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Sep 4 - Putin Launches Operations of Gidrostroy’s New Plant on Shikotan


Aug 7 - Russian Government Stays With Historical Participation for Distribution of Fish Quotas


Aug 6 - GAPP Seeking Wild Alaska Pollock Surimi, Roe Proposals for 3rd Round of Partnership Funding


Aug 6 - Fortune, American Seafoods Launch New Wild Alaska Pollock Products


Aug 6 - Alaska Fishing Updates for August 2019


Aug 2 - The Winding Glass: The Trade-War No One Wins


Jul 26 - Russia Plans Production Increases, Diversification of Seafood Exports this Year


Jul 17 - Sergey Darkin Aims to Become Leading Russian Fish Producer in the Years to Come


Jul 8 - Despite Higher Tariffs, the U.S. May Still Turn to China for Processed Seafood


Jun 27 - WATCH: Urner Barry Staff Tries Trident Seafoods' Wild Alaska Pollock Protein Noodles


Jun 21 - UrnerBarry's Summer 2019 Reporter Issue Released; Read It Online For Free Now


Jun 19 - Russian Government Concerned About Decline of Domestic Pollock Processing


Jun 14 - The Winding Glass: We Need a New Magnuson Act to Deal with Climate Change Impacts on Fisheries


Jun 14 - VIDEO: Gulf of St. Lawrence Closures; Trident & Nancy Fuller; ASMI's Exec Director; Dead Zone


Jun 14 - Trident Seafoods Partners with Food Network Star Nancy Fuller


Jun 12 - Vietnam May Overtake China as the World’s Largest Pollock Processor


Jun 4 - How Much U.S. Seafood is Imported? New Paper Challenges Conventional Thinking


May 30 - Russia Considering Ban of Foreign-Owned Transport Ships in Domestic Waters


May 29 - Russia Facing Drop in Domestic Pollock Consumption in Near Future


May 28 - Highly Ironic That Export Award from Gov’t Went to Maine Company Most Hurt by Seafood Tariffs


May 23 - Trident Accepts FABI Award at National Restaurant Association Show for 10g Protein Noodles


May 20 - Russian Fish Harvests Level Off, Decrease After Years of Consecutive Growth


May 3 - VIDEO: COS Aquaculture Commitment; GAPP Partnerships; Plant-Based Trends; MLMC's Executive Director


May 2 - GAPP Partners With Fishpeople to Promote Meal Kits Featuring Wild Alaska Pollock


Apr 26 - The Winding Glass: If Your Only Tool is Anti-Trust, Everything Looks Like Price Fixing


Apr 25 - Alaska Seafood Industry Snapshot


Apr 22 - Russian Fish Producers Call for Suspension of Controversial Industry Reforms


Apr 17 - First Branded Pollock Products from Russian Fishery Co. Brought to Russian Retail Chains


Apr 16 - Russian Pollock Producers Ready for Expansion in Brazil


Apr 8 - UK Court to Decide Norebo Fate as Russian Fish Tycoons Battle for Leadership


Apr 5 - VIDEO: NL Snow Crab Quota; Alaska Salmon Forecasts; Pollock Pressure; Trident's Protein Noodles


Apr 4 - Trident's Pollock Protein Noodles Hit Select East Coast Costco Stores


Apr 3 - Russia to Focus on Sea of Okhotsk for Pollock While Also Exploring Other Areas


Mar 29 - Russia Plans to Force More Domestic Processing of Pollock, Crab by Fiat


Mar 25 - LISTEN: Taste Testing Trident's Protein Noodles; The Future of Meal Kits; Plus More News From SENA


Mar 25 - Russian Fish Producer Norebo Plans to Expand Fishing Fleet with 10 New Vessels/Processors


Mar 21 - Russia Plans Catch Increases to Match Soviet-era Harvest Figures


Mar 20 - Trident Seafoods Debuts Versatile 10g Protein Noodles at Seafood Expo North America


Mar 14 - Trident Seafoods Launching 10g Protein Noodles at Boston Seafood Show


Mar 11 - Russian Seafood Industry Could Bear Huge Losses if Kurils Transferred to Japan


