North America

Published on
April 2, 2018

Alaska’s Pacific halibut season is underway with lower quotas and a confluence of market factors driving down

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Cliff White

Published on
March 22, 2018

Brendan Ready is the co-owner of Portland, Maine, U.S.A.-based Ready Seafood Co. and Maine Seafood Ventures, along with his brother John Ready. The lobster dealer announced on 13 March it will build a new processing facility in southern Maine by 2019. The new building will also include tanks to keep live lobsters for shipping. In an interview with SeafoodSource, Brendan Ready said the facility’s lobster processing and holding capabilities

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Jason Holland

Published on
March 16, 2018

A new bipartisan bill introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives and supported by conservation groups, zoos, aquariums and industry advances global shark conservation by ensuring that all shark products imported into the United States meet the same high ethical and sustainability standards required of American

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Jason Holland

Published on
March 14, 2018

The value of Canada’s fish and seafood exports continued trending upward last year with an overall increase of 5 percent

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Cliff White

Published on
March 12, 2018

Originally from Northern Ireland, Mary Larkin began her professional career in the trade show industry in her home country. In 1995, she was hired by Diversified Communications and began working on its seafood trade shows in 1996, starting as sales manager of Seafood Expo North America (SENA) and Seafood Expo Global (SEG), and eventually becoming show director, vice president and, in 2014, executive vice president for all of Diversified’s

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Jason Holland

Published on
March 8, 2018

Seventy-eight percent of all the tuna caught worldwide in 2016 came from stocks deemed to be at healthy levels, the same proportion as the previous year, finds the latest

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Jason Holland

Published on
March 5, 2018

Fishermen in Maine landed a little over 110.8 million pounds (50,258 metric tons – MT) of lobster last year,

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Steve Bittenbender

Published on
March 2, 2018

A South Carolina company run by two college students that landed a distribution agreement with a major international fish oil company has started shipping its products to

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Allan Lynch

Published on
March 1, 2018

Or rather, the lobsters being landed are getting bigger, as the 100 members of the Inverness South Fisherman’s Association (ISFA) have agreed to increase the minimum length of the lobsters they

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Cliff White

Published on
February 27, 2018

KnipBio, a Lowell, Massachusetts, U.S.A.-based animal feeds firm, has announced its successful development of a new aquafeed

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