Thu. Jan 17 2019

East Coast Seafood Consolidation of Groton Facility Comes from Years of Planning, Company Says  


Government Shutdown Costing Fishing Industry Millions; Some Damage is Irreversible


Kodiak Tanners Open After 24 Hour Weather Delay  


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


San Diego Hotel Launches Sea-to-Dining Experience Focusing on Local Seafood Trend


Charoen Pokphand to Double Number of Fishmeal Plants Meeting IFFO Responsible Sourcing Standard


Champion Petfoods, Featuring Wild-Caught, Sustainable Fish, Coming to Petco Stores  


Online Grocery Company GrubMarket Acquires Chasin Foods as Part of West Coast Expansion


SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, January 17


Wed. Jan 16 2019

$9 shore price in southwestern Nova Scotia creates lobster season ‘bottleneck’


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


Fisheries Council of Canada Launches Future Leaders Program in Cooperation with NFI


Chicken of the Sea Frozen Foods, Monterey Bay Aquarium Announce Sri Lankan Blue Swimming Crab Rating  


New York Files Suit over fluke allocations highlighting issue of fish moving due to cimate change  


Film Chronicles Changes in Indonesia’s Fish Management, Highlights ‘One-by-one’ Tuna Fishery  


Coast Guard Formalizes Investigation into F/V Mary B II Capsizing  


Ocean Beauty’s Echo Falls Brand Launches 3 New Smoked Salmon Products  


Bumble Bee Foods, FCF Fishery Co. and Ocean Outcomes Launch FIPs in Key Albacore Fisheries  


Canada Food Inspection Agency Launches New Food Safety Regulations


Hawaii Seafood Exporter Signs Agreement With TNC to Help Save Snapper, Grouper Fishery  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, January 16


Tue. Jan 15 2019

Washington State Permit Holders and Crew Land Largest Share of AK Fisheries


Washington Commission Supports WDFW's Attention to Orcas' Needs in Crafting Salmon Seasons  


NFI Crab Council Releases Statement on Fishery Improvement Progress in Sri Lanka  


Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute Executive Director Applications Due This Friday


Captain D's Opens New Restaurant in Orlando


SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, January 15


Mon. Jan 14 2019

East Coast Closes Garbo Lobster Facility in Connecticut, Possible Consequence of China Tariffs  


No Delay in Bering Sea Groundfish Opener, Despite Government Shutdown


China's online seafood giants look more to physcal stores as competition intensifies  


ANALYSIS: November and December 2018 Shrimp Import Projections  


LISTEN: Chicken of the Sea International’s Partial Settlement; Government Shutdown Updates and More


Deaths of Three Dungeness Fishermen Bring Mourning, Aid for Families


SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, January 14


Fri. Jan 11 2019

Alaska Fishing Updates For January 2019  


Coast Guard Issues Update to Workforce on Government Shutdown as Payday Approaches


VIDEO: Industry Mourns Crab Fishermen; FDA Update; Mazzetta’s New Shrimp Line and More  


“Trash Fish” and Vegetable-Forward Menus a Hot Trend for 2019


BioMar Announces New VP of Salmon Division, New Managing Director in Norway  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Friday, January 11


Thailand’s CP Foods Announces Sustainable Packaging Policy


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Univ. of Texas Finds Gulf Fish Spawning Not Impacted by Hurricanes

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [SeafoodNews] by John Sackton – November 8, 2018

New research published by the University of Texas marine science institute has found that the major hurricanes that have been hitting the Gulf of Mexico do not disrupt fish spawning patterns.

Christopher Biggs and a team of scientists from the University of Texas Marine Science Institute (and the University of Florida discovered that spotted seatrout kept spawning in late August 2017, even as the eye of Hurricane Harvey passed overhead, bringing with it windspeeds of up to 134 miles per hour and a storm surge of 8-10 feet....

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