Fri. Feb 21 2020

Seafood Consumption at Highest Level Since 2007, According to NOAA's 2018 Fisheries Report  

Huffman’s Listening Tour for MSA Reauthorization in Honolulu Today

Blue Apron Announces What to Expect in 2020

VIDEO: Blue Harvest Acquisition; Coronavirus Impact; Fish Sandwich War; Blue Apron Closing Facility

Russian Regulators Lobby Introduction of Auctions for Entire Domestic Fish Sector

Prudent Management, Small Increases in Biomass, Allow for 2020 Shark Fishery in Mississippi

White Castle Brings Back Shrimp Nibblers for Lent, But Crab Cake Sliders Don't Make the Cut  

Dried Kelp From Kodiak Hits National Store Shelves

France: Startup Huddle Corp. Plans Pilot Plant for Targeted Aqua Nutrition Concepts  

Noodles & Company Makes Shrimp Scampi Dish a Permanent Menu Item Summary Friday, February 21

Thu. Feb 20 2020

Blue Harvest Fisheries Completes Acquisition of 12 Vessels, 27 Fishing Permits From Carlos Rafael

Cape May Fishermen, Processor Sues NOAA’s At-Sea Monitoring Rule

Whole Foods Honors Pacifico Aquaculture, Icicle Seafoods and Inverawe Smokehouse in Annual Awards  

Blue Apron Closing Arlington Facility, Laying Off 240 Employees

Gulf of Maine Longline Survey in Rocky Habitats Now in Sixth Year

Young Fishermen’s Act Advances, Awaits House Vote

Norwegian Seafood Restaurants Receive Michelin Stars

Queensland Aquaculture Report Shows Growth in Industry

Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance CEO Joins High Level Panel for a Sustainable Oceans Economy Summary Thursday, February 20

Wed. Feb 19 2020

Faced With Slow Sales, Chinese Seafood Sellers Fighting for Survival  

Sports, Personal Use Fared Better Than Commercial Fleet at Alaska Board of Fish Meeting

PBS Segment Highlights Hurdles Facing Tuna Industry in American Samoa  

Bankrupt Health Food Store Earth Fare Owes Inland Seafood Over $6 Million

Russia in Search of Alternative Markets for its Fish Due to Coronavirus Outbreak

Alaska Hatchery Program Featured at Board of Fish, Public Can Comment  

The BojAngler Fish Sandwich is Back at Bojangles Ahead of Lent

Trace Register Launches New Full-Chain Traceability Platform for Processors Summary Wednesday, February 19

Tue. Feb 18 2020

The Winding Glass: How the Coronavirus Shockwave May Impact the U.S. and Canadian Seafood Industry    

Arby’s Fires First in Fish Sandwich War as Lent Looms  

Queensland Seafood Industry Receives Assistance from Government Due to Impact of Coronavirus  

Grieg Seafood Launches New $40 Million Wellboat to Combat Sea Lice in Canada  

USTR Opens New Bilateral Evaluation and Dispute Resolution Office Per U.S.-China Phase One Agreement

Alaska Lawmakers Reinstate Fishery Budget Cuts

GSSI Recognizes ASC’s Global Shrimp Standard Five Years After Launch

Smashburger Introduces Pacific Cod Sandwich, First Ever Fish Entrée Ahead of Lent  

Nova Scotia Officially Declares February 28 as "Lobster Day"  

Mowi CEO: 'We Are More or Less Self-Sufficient for Feed in Europe'  

Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance Announces New Members to Board of Directors Summary Tuesday, February 18

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 Summary Monday, February 17

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Coast Guard Patrols North Pacific to Protect International Fisheries

The Coast Guard Cutter Mellon patrolled the North Pacific in support of Operation North Pacific Guard (NPG), a mission dedicated to “protecting marine resources, enforcing international fisheries agreements and conducting global security missions.”

Since the start of the operation in June, the Mellon’s crew boarded 40 ships and issued a total of 61 violations. 25 of the violations were considered “serious” by the Coast Guard, as they had the potential to negatively impact fisheries. The crews also found vessels ignoring conservation considerations...

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