As this is written, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of seafood managers and clerks setting creative seafood displays across North America this morning. The creativity of the seafood display is the first thing to lure shoppers to take aClick to read more»
It has been 3 years since the Deepwater Horizon disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, and as many of you know, the seafood industry took a hard hit. Businesses in the area are still suffering from major financial losses. You may alsoClick to read more»
Snippets from Down Under - Australia politician to introduce food label bill
An election is looming in Australia — it had to be some time this year but strangely the person heading the Australian Government had a strange logic when announcing the date very early. Whether that was so they did notClick to read more»
EMS or AHPNS has been identified as a bacterial disease with a toxin component. It appears to be that a strain of Vibrio parahaemolyticus is the cause and the toxin is phage mediated. What does this mean, how does itClick to read more»
I have never insisted that people watch Greenpeace videos. Usually they’re hyperbole filled fundraising pitches or violent cartoon animations, but the latest eye opening creation is simply too good to pass up. Therefore, I implore you to watch this video.Click to read more»
These days New England groundfish fishermen are on quite a roller coaster ride.
First, a week ago, we learned that the loudest voice behind the catastrophic (for the Northeast) catch shares system, NOAA chief Jane Lubchenco, will be stepping downClick to read more»
FDAImports.com - The two things FDA constantly tests for in imported shrimp
Benjamin England & Rick Quinn
America’s love for shrimp is no secret. In fact, Americans consume more shrimp than any other seafood product. A vast majority of the shrimp we consume is imported and last year the United States imported 1.27 billion pounds of shrimpClick to read more»
Dmitry Fedotov - Russia’s pollock catch increases, demand flat
During the first half of 2012 more than 216 thousand MT of fish and seafood was caught in the Sakhalin Kuril region, and catches of pollock showed a notable increase compared to 2011, particularly in North Kuril region.
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Mary Smith looks at how seafood companies are using Facebook to liven up their product promotion and marketing.
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Ed Cassano discusses the growing movement to transform seafood markets to support sustainably-produced seafood.
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Izetta Chambers blogs about a new seafood waste processing plant that will be constructed in Sitka, Alaska and other less expensive uses for salmon byproducts.Click to read more»
Whit Richardson blogs about the choices fish farms make to operate sustainably, or not.Click to read more»
Hooking the Consumer - Gulf oil spill's impact on seafood industry
Dave Ewing shares his thoughts on the recent Gulf oil spill and its impact on Gulf fisheries.Click to read more»
Seafood Events News - Are you thinking of the future seafood buyer?
Mary Larkin looks at a study of the next generation of seafood buyers and their influence at trade shows.Click to read more»