Tue. Jan 31 2023

Planet Based Foods Now Found in Major Southwestern Grocery Retailer


Steve Tippmann Retires After 36 Years with Tippmann Group; John Tippmann III to Fill Role


Seafood Tops Kroger’s Food Trends Prediction List for 2023


SEA-NL Schedules Election For New President


BioMar, Benson Hill Announce Collaboration for High-Performance Aquafeed Formulation


Three Rescued From Sinking Commercial Fishing Vessel Near Pascagoula, Mississippi


SeafoodNews.com Summary Tuesday, January 31


Mon. Jan 30 2023

The Winding Glass: Kodiak Crab Strike Has Ended, But It Is A Sign Of Disputes To Come This Spring  


U.S. and Canada Reach One-Year Accord on Pacific Halibut, Catch Limits Down 10% in 2023


PODCAST: Oregon Crab Update; Valentine’s Day Spending and More  


Russia Ready for Increase of Shrimp Catch in 2023  


Seafood Shines on JD.com During Chinese New Year Holiday  


Jeff Loder Named New Executive Director of the Association of Seafood Producers


Amazon Raises Fees For Free Delivery Of Groceries Online


SeafoodNews.com Summary Monday, January 30


Fri. Jan 27 2023

Crab Season Finally Opens on Oregon's Southern Coast  


Seafood Expo Global 2023 Sells More Exhibit Space Than 2022


Japan: November Air Cargo Imports Down 30% in Volume, Up Less Than 10% in Value


Ecuador: 2,000 Pounds of Shrimp Stolen From Fishing Boat by Organized Crime Gangs  


McDonald's President: California Keeps Looking for Ways to Raise Prices, Drive Away More Businesses


TGI Fridays New Three-Course Feast Menu Brings All the Friday Feels Without Breaking the Bank


SeafoodNews.com Summary Friday, January 27


NRF: Valentine’s Day Spending to Soar Past 2022 to $26 Billion


Thu. Jan 26 2023

VIDEO: Oregon Crab Season; Santa Monica Seafood; NOAA Denies Request


New England Fishery Management Council Presents 2022 Award for Excellence to Maggie Raymond


Russia Refused to Negotiate with Japan on Catching Fish on the Kuriles Islands


38 North Korean and Chinese Fishing Boats Entered Yamatotai in Japan's EEZ In 2022


Kikka Sushi Launches New Vegan Line of Products


Plant Based Seafood Company The Ish Company Raises More Than $5 Million in Seed Funding


Registration Open For Second Annual Global Shrimp Forum  


SeafoodNews.com Summary Thursday, January 26


Wed. Jan 25 2023

SeafoodNews.com Summary Wednesday, January 25


NRA: “Potential Warning Sign” For Restaurants As Sales Trended Lower Towards End Of 2022


Report: “No statistically Relevant Association” Regarding Sea Lice and Production of Farmed Salmon  


Nothing Can Stop The Return of Lobsterfest At Red Lobster  


NEFMC Executive Director to Retire After 25-Year Stint with Council


Irish Minister: National Inshore Fishermen’s Association Named EU Producer Organization


StarKist Named One of BrandSpark’s Most Trusted Consumer Products


Steakholder Foods Achieves 50x Yield in Cell Production Using a Filtration System


Russian Frozen King Crab Half Price, Tsukiji Kanisho Securing 1,000 Tons  


The Retail Rundown: How Do Plant-Based Meat Sales Fare at Retail?


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Russian Mollusk Producers on Verge of Serious Losses

Leading Russian seafood producers may face serious losses in the short term due to the recently announced state plans for a significant increase in taxes.

The largest problems will be observed in the mollusks segment where tax rates are expected to grow by 6-7 times in the month.

According to the Russian Kommersant business paper, so far some of Russia’s leading seafood and mollusks producers have warned regulators about a possible suspension of their operations due to lower profitability.

As a result, according to a producer...

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