Fri. Jun 2 2023

Snow Crab Update: NL Minimum Price to Harvesters Increases, Plus Landings Updates As Of June 2  


NOAA Fisheries Selects Alaska to Begin Aquaculture Opportunity Area Identification


ANALYSIS: Wild Salmon Week in Review May 28-June 3  


Bipartisan Bill Introduced to Support Rural Fishing Communities


NEFMC Names Dr. Catherine O’Keefe As New Executive Director


Summer of Sockeye Salmon Kicks Off in Bristol Bay, Alaska  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Friday, June 2


Thu. Jun 1 2023

One Year Into The Ban On Russian King Crab And Snow Crab -- What Now?  


Norway's Resource Rent Tax on Aquaculture Passed By Parliament


Further Closures of Salmon Farms in BC Put Surrey’s Economy and Indigenous Reconciliation at Risk  


Marine Reserves Staff Tackling Ocean Temperature, Hypoxia Research in Oregon


Major Japanese Fish Feed Manufacturers Decide to Withdraw From Feed Production Certified by ASC


Cooke Continues to Provide Support In Battling Nova Scotia Wildfire


Blue Star Foods to Supply Crab Meat to Bloomin’ Brands For Outback Steakhouse Locations  


Cousins Maine Lobster Appoints Wendy’s Veteran Angela Coppler As Head of Development  


Former Stonewall Kitchen Exec Joins Atlantic Sea Farms as VP of Operations  


This First Half of the Year Looks Rewarding for White Shrimp in Chinese Market  


Read President Joe Biden’s Proclamation on National Ocean Month


SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, June 1


Wed. May 31 2023

Fortune Fish Exits: 3 Leave As Imports Division Shifts to New Department


Norwegian Government Warns Of Potential Reduced King Crab Quota Next Year  


USFWS Notification Forces Biden Administration To Act On Mexico’s Illegal Totoaba Trade


The Retail Rundown: Jumping on June's Next Retail Occasion


Pacific Salmon Commission Opens Funding Programs for U.S., British Columbia Applicants


Ecuador’s Shrimp Sector Continues Fight Against Organized Crime  


Cooke Employees Assisting in Battle of ‘Out of Control’ Saint Andrews Wildfire


April Fish Roe Sales at the Tokyo Central Wholesale Markets Fall by 30% for Pollock Roe  


Barry Group, Ocean Trout Canada Continue Processing Agreement for Steelhead Trout  


Sernapesca: Applications Now Open for ‘Blue Seal’ Sustainability Program


SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, May 31


Tue. May 30 2023

Snow Crab Landings Update For NL, Gulf and Maritimes Region As Of May 30  


ADF&G Commissioner Announces Highest Priorities for State at Federal NPFMC


DFO Announces First Seasonal Grid Closures For Gulf of St. Lawrence in 2023


Blue Harvest’s New Groundfish Vessel, Nobska, Completes Inaugural Deployment


Pair of Maine Lobstermen Have Licenses Suspended for Marine Resource Law Violations  


Russian Fish Sector Faced With Record Drop of Profits in 2022  


April Salmon Sales at the Tokyo Central Wholesale Markets  


Instant Dishes Create More Profits for Guolian


CPF and Nichirei Join Forces to Make the Food Supply Chain More Sustainable


Georgia Oyster Seasons Set to Close for Summer


1 Dead, 4 Missing From Sitka Fishing Charter Boat as Intense Search Continues


SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, May 30


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SATS Urges Congress to Support $25 Million in Funding for NMFS' Aquaculture Office

Industry coalition Stronger America Through Seafood (SATS) sent a letter to the Chairs and Ranking Members of the U.S. House and U.S. Senate Committees on Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies today urging Congress to support annual funding for NOAA Fisheries’ National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS)’s Aquaculture Office in the fiscal year 2024 Commerce, Justice and Science (CJS) Appropriations Act.

The letter requests that the Committee support the requested $25 million in annual funding for the NMFS’s Aquaculture Office, which includes...

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