North America

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May 15, 2018

Controversy is mounting over the Canadian government’s decision to reallocate a portion of  the quota for the Arctic surf clam fishery

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Steve Bittenbender

Published on
May 11, 2018

This is the time of year when commercial fishermen in South Carolina prepare for the start of the upcoming shrimp season. However, an abnormally cold winter has put the brakes on that, at least temporarily

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Cliff White

Published on
May 11, 2018

Achim Eichenlaub is the CEO of Singapore-based Regal Springs Tilapia, which produces premium tilapia at farms in Mexico, Honduras, and Indonesia. SeafoodSource interviewed Eichenlaub on 26 April at the 2018 Seafood Expo Global in Brussels, Belgium.

SeafoodSource: How would you describe your company’s performance and progress in

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Chris Chase

Published on
May 4, 2018

A poor winter on the east coast of the United States and increasing demand has caused lobster prices to increase significantly

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Chris Chase

Published on
May 2, 2018

The doubling in price of 5 to 7 ounce pangasius fillets imported to the United States has led to an increase in pollock sales

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Jewel Fraser

Published on
May 1, 2018

The Bahamas wants to double its annual seafood exports to around USD 200  million (EUR 163,432,000)

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Steve Bittenbender

Published on
April 25, 2018

Shrimpers in the Gulf of Mexico harvested nearly 2.5 million pounds last month, according to data from the NOAA Fisheries Statistics Division released last week. While that haul was slightly above the historical average for the

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Mark Godfrey

Published on
April 23, 2018

High-value U.S. seafood shipments to China are starting to overhaul much bulkier shipments from Russia in value terms while Norway continues to catch up on salmon competitor Chile. Cheap Chinese processed product continues to flow into southeast Asia though Thailand is shunning Chinese product. These are some of the insights from the data on China’s seafood trade for 2017 published by the Chinese agricultural ministry and the national

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Jewel Fraser

Published on
April 23, 2018

Despite a plethora of illegal practices affecting the islands' fisheries, seafood continued to be the main export of the Turks and Caicos, a British dependency in the Caribbean with a population of fewer than 19,000

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Brian Hagenbuch

Published on
April 5, 2018

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADFG) released their annual prediction for the upcoming salmon harvest in the state, with an overall dip from 2018 on a poor forecast for pink salmon

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