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These are the Top 10 Seafood Items Consumed in the U.S. for 2018

On Friday the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released their Annual Fisheries of the U.S. Report for 2018, and the report detailed how U.S. seafood per capita consumption has hit 16.1 lbs.  Now, the National Fisheries Institute (NFI) is doing a deeper dive into exactly what seafood items Americans are consuming.

The top consumed seafood item – once again – is shrimp, with 4.6 lbs. eaten per capita. This is a record-high. Second on the list is...

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Golden Pearl Trading Corp. Recalls 12,000 Pounds of Siluriformes Products

The United States Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced Golden Pearl Trading Corporation is recalling 12,054 pounds of ready-to-eat (RTE) imported Siluriformes products.

Golden Pearl was doing business as “Dandy Food Products” and its “Sugar Kid SALTED EGG FISH SKIN” products were not presented for import re-inspection into the U.S. The products were also imported from Singapore, a country that is not eligible to export RTE Siluriformes products into the U.S.

The RTE salted egg fish skin items were imported on various dates...

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Alli & Rose Recalling Over 20,000 Pounds of Siluriformes Products

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced on Thursday that Redlands, California-based Alli & Rose is recalling approximately 21,930 pounds of Siluriformes products.

The product being recalled is "The SnakYard Salted Egg Fish Skins." The product was shipped to retail locations in California, Maryland and New Jersey before the issue was discovered during routine FSIS surveillance.

According to FSIS, the products in question were imported from Thailand, a country that is ineligible to export ready-to-eat Siluriformes products...

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Consolidated Catfish to Take Over SouthFresh Alabama Plant, Keep it Operating

Consolidated Catfish and SouthFresh Aquaculture announced an agreement today that would keep the SouthFresh catfish plant operating, and able to serve its existing customers.

SouthFresh, which is owned by the Alabama Farmers Cooperative, declared bankruptcy in January, 2019.  The new plan to keep operating will be presented to the bankruptcy court.

On Friday, Consolidated Catfish, known as CCP, signed a long term lease for the SouthFresh plant in Eutaw, Alabama.  The lease is subject to court approval.  It would allow the processing plant to remain open...

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ANALYSIS: Second Month-Over-Month Surge for Chinese Catfish

Imports for Chinese catfish frozen fillets totaled 1.7 million pounds for the month of November, increasing 52.7 percent from October, which saw a 125.2 percent increase over the previous month.

Compared to November 2018, imports are 80.8 percent above last year's volume, however, on a YTD basis, 2019 still falls 20.4 percent below 2018 levels.

November 2019 import volume comes in 70.7 percent, or 723,011 pounds, above the previous 3-year average of just over 1 million pounds.

Domestic consumption within China of this...

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ANALYSIS: Seafood Items Swimming Upstream in October

October, as many say in the industry, is called National Seafood month for a reason, demand is quiet. School is in session and the U.S.’s appetite for seafood tends to wane during the Fall.

There are several seafood items, however, that are swimming upstream this fall. Each species has its own story to tell, but the theme circles around a lack of supply coupled with what appears to be an insatiable demand.

King and Snow Crab

Both king and snow crab demand has been active over the past several weeks...

 

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