Fri. Dec 13 2019

Ocean Beauty Sells Shuttered Seafood Cannery in Petersburg

Marine Eco-Label Japan Scheme Recognized by GSSI

Russian Fishermen Call for Additional Subsidies to Cover Ever-Growing Energy Costs

VIDEO: Gulf of Alaska Cod Fishery Closed for 2020; Dungeness Crab Season to Open; and More

Team Working to Remove Fishing Vessel That Ran Aground Off North Carolina

Seafood Veteran Ron Harrison Passes Away After Battle With ALS

FoodHero App Tries to Solve Food Waste Problem Summary Friday, December 13

New European Rules for Safer Food Start Today

Thu. Dec 12 2019

Ravn Air Delays Unalaska Community Meeting to Prepare for BSAI ‘A’ Season Travel Needs

Shrimp Import Antidumping Duties Increase Over FY2018  

Dillingham Wants Input From Fishermen on New Harbor Plans

Impact of Tariffs Named One of the Top 10 Food News Stories of 2019

ADFG Introduces Rockfish Playing Cards as Education Tools  

Former Bumble Bee VP Victor Phan Joins Garden Fresh Restaurants' Executive Team Summary Thursday, December 12

Wed. Dec 11 2019

Whale Entanglement Risk Low in Central California; Dungeness Season to Open Dec. 15  

Alaska Seafood Industry Snapshot

Tri Marine Group Names Juan Corrales As New CEO; Renato Curto Stepping Down After 35 Years

Farmed Sockeye Salmon Landed in Nemuro, Hokkaido  

World’s First Sustainable Sea Cucumber Fishery is MSC Certified in Western Australia

Seafood Nutrition Partnership Board Welcomes 2 New Members; Jim Motos Appointed Vice Chair of Board

Maine Scallop Fishery Enters Emergency Closure in Moosabec Reach  

Ecuador Introducing Satellites to Combat IUU Fishing  

Seaspan Shipyards Delivers Second Offshore Fisheries Science Vessel to Canadian Coast Guard Summary Wednesday, December 11

Tue. Dec 10 2019

The Winding Glass: Lack of Cod Killing Alaskan Communities, as State and Council Punt on any Relief  

Imported Seafood Flooding China's Expanding Market Ahead of Chinese New Year  

Sunken Fishing Vessel Found 140 Feet Below Surface off Martha’s Vineyard

Protesters Gather in Dublin to End Overfishing in Ireland

Scottish Sea Farms’ £55m Hatchery Sends First Smolts to Sea Pens  

Norway Royal Salmon's Largest Stakeholder Will Change  

Alaska's Halibut, Sablefish, Crab Values for Cost Recovery  

Sea Shepherd Launching Web Series to Document Efforts to Save Endangered Vaquita

Coast Guard Rescues Four Fishermen in Browns Inlet, North Carolina

Captain D's Opens 19th Ohio Restaurant In Chillicothe

NFI Hosting Seafood Science and Regulatory Forum Following GSMC Summary Tuesday, December 10

Mon. Dec 9 2019

GAO: FDA Needs to Improve Oversight of Import Alert Removal Decisions Summary Monday, December 9

Deep Water Crab Market Steady as Snow Crab Demand Grows  

Another Strong Year Forecasted for Togiak Herring in 2020

Gulf of Maine Research Institute to Receive Over $612,000 to Boost Market Value of Finfish  

Drop in Cod Stocks Closes Gulf of Alaska Cod Fishery for 2020

Thai Union Receives Outstanding Innovation Honor at Thailand Corporate Excellence Awards

West Coast Crab Managers Delay Primary Dungeness Season Again  

Governor Cuomo Requests Federal Fishery Disaster for New York Bay Scallop Fishery  

Seven Seas Fish Company, Owner Sentenced for Illegal Importation of Fish

Russia Expects Significant Seafood Export Growth This Year  

ANALYSIS: Relief in Sight for Live Lobster?  

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The push to convince consumers that the best way to protect wild fish is to eat farmed has gotten new life by a company called LoveTheWild.  

The Boulder-Colorado based group launched its oven-ready, farmed fish meal kits in 2014 and just announced they will be available at Whole Foods stores nationwide next month.

Among their investors is actor Leonardo DiCaprio who claims that “the exploitation of our oceans has left many marine ecosystems on the brink of total collapse” and that LoveTheWild is...

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