Blue Star Foods’ low stock price forces Nasdaq reckoning

Feeding salmon at the Taste of BC Aquafarms facility owned by Blue Star Foods.

Blue Star Foods faces delisting from the Nasdaq Stock Exchange if the price of its stock doesn’t rise above USD 1.00 (EUR 0.95) in the next six months.

The Miami, Florida, U.S.A.-based seafood company, which trades in imported seafood – primarily crab – and operates recirculating aquaculture systems growing soft-shell crab and salmon, received a notice letter from the exchange warning the company ...

Photo courtesy of Blue Star Foods

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