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Christine Blank, freelance business writer and editor, reporting for SFB from the World Aquaculture Societyâ??s Aquaculture America in Orlando, Fla.

Organic aquaculture standards are still a year or more away, said George Lockwood, chairman of the U.S. Department of Agricultureâ??s National Organic Program Aquaculture Working Group, at this weekâ??s Aquaculture America 2008 in Orlando, Fla..

While the Working Group and the National Organic Standards Board have been developing organic...

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The International Pacific Halibut Commission yesterday recommended a 7.3 percent cut in the 2008 halibut quota, bringing the total allowable catch to 60.4 million pounds. Last year’s quota was 65.1 million pounds.

The announcement was made at the commission’s annual meeting in Portland, Ore. In December, the commission recommended a 10 percent cut in the halibut quota, to 59.24 million pounds. The regulations for the 2008 halibut fishery will become official once approved by the Canadian and...

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Trans-Ocean Products of Bellingham, Wash., will launch a national consumer advertising campaign for its Crab Classic brand of surimi seafood, beginning with spots in the February issues of five leading women’s magazines.

The February issues of Women’s Day, Good Housekeeping, Better Homes & Gardens, Family Circle and Ladies Home Journal will feature the ads, which promote Crab Classic as “Today’s Healthy Catch.” Including a recipe and coupon, the ads will reach an estimated 20...

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Trans-Ocean Products of Bellingham, Wash., announced Wednesday that it will close its 56,000-square-foot surimi processing plant in Salem, Ore., by July 1. The company will consolidate all of its surimi-processing assets at its Bellingham facility.

Trans-Ocean President Rick Dutton said in a press release yesterday that the closure’s purpose is to improve efficiency and reduce costs.

“Consolidating production at one plant will streamline our operations and position Trans-Ocean for continued...

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