Cliff White

Cliff White

Executive Editor

Cliff White is the executive editor of SeafoodSource. He has 15 years of experience as a professional journalist, including serving as the senior business reporter for the McClatchy-owned Centre Daily Times in State College, Pennsylvania, where he won state and national awards for his coverage of the development of the Marcellus Shale natural gas deposit and the Jerry Sandusky scandal. 

Published on
May 12, 2022

Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.-based Trident Seafoods has announced plans to replace its seafood-processing plant in Akutan, Alaska, with a new facility to be located in the Aleutian Islands ... 

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May 12, 2022

Pilchowo, Poland-based Nord Capital continues to grow its market share in its home market.

The owner of the Family Fish brand, the company’s products – including fish fingers, fish burgers, and ready-to-eat meals – are ubiquitous in Poland’s supermarkets …

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May 11, 2022

Gulf of Mexico commercial-fishing groups have filed suit against the U.S. government, alleging a reallocation of red grouper catch shares illegally favors the recreational-fishing sector.

The lawsuit, filed Friday, 6 May, challenges the National Marine Fisheries Service’s implementation of Amendment 53, which was announced on Monday, 2 May and which is set to come into effect 1 June, 2022. The new rule amends the fishery management

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May 10, 2022

Mick McMahon, the CEO of Darwin, Australia-based Seafarms Group, has resigned after nixing the company’s planned AUD 1.45 billion (USD 1.1 billion, EUR 941 million) shrimp-farming project.

The so-called Project Sea Dragon, which called for the company to develop facilities to grow up to 180,000 metric tons of black tiger shrimp annually, was deemed not viable in a review of the project led by McMahon.

McMahon’s resignation was

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May 9, 2022

Teaming up and working together has paid off for Reunion Réunimer, a group of seafood companies based on La Reunion, a French island in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Madagascar ... 

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May 6, 2022

A reallocation of the Gulf of Mexico red grouper catch limits has angered the region’s commercial fishing sector, which stands to lose a sizeable portion of its share of the catch to recreational anglers.

Amendment 53, which was announced by NOAA on Monday, 2 May, and which will go into effect 1 June, 2022, amends the fishery management plan for reef fish resources in the Gulf of Mexico so that the allocation of the red grouper catch to

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May 5, 2022

Doner kebab is one of the world’s great snack foods, but despite the cooking method working for diverse proteins such as lamb, beef, and chicken, fish has missed out on the party, as it is too flaky to survive doner’s hallmark rotisserie-style cooking method …

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May 4, 2022

Ketchum Manufacturing occupies a singular place in the seafood industry.

The Brockville, Ontario, Canada-based firm is a manufacturer of custom printed labels and tags, and according to owner Jason Baker has worked with the seafood industry for more than 30 years for both foodservice and retail products including salmon, lobster, sea bass, sea bream, and halibut, among others. It now has a client list that includes Cooke, Wester Ross, Creative

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May 3, 2022

Despite concentrating on different parts of the seafood marketplace, a common theme unites the two winners of the grand prizes of the 2022 Seafood Excellence Awards, presented 26 April at Seafood Expo Global in Barcelona, Spain.

Dreaming up and then actually creating products never seen before in the seafood marketplace takes both organizational prioritization and individual devotion beyond the normal call of duty, according to Pescanova

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May 2, 2022

Cellular-based seafood firms were able to raise nearly twice as much money in 2021 as they did a year earlier, and investments continue to flow into cultivated seafood firms in 2022 ...

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