Mar 6 - GAPP Launches Wild Alaska Pollock Lent Challenge To Encourage Consumers to Try Wild Alaska Pollock


Mar 1 - Trident Wins Big at Symphony Contest in Juneau


Feb 28 - Trade War with China Continues to Pressure Alaska Pollock Industry


Feb 27 - Bojangles Brings Back BojAngler Fish Sandwich for Lent


Feb 26 - White Castle Brings Back Seafood Crab Cake Slider and Shrimp Nibblers for Lent


Feb 21 - Wendy’s Brings Back North Pacific Cod Sandwich for Lent Despite Pollock Price Difference


Feb 20 - Alaska Fishing Updates for February


Feb 18 - Sysco Adds Portico Classic Wild Alaska Pollock Bites to Cutting Edge Solutions Platform


Feb 18 - Russia Plans Accelerated Research Activities and Construction in Domestic Industry


Feb 7 - GAPP Launches Request for Second Round of Proposals to Build a Brand for Wild Alaska Pollock


Feb 4 - LISTEN: Salmon Analysis; Australis Barramundi in HelloFresh Boxes; GAPP Funding and More


Feb 1 - Del Taco Offering Wild-Caught Alaska Pollock Tacos, Jumbo Shrimp Options


Feb 1 - VIDEO: Trident, True North Receive Funding; Salmon Analysis; SeaShare Partnership; UB Appoints VP


Jan 31 - Russian Fishery Company is First in Line for Pollock Supertrawler Construction


Jan 30 - Trident Seafoods, True North Seafood Receive Funding From GAPP for New Projects


Jan 28 - GAPP Receives Commitment from USDA on Record Purchase of Alaska Pollock


Jan 28 - Russia Considers Adding Pollock, Herring and Cod to 'No History' Quota Auctions This Year


Jan 24 - Pollock "A" season began on schedule Sunday, despite shutdown


Jan 21 - Roughly One-Third of Russia’s Fish Harvest Continues to be Lost or Destroyed


Jan 17 - Despite Predictions, Russian Fisherman Do Not Expect Pollock Decline Over Next 5 Years


Jan 16 - Data on Alaska Fish Catches, Prices, Processor Sales by AK Region


Jan 11 - Alaska Fishing Updates For January 2019


Jan 4 - Del Taco Adds Beer Battered Alaska Pollock Taco to Their New Mix2 Menu


Jan 4 - Alaska Fisheries Report Few Problems So Far From Gov’t Shutdown


Jan 3 - Russia Initiates Plans for Pollock, Crab Harvests in Arctic Seas This Year


Jan 2 - Alaska Fishing Gears Up for 2019


Dec 31 - Russia Plans to Compete with Alaska for Brazilian Pollock Market


Dec 21 - Association of Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers Appoints Craig Morris As New CEO


Dec 17 - Alaska is U.S. Seafood Superpower


Dec 17 - Russian Fishery Company Starts Construction of Russia’s Largest Pollock Processing Plant


Dec 10 - Russia Says Six Pollock Factories Will Aim to Push Chinese Pollock from EU in 2020


Dec 4 - North Pacific Council to Reveal Catch Allocations This Week; Pollock to Increase, Cod is Uncertain


Nov 29 - Tax Dispute Over Vessel Repair Threatens Russian Pollock Season; 200,000 Tons of Fish Could be Lost


Nov 26 - Russia Expects Record Fish Harvests This Year; Salmon Growth Almost Doubles


Nov 21 - Trident’s Protein Noodles Top Winner at Alaska Seafood Contest


Nov 21 - Kuril Islands Resolution with Japan Could Mean Huge Losses for Russian Seafood Industry


Nov 16 - Russian Taxes of 4.8 percent Proposed Across the Board for the Domestic Seafood Industry


Nov 15 - Symphony of Seafood Debuts 10 New Products


Nov 9 - Halibut’s a Wrap But There’s Lots of Fishing Going on Across Alaska


Oct 29 - Russia Introduces New Strategy to Double Fish Export Revenue by 2024


Oct 26 - Russian Pollock Catch to Decline By as Much 20% Over Next 5 Years


Oct 22 - Sea of Okhotsk Pollock Catch Will be More Than 1 million Tons with Improved Fall Fishing


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Putin Launches Operations of Gidrostroy’s New Plant on Shikotan

At the Far East Economic Forum, Russian President Vladimir Putin, alongside, Gidrostroy’s founder and chairman Alexander Verkhovskiy, remotely launched operations for Gidrostroy’s new fish plant on September 4.

