The fallout from the Alaskan salmon fishery’s decision to pullback from the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) program still made waves in February, but it was the news that executives with a background of investing in seafood are setting up a new fund that came out on top in reads.
Pacific Seafood Group’s legal woes also got IntraFish readers clicking, as did the news Cumbrian Seafoods had been supplying Asda with Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP)-labeled shrimp that wasn’t certified, a story broke by IntraFish.
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