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High-Stakes Debate Over Jones Act Third Proviso Today in Anchorage Federal Court

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Maryland Seafood Company, Owner Plead Guilty to Visa Fraud

Future Looks Bright for Ecuadorian Shrimp in China  

Alaska Salmon Catches Come in 15% Higher Overall Than Projected  

Louisiana Nets $4.2 Million Through Seafood Processors Pandemic Response and Safety Block Grant

Iceland Seafood International to Enter Spain Retail Market Through Latest Acquisition  

Governments Must Seize Opportunities of a ‘Blue Food Revolution’ Summary Friday, September 17

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Thu. Sep 16 2021

Fire Breaks Out at Atlantic Sapphire Denmark Facility; All Fish Expected to Be Lost  

Senate Passes Driftnet Modernization and Bycatch Reduction Act, Again

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Alaska Fishing Updates, September  

July Hokkaido Surimi Production Down 33%, Imports Up 3.2% Y-on-Y

Aquaculture Leaders Honor Dan Swecker, Fish Farming Pioneer and “True Statesman"

Rabobank: Offshore Aquaculture Has Potential for Growth

Scoular Debuts New Encompass Brand for Fishmeal Business

This Week in Retail: Heat Lingers, but Grocers Look Towards Fall Demand Summary Thursday, September 16

Wed. Sep 15 2021

July Domestic Shrimp Landings Lowest Since 2010 Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill  

Tanner Crab Coming on Strong in the GOA, 2022 Fishery Looks Likely in Several Regions  

COVID-19 Spirals Upward in Alaska: Outbreak in Adak, Hospitals Overwhelmed Throughout State

Routine Coast Guard Patrol Discovers Chinese Warships Near Aleutians

Nova Austral Hit With $1.5 Million Fine for Concealing Fish Mortality Information

Global Seafood Alliance Rebranding Complete, New Identity Unveiled

The Pandemic Lifted Average Retail Spending Per Shopping Occasion, Reports NPD

Bakkafrost to Invest $985 Million in Growth, Scottish Operation Improvements  

Nature Conservancy’s Use of Satlink on Tuna Vessels Show EM Beats Logbooks

Atlantic Natural Foods Presents Their Reformulated TUNO Seafood Alternative

Business Coalition, NFI Back Ocean Shipping Reform Act Summary Wednesday, September 15

Tue. Sep 14 2021

The Winding Glass: Destabilized Supply Chain Here to Stay

Crisis in the North Pacific: Bering Sea Snow Crab Stocks Fall Sharp and Fast  

USDA Seeking Offers to Sell Frozen Wild Shrimp  

AquaMaof Signs Memorandum of Cooperation With Russia’s Federal Agency for Fishery  

Coast Guard Rescues 3 and a Dog After Fishing Vessel Sinks Off Oregon

NOAA Appoints Kelly Kryc as Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Fisheries

Modern Plant-Based Foods Starts New Division for Modern Plant-Based Seafood

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Mon. Sep 13 2021

Fish Factor: Bering Sea Crab Stocks Take Substantial Dip  

US District Attorney Fires Back at American Seafoods: No Restraining Order Against CBP  

Processing Plants in China Face Hindrances in Product Delivery

Salmon Mortality Event Confirmed at Mowi Marine Harvest Atlantic Canada Site  

ANALYSIS: Snow Crab Market Remains Flat Amid Record Import Volume  

Pacifico Aquaculture Names Gustavo Araya Guzman as VP of Farming Ops

August Sales of Fresh Imported Tuna at Toyosu Market Fell 25% Compared to 2020 Summary Monday, September 13

Healing Fish Skins Get Third Grant for US Military Usages

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JAPAN: Hokkaido Surimi Production Keeps Decreasing, but Brisk Sales in February

The National Surimi Manufacturers Association announced on March 25 that the February production of land-based surimi produced in Hokkaido continued to be sluggish. Shipments were favorable, and inventory at the end of the month further decreased. It was the second-lowest inventory level since 2010.

According to the announcement, Alaska pollock surimi production in February was 494 tons, down 29.1% from the same month of the previous year. Atka mackerel surimi tripled to 10 tons. The total, combined with a...

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