The plant located on Shikotan Island in the northern Pacific Ocean will process pollock and pelagic fish. This new plant will further increase Gidrostroy’s impressive production in the country. Annually, the company produces 300 thousand tons of fish, accounting for 30 percent of the total catch in the Sakhalin region.

According to the Federal Agency of Russia for Fisheries...

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Russian Government Stays With Historical Participation for Distribution of Fish Quotas

The Russian federal government has rejected a proposal to distribute fish quotas via auctions instead of on the basis of historical participation in the fishery, according to recent statements an official spokesman of the press-service of the state and industry’s analysts.

Some domestic fishermen and state officials, including the Russian Federal Anti-Monopoly Service, earlier pushed the idea to distribute fish to domestic producers via auction, replacing distribution based on history. The FAS said this scheme would have created conditions for the attraction of additional revenue...

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Fortune, American Seafoods Launch New Wild Alaska Pollock Products

American Seafoods, the world’s largest at-sea processor of Wild Alaska pollock, teamed up with Fortune to launch three new Wild Alaska Pollock products.

The companies announced the release of Perfect Pollock Portions, in a 3.8 or 5.1 oz. variety and Wild Alaska Pollock loins.

The new offerings should appeal to every level of at-home cook. Pollock can be thrown in the oven, tossed on the grill, or prepared in several other ways. American Seafoods highlighted the versatility of pollock in many recipes...

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The Winding Glass: The Trade-War No One Wins

[The Winding Glass is a weekly analysis and opinion column from SeafoodNews Founder John Sackton]

It’s Lucy and the football again, Charlie Brown. For those not familiar with the Charles Schulz comic, every time Lucy holds the football for Charlie Brown to kick, she pulls it away at the last minute, leaving him flat on his back. The joke is that Charlie Brown never stops hoping she won’t pull the ball away, and is always disappointed.

This is exactly the position most of the American business community is in regarding...

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Sergey Darkin Aims to Become Leading Russian Fish Producer in the Years to Come

Sergey Darkin, a well-known Russian fishing tycoon and a former governor of Russia’s Primorsky Territory, plans to make the Nakhodka Base of Active Sea Fisheries (Nakhodkinskaya BAMR) subsidiary the largest fish processor in the Russian Far East within the next several years, according to some sources close to the businessman and some leading Russian analysts in the field of fish business.

As part of these plans, Nakhodkinskaya BAMR has recently launched deep-sea processing of squid, pollock and...

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WATCH: Urner Barry Staff Tries Trident Seafoods' Wild Alaska Pollock Protein Noodles

Trident Seafoods' Protein Noodles, made from Wild Alaska Pollock, have been making headlines for the past few months. The new product, which is packed with 10g of protein, took home first place in the retail category and the Seattle's People's Choice category at the Symphony of Seafood, won the 2019 FABI Award at the National Restaurant Association Show, and was awarded funding from the Association of Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers to help get the product in North American club stores.

Well, after hearing all of the praise for the versatile noodles, Urner Barry's staff had to see what all the fuss was about...

 

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Russian Government Concerned About Decline of Domestic Pollock Processing

The Russian government has sparked concern regarding the decline of pollock processing volumes in the domestic market. The increasing decline has been observed this year despite good figures of catch and stable domestic reserves, according to recent statements made by senior officials of the Russian Ministry of Agriculture and Rosrybolovstvo.

Regarding pollock production, the catch volume in the Sea of Okhotsk region -- a major Russian production base -- amounted to about 840,000 tonnes during the first half of the pollock fishing season this year. That volume accounted for ...

