Critically endangered North Atlantic right whales have begun a summer return to the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, and their travel can be tracked by the fishery closures and seafood processing plant layoffs they’re leaving in their wake… Read More
A value chain management workshop for Caribbean seafood was held at the Hilton Trinidad, in late May, to encourage innovation in the fisheries sector.
Coordinated by the Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism (CRFM), in partnership with… Read More
Bristol Bay, Alaska’s sockeye salmon season opens 1 June, and the annual guessing game on how much processors will pay per pound is underway. The mood seems to be one of cautious optimism, as indicators point to last season’s strong price holding… Read More
Red carpets and Alaskan Airlines Boeing jets painted with sockeye salmon livery welcomed the first shipment of Copper River salmon from Cordova, Alaska, U.S.A. to Seattle’s Tacoma International Airport last week.
Prices for Copper River salmon are expected to… Read More
More should have been done to investigate the deaths of three at-sea fisheries observers in 2015 and 2015, according to a newly released report commissioned by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric… Read More
Farmed Atlantic salmon prices in the first-quarter of this year increased to the levels seen towards the end of 2017 in all major markets, although they remained lower than the record highs seen a year previously, according to Marine Harvest.
In its Q1 2018 trading statement, the salmon producer stated that in local currencies, the average price paid for salmon in Europe in Q1 2018 decreased by 14.1 percent year-on-year to EUR 6.25 (USD 7.35)… Read More