacting Lobstermen Across the Country  


Responders Working to Move Grounded Fishing Vessel in Hilo Bay


SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, February 11


AquaBounty Prices Underwritten Public Offering at $13.5 Million  


UK’s Marine Management Organization Updates Catch Recording Service


Heart Health Month: MSC Encourages Americans to Choose Seafood that’s 'Good for You and the Ocean'


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Two days after Hurricane Dorian swept through Atlantic Canada, hundreds of thousands of people still have no power, leaving schools and some businesses closed Monday.

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