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VIDEO: Gulf of St. Lawrence Closures; Trident & Nancy Fuller; ASMI's Exec Director; Dead Zone

Join SeafoodNews Weekly Video hosts Amanda Buckle and Lorin Castiglione as they discuss the latest Gulf of St. Lawrence fishing closures; Trident's partnership with Food Network star Nancy Fuller; ASMI's new Executive Director; and the Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone.

This week's episode was brought to you by Foreign Trade Data. Reduce uncertainty, minimize risk and uncover opportunities with the only website designed exclusively for the seafood import/ export community.

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Vietnam May Overtake China as the World’s Largest Pollock Processor

China may lose its status as the world’s largest pollock processor in the future -- due primarily to the ever-growing competition from some other countries in the region. One of those countries is Vietnam, say some leading Russian and Korean analysts in the field of fishing.

As Kim Jong-Sok, professor of the South Korean Maritime Institute, said during the IX Far Eastern Russian-Korean Forum, Vietnam will be able to overtake China in terms of the annual volume of pollock processing already in...

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Russia Considering Ban of Foreign-Owned Transport Ships in Domestic Waters

Russian ships specializing on the transportation of domestic fish harvests, could be transferred to domestic jurisdiction. The move is in response to earlier National Border Service demands to stop seafood transportation within the Russian territorial waters by foreign ships.

Last year the Russian Border Service, which is responsible to the Federal Security Service, demanded Russian fishing companies to stop using foreign-owned ships due to the issues of national security.

In accordance with the existing Russian federal law, “On Fisheries and the Conservation of...

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Highly Ironic That Export Award from Gov’t Went to Maine Company Most Hurt by Seafood Tariffs

[The Winding Glass is an opinion and commentary column from SeafoodNews Founder and Publisher John Sackton.]

The danger of an escalating trade war with China for the seafood industry runs on two tracks.  For importers, especially of tilapia, the prospect of a permanent 25% tariff will force a major reshuffling in the category.  Unless the exemption on taxing products from the US processed in China is revoked, other items like pink salmon, twice frozen cod and pollock, and processed flatfish which are...

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Russian Fish Harvests Level Off, Decrease After Years of Consecutive Growth

Russia may be faced with the decline of total fish catch this year after several years of consecutive growth, according to recent statements of some leading Russian fishermen and experts of Rosrybolovstvo.

According to official state statistics, as of May 8, the total fish catch in Russia amounted to 1.78 million tonnes, which is by 1.7% lower than same period last year.

The biggest decline is in the Northern Basin, where total catch amounted to only 179,800 tonnes, which is 33.46% below the 2018 level.

The decline was...

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GAPP Partners With Fishpeople to Promote Meal Kits Featuring Wild Alaska Pollock

The Association of Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers (GAPP) announced on Thursday that they are partnering with Oregon-based seafood company Fishpeople to promote their two new meal kits featuring wild Alaska pollock.

Fishpeople debuted three new flavors of their new Wildly Delicious Seafood Kits at Seafood Expo North America in Boston this past March, including Wild Alaska Pollock with Street Taco Crunch and Wild Alaska Pollock with Shrimp Scampi Crunch. Each kit includes two wild, sustainably-caught fish fillets, a chef-crafted topper...

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Alaska Seafood Industry Snapshot

This is Alaska Fish Radio. I’m Laine Welch - An updated snapshot of Alaska’s seafood industry.

Alaska’s seafood industry puts 60,000 people to work, meaning $1.5 billion in earnings for fishermen on more than 9,000 vessels and workers at 87 large shoreside processing plants.

The seafood industry supports at least $150 million a year in taxes and fees.

And here’s why state budget watchers should care about fish prices:  In 2017, for example, the average dock price per pound for all Alaska seafood was 41 cents. If it had increased by one penny, it would...

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First Branded Pollock Products from Russian Fishery Co. Brought to Russian Retail Chains

The Russian fishery company, which announced its retail brand for 'Alaska' Pollock, Nordeco, last year, has introduced the first retail products to retail chains in Russia.

They will be sold at Caviar and Fish stores in St. Petersburg, and at Samberi stores in Primorsky Krai.

