Mon. Oct 21 2019

ANALYSIS: Seafood Items Swimming Upstream in October  

LISTEN: NOAA's Report on Recovering Endangered Species; Seafood Makes You Smarter and More

Large Players Purchase Majority of Quota During Russian Crab Auctions  

Though Profits Look Grim on Paper, Guolian has Rosy Prospects

Coast Guard Medevacs Man from Alaska Ocean Vessel 15 miles West of Coos Bay  

Maine Announces Opening of Scallop License Lottery  

Canadian Seafood Company, Owner Pleads Guilty to Illegal Importing Fish into U.S. Summary Monday, October 21

Fri. Oct 18 2019

NOAA Fisheries Releases Report to Congress on Recovering Threatened and Endangered Species 2017-2018

Rioting in Ecuador Hinders Shrimp Exports, Affecting Chinese Markets  

VIDEO: Seafood Makes You Smart; Climate-Ready Fisheries Act; Aquaculture Management; Anchovies  

CA Congressman Huffman Introduces The Salmon FISH Act  

Recaps of AK Salmon Fishery by Region  

New Seasoned Shrimp Line Launched by Pacific Seafood  

Cod or Haddock? UMass Amherst Taste Test Looks at ‘Name Bias’ and Fisheries Sustainability  

Research off New England Finds Promising Habitat for Blue Mussel Farms

Mical Seafood Expands Tuna Recall Due to Possible Scombroid Poisoning  

Thai Union Creates Venture Fund for Innovation in Food Technology

Melting Permafrost Shown to Release Mercury in Arctic Areas

Gulf Menhaden Fishery Achieves MSC Certification  

New Aqua Feed Ingredient Verified For Sale In Europe

Interactive Tool Looks at Environmental and Social Performance of Global Seafood Production Summary Friday, October 18

Thu. Oct 17 2019

Seafood Does Make You Smart: New Study Links Consumption to Higher IQ in Children

Sen. Cantwell Urges NOAA to Better Manage Fish Farming, Citing 2017 Salmon Spill in Puget Sound

Genetic Evidence Points to Large-scale PCod Migration North in Bering Sea

Scientists: Hawai'i Swordfish Fishery Has No Discernable Impact on Sea Turtle Populations  

Fishermen Use Electronic Reporting in Real Time to Help Understand Ocean Ecosystem

Cooke Aquaculture to Pay $156k to Fund Maine Salmon Restoration Project Following Violations  

Science Means Lower Herring Harvests in the Gulf of Georgia  

Russian King Crab Seizes a Greater Market Share in China  

AquaMaof Reveals Land-Based R&D Facility for Shrimp Production  

Government Urging Fishermen to Remove Gear from non-UK Waters with Brexit Looming

Seafood Industry Responds to “Fishing for Catastrophe Report” Summary Thursday, October 17

Wed. Oct 16 2019

Invasive Fresh Water Plant Eradication Important to Protect Salmon Watersheds, ISER Study Says  

New Data Makes Case for Anchovy Abundance as Oceana Lawsuit Continues  

Inland Seafood Joins Distributor Group Sea Pact   

Climate Change Impacts on Fisheries Gains Traction in U.S. House of Representatives

Fishing Update, October 2019

Russia May Propose Revision to Existing US-USSR Maritime Border Agreement  

FSU Researchers Examine Trends in Global Aquaculture

Universities Leading Research to Develop Tools to Support East Coast Oyster Aquaculture  

Coast Guard Rescues 2 After Boat Collision Northwest of Dry Tortugas Summary Wednesday, October 16

Tue. Oct 15 2019

The Winding Glass: With China Gaining Bigger Seafood Footprint, US Market Losing Control of Pricing   

ANALYSIS: Stone Crab Season Kicks-off on October 15  

Ocean Acidification Updates for Alaska Board of Fisheries

Danish Land-based Salmon Farm Nominated for “Star of Innovation” Award 2019

ICL Planning to Expand in the Plant-based Meat Market Summary Tuesday, October 15

After Fire, Captain D's Reopens 70th Alabama Location

First RAS Coho Salmon Farm Earns BAP Certification  

FishServe Welcome Kerry Prendergast to the Board

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Fifth Recall This Month over Siluriformes Products Produced Without Benefit of Inspection

A fifth company has now issued a recall over Siluriformes products produced without benefit of inspection.

The USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced on Tuesday that McAllen Cold Storage of McAllen, Texas, is recalling approximately 51,942 pounds of frozen Siluriformes fish products, specifically Basa fillets, that were not presented for import re-inspection into the United States.

According to the release, the frozen Basa fillets were imported from Vietnam into the U.S. on various dates from August 1, 2018 to February 15, 2019...

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