Tue. Sep 29 2020

Atlantic Sapphire Concludes First Land-based Fish Harvest in U.S.

SeafoodNews Podcast: The Pebble Tapes, Trump's Surprise Bumble Bee Tuna Mention and More  

Mystery: Foreign Marine Debris on Bering Strait Beaches Focus of NOAA’s ORR

Nation’s Fishery Councils Recommend Ways to Support American Seafood, Improve Coordination with NMFS

Cooke Confirms Infectious Salmon Anaemia Virus at Cold Ocean Salmon Grip Cove Farm Site

Fishermen Groups Concerned About At-Sea Monitoring Expansion

Louisiana Governor Requests Federal Disaster Declaration for Fisheries Impacted by Hurricane Laura  

Alaska Senate Fisheries Debate Calls for Questions

Startup Develops Plastic-free, Fully Compostable Packaging Made from Sugarcane

Red Lobster Introduces New Daily Deals to Lure Dine-In Customers  

Japan Fisheries Association to Host Ecolabel Workshop at the Seafood Show Tokyo

Japan Fisheries Association to Host Ecolabel Workshop at the Seafood Show Tokyo

Carthage Crabs Enters Joint Venture With Azzure Mar Seafood Products To Expand Line in US Market  

The Hartman Group's Shelley Balanko on Consumer Buying Trends in a Pandemic

Holland Fisheries Event Launches Online Exhibition After Cancelling October Show Due to COVID-19

SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, September 29

Mon. Sep 28 2020

As Climate Change Threatens Maine Fisheries, It’s Not All Bad News for Oysters  

Pacific Seafood Outbreak Update: Company Confirms 94 Current Positive COVID Cases

Bundrant Lauds Departing Senior Executives as Trident Begins ‘Transition’

Court Rejects Pacific Choice Appeal on Non-Whiting Groundfish Quota Holdings  

China Closes its Door to Fewer Shrimp in August  

JAPAN: Retailers Experience Strong Seafood Sales in August  

AQUAA Act Aims to Establish Nationwide Standards for Offshore Aquaculture

Japan’s 2019 Surimi Products Production Lowest in 50 Years  

Leading Russian Fish Producers Looking for Ways to Boost Their Exports This Year  

Norwegian Seafood Council to Showcase Sustainable Fisheries at Seafood Show Tokyo

NOAA Extends Vessel Slow Speed Zone South of Nantucket to Protect Right Whales

SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, September 28

Fri. Sep 25 2020

ANALYSIS: Hard Shell Lobster Inventory Low Throughout Industry  

REPORT: "Major Outbreak" of COVID-19 at Pacific Seafood's Warrenton Plant

Chinese Health Authorities in Qingdao Claim to Have Found Traces of Coronavirus on Imported Seafood  

Dungeness Crab Makes Oregon's List of Top 20 Agriculture Commodities  

Alaska Fishing Updates for September/October  

Seafood Show Tokyo Implements Coronavirus Safety Measures

U.S. Restaurant Dollar and Traffic Declines Ease in August as Consumers Gain Comfort in Dining Out

Seafood Dealers Allowed Delayed Reporting in Some Areas Due to Hurricane Sally

Fast Response Cutter Arrives on Guam, Named For First Woman to Enlist in Coast Guard, 102 Years Ago

Genova Premium Tuna, King Oscar partner With Chef Marcus Samuelsson and James Beard Foundation

Governor General's Throne Speech Commits to Blue Economy Development

Marel, Fusion Marine Technology Announce New Partnership

Marel, Fusion Marine Technology Announce New Partnership

SeafoodNews.com Summary Friday, September 25

Thu. Sep 24 2020

Collier Out, Shively Back In as Pebble CEO to “Advance Through Regulatory Process”

Consumers Itching for Night Out but Restaurants Limited with Winter Weather on the Horizon

Pebble Opponents Ask for Halt to Mine, Some Want Lasting Protection for Alaska’s “National Treasure”

FDA, European Commission Take Steps to Resume Shellfish Trade for the First Time in 10 Years  

Alaska's Salmon are Getting Smaller  

Agricultural Consultant Michelle Klieger Breaks Down the Needs and Wants of Today's Consumer

JAPAN: Laboratory Grown Octopus Reaches 500 Grams in Six Months  

RRPK Has No Concerns Regarding Expulsion From Association of Pollock Producers  

Cermaq iFarm Project Reaches Big Milestone With First Smolt Transfer

World's First ASC-MSC Certified Seaweed Products Go on Sale in Korea  

Russian Federation Lifts Restrictions on Imports From Chile's Ventisqueros

U.S. Coast Guard, Royal Bahamas Defense Force Seize More Than 12,000 lbs. of IUU Fishing Catch

SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, September 24

Wed. Sep 23 2020

Bumble Bee Responds After Trump's Comments About Throwing Tuna  

USDA Signals Expansion of Commodity Buys With $4.4 M Award To Blue Harvest For Atlantic Groundfish

ANALYSIS: July Imports Boast New Tilapia Record  

Bering Sea Fishermen’s Association Wins $600,000 Match from U.S. EDA Build to Scale Grant

Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2 Now Available for Aquaculture Operations

If Fishermen Can’t Flush a Head in Cook Inlet, Why Should Hilcorp Be Allowed to Dump Toxic Waste?

Brrrr! Charleston Ice Plant Starts Serving Commercial Vessels; Some Dock Work Still on Tap

FFAW Calling For Halt of Royal Greenland's Acquisition of Quinlan Brothers

Japan’s Yellowtail July Exports Fell 46% From Last Year  

Kodiak Could See a January 2021 Tanner Crab Fishery  

Moves for NZ's First Seaweed Farms Begin in Hauraki Gulf  

SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, September 23

Omega Protein Raises Over $5,000 For Hurricane Laura Assistance

Vietnam's Pangasius and Bivalve Mollusk Exports Decrease

Southstream Seafoods Adds Ricardo Febles to Sales Team

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USCG Rescues One from Canadian Vessel Off Cape Flattery, Wash.; 2 Confirmed Dead

The U.S. Coast Guard rescued one fisherman from a lifeboat early Tuesday morning after a 66-foot Canadian commercial fishing boat -- formerly from Astoria, Ore. -- began taking on water about 85 miles offshore of Cape Flattery, Wash., with three people aboard.

Watchstanders at multiple Coast Guard units received a VHF radio hail for help at about 2 a.m. from a person aboard the Arctic Fox II reporting the vessel was taking on water and the three people aboard planned to abandon ship.

The fisherman who hailed for help reported ...

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