The fish sticks, fillets, and mince products are produced (partly) on RFC vessels, and the processing of the single frozen fillets is done by Espersen, the leading European secondary processor of whitefish.  During processing, the fish is not defrosted...

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UK Court to Decide Norebo Fate as Russian Fish Tycoons Battle for Leadership

Leading Russian fish tycoons Alexander Tugushev and Vitaly Orlov plan to continue a fight for the control over Norebo, the country’s largest fish producer. Norebo holds harvest quotas for more than 400,000 tonnes of fish in domestic territorial waters, according to some sources close to the company and some leading Russian experts in fisheries.

Several days ago Alexander Tugushev, a former partner of Orlov who currently claims a 30% stake in the company, convinced the High Court of London to refer the Norebo dispute...

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GAPP Seeking Wild Alaska Pollock Surimi, Roe Proposals for 3rd Round of Partnership Funding

The Association of Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers (GAPP) is once again seeking out companies that have an innovative new product or channel that they are seeking to place Wild Alaska Pollock in.

Earlier this year the GAPP Board of Directors approved $1 million in funding for the second round of the North American Partnership Program. Now, the Association is searching for proposals for the third round of funding.

"We are thrilled to be able to partner with even more companies to continue to...

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Alaska Fishing Updates for August 2019

Alaska’s salmon catches range from the ridiculous at places like Southeast and Chignik – to the sublime at Bristol Bay.

The statewide harvest by yesterday was nearing 105 million salmon, more than half  - 53 million – are sockeyes. Of that, 43 million of the reds are from Bristol Bay, the second largest catch in its history. Most processors have now posted a base price of $1.35 for Bay sockeyes, not including nice bonuses for chilling, bleeding and more.

The statewide pink catch so far has just topped 40 million...

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Russia Plans Production Increases, Diversification of Seafood Exports this Year

Russia plans a significant increase and diversification of its fish and seafood exports this year, paying a particular attention to some far-abroad nations, according to recent statements of some leading Russian fishermen and senior officials of the Russian Federal Agency of Fisheries (Rosrybolovstvo).

According to latest data provided by Rosrybolovstvo, fish exports out of Russia over the past five years have increased by 400,000 tonnes in volume and $1.8 billion USD in value. Traditionally, the biggest exports were observed in frozen fish, such as pollock and...

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Despite Higher Tariffs, the U.S. May Still Turn to China for Processed Seafood

According to American media, the country’s plan to raise tariffs on Chinese commodities has taken a toll on bilateral trading and also its seafood industry. Some industry participants in the U.S. are worried and have called on the government to stop the action that is expected to increase the costs of local processed seafood.

Within the past two decades, China has been playing a leading role in processing seafood. Large quantities of seafood like fish have been sent from the U.S. to China for processing...

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UrnerBarry's Summer 2019 Reporter Issue Released; Read It Online For Free Now

reporterA brand-new issue of UrnerBarry's Reporter is out now! The Summer 2019 issue is the annual market analysis edition, and just like previous years, the magazine is jam-packed with need-to-know information.

On the seafood side of things check out analysis pieces on the….

Shrimp Market: U.S. imports record volume of shrimp in 2018, prices feel pressure

Lobster Market: Life after the 25% Chinese tariff

King and Snow Crab Markets: King crab down 17% at retail; Unprecedented spread between...

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The Winding Glass: We Need a New Magnuson Act to Deal with Climate Change Impacts on Fisheries

[The Winding Glass is an opinion and commentary column from SeafoodNews Founder and Publisher John Sackton.]

50 years ago fisheries were in crisis.  The prevailing international law allowed no national control of ocean activities beyond 12 miles.  

Similar fishing situations were occurring around other coastal nations. 

The key features of the Magnuson-Stevens Act passed in 1976 were regional councils,  the best available science, and to involve all stakeholders in the council and decision-making process.

Today we are facing a new crisis...

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Trident Seafoods Partners with Food Network Star Nancy Fuller

Food Network star Nancy Fuller is the new brand ambassador for Trident's Louis Kemp brand Crab Delights.

