Mon. Oct 21 2019

ANALYSIS: Seafood Items Swimming Upstream in October  


LISTEN: NOAA's Report on Recovering Endangered Species; Seafood Makes You Smarter and More


Large Players Purchase Majority of Quota During Russian Crab Auctions  


Though Profits Look Grim on Paper, Guolian has Rosy Prospects


Coast Guard Medevacs Man from Alaska Ocean Vessel 15 miles West of Coos Bay  


Maine Announces Opening of Scallop License Lottery  


Canadian Seafood Company, Owner Pleads Guilty to Illegal Importing Fish into U.S.


Fri. Oct 18 2019

NOAA Fisheries Releases Report to Congress on Recovering Threatened and Endangered Species 2017-2018


Rioting in Ecuador Hinders Shrimp Exports, Affecting Chinese Markets  


VIDEO: Seafood Makes You Smart; Climate-Ready Fisheries Act; Aquaculture Management; Anchovies  


CA Congressman Huffman Introduces The Salmon FISH Act  


Recaps of AK Salmon Fishery by Region  


New Seasoned Shrimp Line Launched by Pacific Seafood  


Cod or Haddock? UMass Amherst Taste Test Looks at ‘Name Bias’ and Fisheries Sustainability  


Research off New England Finds Promising Habitat for Blue Mussel Farms


Mical Seafood Expands Tuna Recall Due to Possible Scombroid Poisoning  


Thai Union Creates Venture Fund for Innovation in Food Technology


Melting Permafrost Shown to Release Mercury in Arctic Areas


Gulf Menhaden Fishery Achieves MSC Certification  


New Aqua Feed Ingredient Verified For Sale In Europe


Interactive Tool Looks at Environmental and Social Performance of Global Seafood Production


SeafoodNews.com Summary Friday, October 18


Thu. Oct 17 2019

Seafood Does Make You Smart: New Study Links Consumption to Higher IQ in Children


Sen. Cantwell Urges NOAA to Better Manage Fish Farming, Citing 2017 Salmon Spill in Puget Sound


Genetic Evidence Points to Large-scale PCod Migration North in Bering Sea


Scientists: Hawai'i Swordfish Fishery Has No Discernable Impact on Sea Turtle Populations  


Fishermen Use Electronic Reporting in Real Time to Help Understand Ocean Ecosystem


Cooke Aquaculture to Pay $156k to Fund Maine Salmon Restoration Project Following Violations  


Science Means Lower Herring Harvests in the Gulf of Georgia  


Russian King Crab Seizes a Greater Market Share in China  


AquaMaof Reveals Land-Based R&D Facility for Shrimp Production  


Government Urging Fishermen to Remove Gear from non-UK Waters with Brexit Looming


Seafood Industry Responds to “Fishing for Catastrophe Report”


SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, October 17


Wed. Oct 16 2019

Invasive Fresh Water Plant Eradication Important to Protect Salmon Watersheds, ISER Study Says  


New Data Makes Case for Anchovy Abundance as Oceana Lawsuit Continues  


Inland Seafood Joins Distributor Group Sea Pact   


Climate Change Impacts on Fisheries Gains Traction in U.S. House of Representatives


Fishing Update, October 2019


Russia May Propose Revision to Existing US-USSR Maritime Border Agreement  


FSU Researchers Examine Trends in Global Aquaculture


Universities Leading Research to Develop Tools to Support East Coast Oyster Aquaculture  


Coast Guard Rescues 2 After Boat Collision Northwest of Dry Tortugas


SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, October 16


Tue. Oct 15 2019

The Winding Glass: With China Gaining Bigger Seafood Footprint, US Market Losing Control of Pricing   


ANALYSIS: Stone Crab Season Kicks-off on October 15  


Ocean Acidification Updates for Alaska Board of Fisheries


Danish Land-based Salmon Farm Nominated for “Star of Innovation” Award 2019


ICL Planning to Expand in the Plant-based Meat Market


SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, October 15


After Fire, Captain D's Reopens 70th Alabama Location


First RAS Coho Salmon Farm Earns BAP Certification  


FishServe Welcome Kerry Prendergast to the Board


Mon. Oct 14 2019

SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, October 14


EPA Settles Clean Air Violations Charges with Starkist at Tuna Plant in Samoa


New York Sues U.S. Dept. of Commerce Over Fluke Allocation


Coast Guard Offering Marine Safety Classes for Commercial Fishermen


The Road to New COMTELL: Development Blog #2


Listen: Bering Sea Crab Quotas; NPFMC Observer Program; Invasive Green Crabs and More  


Dungeness Catches Double at Kodiak  


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Cromaris Obtains Certification for 100% of its Seabass, Seabream and Meagre Farms

Cromaris, a leading producer of Mediterranean whitefish based in Croatia, has become the first producer to obtain Aquaculture Stewardship Council certification for all of its seabass, seabream and meagre farms.

Cromaris has applied and successfully obtained ASC certification for all five of its farms, certified by the independent auditor DNV GL Business Assurance Norway. The producer has also attained Chain of Custody certification for its processing facility. CoC certification ensures that ASC seafood is properly handled and kept separate from non-certified food throughout the supply chain ...

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