Wed. Apr 17 2024

Building of New Fish Trawlers and Crab Catchers is Seriously Delayed in Russia  


Tue. Apr 16 2024

ANALYSIS: Live Lobster - Spring Preview  


NL 2024 Lobster Pricing Agreement Released; Find Out What Changed From Last Year  


Peter Pan Halts Operations For Summer And Winter Production Cycles For The “Foreseeable Future”  


American Shrimp Processors Association Calls For Ban on Indian Shrimp Made With Forced Labor  


ANALYSIS: Navigating Shifts in the 2024 Sockeye Season  


4 Of The Biggest Takeaways From The 2022 Fisheries Economics of The U.S. Report


Seafoodnews.com Summary Tuesday, April 16


Mon. Apr 15 2024

FFAW And ASP Come To Agreement To Start 2024 Snow Crab Fishery  


ANALYSIS: Farmed Salmon at Retail Wanes  


Entangled NARW Spotted Off Coast of Rhode Island; 6th UME Documented For 2024


Dunleavy Says Pebble Should Proceed, Files Suit in Alaska Court to Reverse EPA’s Decision


PODCAST: Norway Snow Crab MSC Certified; Seafood Expansion in WIC; and More


California Gov. Newsom Wastes No Time in Requesting Federal Aid for Salmon Fishery  


Russia Increases Sturgeon Catch In Effort To Diversify Its Fish Catch  


Seafoodnews.com Summary Monday, April 15


Fri. Apr 12 2024

ASP Offers $3 Per Pound To Start Snow Crab Season In NL, But FFAW Doesn’t Bite  


2024 Snow Crab Landings Update For NL, Gulf and the Maritimes Region As Of April 12


China’s Import of Live Seafood in 2023 Highest in Recent Years, Growth Expected in 2024


Recall Issued In Canada For Mowi Cold Smoked Norwegian Atlantic Salmon  


February Sales of Imported Fresh Tuna at Toyosu Market Plummet  


Europe’s BLUU Seafood Opens First Pilot Plant For Cultivated Fish  


Russia Plans to Compete With China For Fish Catch in Territorial Waters of African States


Thu. Apr 11 2024

ANALYSIS: 2024 Scallop Season Expectations  


USDA Updates WIC Food Packages To Expand Seafood


PFMC Sets West Coast Salmon Seasons: California Seasons Closed Again  


Norway Achieves MSC Certification For Barents Sea Snow Crab  


Blue Star Foods Lands Supply Agreement With U.S. Military Meal Kit Company Eagle Rising  


Whole Foods Market Highlights Atlantic Sea Farms, Pacific Seafood As “All-Star” Suppliers  


Everything You Need To Know About The Save Our Shrimpers Act of 2024  


Japan: Fresh Salmon Imports by Air Recovered in February, Procurement Costs Highest Ever  


Seafoodnews.com Summary Thursday, April 11


Wed. Apr 10 2024

Snow Crab Standoff Continues; FFAW Promises “We Will Not Fish For Anything Less Than Our Fair Share”  


NPFMC Moves Forward With Further Limits on Chum Salmon Bycatch In Bering Sea Pollock Fleet


Seafoodnews.com Summary Wednesday, April 10


Global Seafood Alliance Promotes Mike Kocsis To CEO


The Retail Rundown: Competitive Prices Drive Traffic; CPI Update


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After days of transferring fuel, gear and miscellaneous off the vessel and several failed attempts to refloat it, Mother Nature took over. Days of pounding surf after the vessel ran aground on Feb. 9 left gouges and holes in the hull and drove it deeper in the sand.

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