Trident Seafoods announced the partnership with the star of "Farmhouse Rules" on Thursday, revealing that the move is part of their effort to connect "healthy and easy-to-prepare seafood with current food and lifestyle trends." And Fuller is wasting no time in making that connection. Those that visit the Louis Kemp website can find Fuller's 5-minute "Easy Breezy Crab Dip" recipe, or her "Red, White & BBQ Pizza" recipe...

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How Much U.S. Seafood is Imported? New Paper Challenges Conventional Thinking

Story note: Max Mossler studied environmental perception & policy in grad school. He thinks a lot about how other people think about the planet. He is the managing editor at Sustainable Fisheries UW.

According to the latest science, 35-38% of seafood consumed in the U.S. is produced domestically, meaning 62-65% is imported.

The commonly quoted statistic that “90% of seafood consumed in the United States is imported” is out of date and should stop being cited. In this post, I explain the origins of the 90% myth...

 

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Russia Facing Drop in Domestic Pollock Consumption in Near Future

Russia may be faced with a significant drop in the domestic consumption of pollock within the next several years, according to recent statements of some senior state officials from the Russian Ministry of Agriculture and independent experts in the field of fishing. The forecast decrease is primarily due to the ever-growing prices for it in the local market.

In recent years, prices for pollock in Russia have significantly increased and currently continue to grow, despite the country being one of the world’s leading producer...

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Trident Accepts FABI Award at National Restaurant Association Show for 10g Protein Noodles

Trident Seafoods has picked up yet another award for their new 10g Protein Noodles. Earlier this week John Salle, SVP of Marketing and Innovation at Trident Seafoods, accepted the National Restaurant Association Show's 2019 FABI Award on behalf of the company for their the 10g Protein Noodles, which are made from Wild Alaska Pollock.

Every year the National Restaurant Association Show honors the year's "most delicious, unique, and exciting food and beverage products that benefit restaurant operators and consumers." Trident was just one of the companies...

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VIDEO: COS Aquaculture Commitment; GAPP Partnerships; Plant-Based Trends; MLMC's Executive Director

Join SeafoodNews Weekly Recap co-hosts Lorin Castiglione and Amanda Buckle as they talk about Chicken of the Sea's responsible aquaculture commitment; GAPP's new partnerships; plant-based trends in Canada; and the MLMC's new Executive Director.

This video is brought to you by Urner Barry. Urner Barry is headed to Brussels for Seafood Expo Global, the world's largest seafood trade fair, taking place from May 7-9. Visit us at booth 6-842 to buy posters and books. Plus, catch demos of Urner Barry's Comtell and...

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The Winding Glass: If Your Only Tool is Anti-Trust, Everything Looks Like Price Fixing

This week Euclid fish launched a US class action price-fixing suit against the major salmon companies.

Over the past several years, we have seen several major price fixing or anti-trust cases.  The one that has legs is the tuna price-fixing case, in which a conspiracy to control competition and limit discounts was discovered by the Dept. of Justice, and the three companies involved all pled guilty.

Several tuna executives have pled guilty as well, and currently, Chris Lischewski, former CEO of Bumble Bee...

 

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Russian Fish Producers Call for Suspension of Controversial Industry Reforms

Leading Russian fish producers have called on the national government to suspend the conduction of further controversial reforms in the national seafood industry in coming years. They're also asking the government to provide guarantees of immunity to their business, according to recent statements of industry representatives.

According to fishermen, the industry situation in recent years has significantly improved, which was reflected by the increase in its transparency and profitability. In addition, the overall debt burden of the industry has also declined, while the volume of tax payments, in contrast...

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Russian Pollock Producers Ready for Expansion in Brazil

Leading Russian pollock producers, together with the domestic fish authorities, have confirmed their earlier announced plans for the beginning of a massive expansion into the Latin American region within the next several years.

As part of these plans, a particular attention will be paid for the increase of pollock exports, including value-added products, to the Brazilian market, where the demand for whitefish has significantly increased in recent years.

According to earlier statements of Alexey Bulgak, the vice-president of the Russian Pollock Association (ADM), the consumption...

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