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Thailand: Most factories should now be back in full swing
Country expects shrimp exports to rise in volume and value in 2012 as producers recover from last year’s devastating floods.
NOAA announces catch limit on spiny dogfish fishery
The public is invited to comment on that and the commercial quota imposed on the species.
Alaska king salmon quota cut
Board of fisheries attempts to turn the declining stock around in northern Cook Inlet streams.
Pangasius is the Netherlands’ favorite fish
Pangasius replaces canned tuna as Dutch consumers' favorite fish.
Pangasius supplier: We’ll give buyers no choice on ASC
For farmed fish, Queens Products will be all ASC, says MD of Dutch importer.
Salmon prices up on ‘Easter panic’
Drop in slaughtering is pushing prices of Norwegian fresh salmon up just before Easter.
Guam meeting: disaster for tuna
‘It's a public relations disaster, a disaster for the WCPFC, and probably a disaster for the tuna.’
Starkist CEO: US tuna pricing is not sustainable
'In America, all they have done is say: 'two cans for a dollar, three cans for a dollar' -- but that has to change,' says Starkist CEO
All Birds Eye cod, haddock fish fingers to carry MSC logo
Beginning in September, all cod and haddock fish fingers sold under the Birds Eye brand in the UK will carry the MSC eco-label.
Deadliest Catch star reaps rewards of partnership with Maruha subsidiary, Kroger
Fisherman: It's nice to have someone that can guarantee the product.
Whole Foods eliminates red-rated species
New standards conform to Blue Ocean Institute and Monterey Bay Aquarium and come with plans for a 'fishmonger face-off.'
Study: Seafood is most disease-ridden food import category
US Centers for Disease Control research backs up FDA crackdown that began in January 2011.
Chinese companies eye Australian shrimp farm
Cheap land and suitable farming environment are factors that attract Chinese companies to invest in aquaculture in Australia.
China processor looks forward to increased raw material access
New international harbor and warmer ties with Taiwan bring prospect of raw material boost for processors in southeastern China, says executive.
Shellfish producer moves into former Dawnfresh factory
Move follows 'significant growth' for Scottish Shellfish Marketing Group.
When will the pollock price bubble burst?
Sources expected the Alaska pollock price 'bubble' to burst during the Boston seafood show, but it didn’t, as H&G prices rise and US fillet prices fall.
Pangasius: Stable prices, despite Vietnam troubles
Despite troubles in Vietnam, prices for pangasius are holding stable and should stay that way.
Analysts: Next Thai Union deal won't be as big as MW Brands
Giant is eyeing South Africa sardine brand, will look to smaller deals, say analysts.