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Welcome to the new SeafoodSource, your global source for seafood industry news. We've relaunched the site and the SeafoodSource News daily newsletter, which both have an updated, clean design that puts all of the site's elements at your fingertips.

The new design emphasizes commentaries from our entire editorial staff, who bring more than 30 years of industry experience to the table. You'll also see the Supplier Directory, Market Reports, webinars, From the Source and other premium content that you've come to rely on over the years.

Readers viewing the site on a smartphone should immediately see changes, as the website is now fully optimized for all mobile devices. Need to look at the news and analysis on the run? We've got you covered!

As with any product upgrade, there are some minor snags and new features to get used to. If you're viewing the site with your browser set to a magnification larger than 100 percent, make sure your screen view is at 100 percent; if you've increased the screen view it may switch to a mobile device view.

With 80,000 unique visitors monthly and 36,000 newsletter subscribers, our audience continues to grow and there may be a few more wrinkles to the new site that need to be ironed out.

I hope you enjoy the new design as much as I do! SeafoodSource welcomes your
industry-related news and feedback, please send to: editor@seafoodsource.com.

In other news, Seafood Barcelona launches today and you can look forward to coverage from the show floor from Assistant Editor April Forristall and contributing writer Pilar Caride.

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seaweb-seafood-summit-circleSeaWeb Seafood Summit

9-11 February 2015
New Orleans, Louisiana

The SeaWeb Seafood Summit brings together global representatives from the seafood industry with leaders from the conservation community, academia, government, and the media for in-depth discussions, presentations, and networking around the issue of sustainable seafood. Read More