Wed. Nov 25 2020

Wild Alaskan Co. CEO Kallenberg Funds Research on Salmon Migration and Earth’s Magnetic Field

Pacific Seafood Signs Agreement With Clatsop County Regarding COVID-19 Outbreak Response

ANALYSIS: Pass the Salmon for Thanksgiving 2020  

SeafoodNews Closed For Thanksgiving Thursday and Friday

Current Restaurant Restrictions and Capacity By State

Shrimp Run into Trouble Again in Chinese Market  

Top Meat, Poultry, Egg and Seafood Price Action Broken Down in the Latest Market Briefing

NOAA Renews Temporary Rule For Atlantic Sea Scallop Fishery Management Plan  

Demand for Salmon and Halibut Increases Amid Tight Supplies Heading into Holidays  

NaturalShrimp Finalizes Joint Venture With Ecoponex Systems International

Trans-Ocean Products Receives 2020 US MSC Ocean Champion Award  

Canada’s XpertSea Announces First Marketplace That Connects Shrimp Buyers and Growers Directly  

Alaskan Wild’s CEO Kallenberg Funds Research on Salmon Migration and Earth’s Magnetic Field Summary Wednesday, November 25

Tue. Nov 24 2020

ANALYSIS: Availability of Wild-Caught U.S. Shrimp Critically Low  

LISTEN: Indoor Dining Updates; Salmon at Retail; Coronavirus on Shrimp Packaging and More  

Japan’s September Surimi Imports Fall 50% From the U.S.  

PFMC Adopts Salmon Measures to Help Southern Resident Killer Whales

Fortune International Expands Meat Program With USDA Through Acquisition of Neesvig’s

USDA Eyeing Bids on Alaska Pollock, Salmon Products  

Halibut Outlook Has Some Hopeful Signs for 2021  

JAPAN: September Frozen Scallop Exports to China, Taiwan and U.S. Decrease  

Mowi Set to Join Norwegian Seafood Federation

Aquaculture Pressure May Lead to Significant Decline of Fish Catch in Russia Next Year

Study Finds Thanksgiving “More Important This Year”

Red Lobster Ready for Holidays with Return of ‘Give a Gift, Get a Gift’ Promotion

Baader To Open New Joint Enterprise in Nantes, For French Seafood and Poultry Market Summary Tuesday, November 24

Mon. Nov 23 2020

Fishermen Concerned About Maine Governor’s Move to Expand Offshore Wind Research

ANALYSIS: Blue Swimming Crab Meat Market Remains Firm  

Coast Guard Searching for Four Missing Fishermen 20 Miles Off Provincetown

Canadian Fishing Group Pleased with Canada, UK Transitional Trade Deal

Fire Breaks Out at Huon Aquaculture Pen, Estimated 50,000 Fish Lost  

Oregon State Study: Water Temperature Shifts Affect Larval Tuna Eating Habits at Critical Life Stage  

Copper-laden Dust Not Analyzed at Pebble Mine

MSC Joins Calls for World Trade Organization to End Fishing Subsidies Summary Monday, November 23

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Survey: COVID Led to Surge in Off-Premise Dining, Other Operational Changes for Franchisees

The 2020 Restaurant Franchise Pulse survey, conducted by TD Bank, found that coronavirus lockdowns and unwillingness to eat out at restaurants led restaurant franchisees to pivot to a pick-up and delivery model.

Just shy of 75% of survey respondents prioritized off-premise dining with enhanced delivery and online or mobile ordering methods due to COVID-19. This led to a 19% jump in the percentage of sales linked to off-premise orders.

An interesting note was that although 86% of respondents had delivery...

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