Cowansville, Quebec, Canada-based Gosselin Smokehouses is recalling its Gosselin Smokehouses brand Maple Smoked Salmon in Quebec due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination ...
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The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded seafood suppliers in the U.S. state of Louisiana nearly USD 25 million (EUR 22 million) worth of wild-catch shrimp contracts under its Section 32 program ...
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Ready Seafood, one of the largest lobster wholesalers in the U.S., is debuting the first of several value-added lobster products.
Saco, Maine-based Ready is rolling out frozen Ready Brothers Mini Lobster Grilled Cheese Sandwich appetizers. Made with fresh claw and knuckle lobster meat, the new product will first launch in Giant Eagle grocery stores in November.
Ready Seafood Director of Business Development Jack Lombard told SeafoodSource his… Read More
Plant-based seafood analog firms in Sweden and Ireland have nabbed major investments.
Stockholm, Sweden-based Hooked Foods, producer of plant-based tuna alternative Toonish, raised EUR 3.8 million (USD 4.4 million), which it said it will use to accelerate its product innovation and international expansion. Investors include Brightly Ventures, Oyster Bay Venture Capital, and Swedish pop star Danny Saucedo.
“The funds will chiefly be used to… Read More
To celebrate the record-setting wild salmon fishing season in Bristol Bay, Alaska, several Washington, D.C., U.S.A. restaurants are featuring salmon from the area this week.
From 20 through 24 September, select Washington, D.C. restaurants are participating in the second Bristol Bay Salmon Week, sponsored by the Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association.
Bristol Bay is home to the world’s… Read More
The latest in a long line of transportation snags affecting the seafood industry is gridlock at ports in the U.S. state of California, which has created supply chain woes for importers of products from China and other major seafood-supplying nations.
A record-breaking 73 ships were waiting at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach on 20 September, according to the Marine Exchange of Southern California, per The Wall Street Journal, with… Read More