New Alibaba store concept launches across China

July 19, 2017 | Seafood News
Alibaba's new online-to-offline retail platform, Hema Xiansheng, is changing the retail sector ...read more
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WWF calls for better protection of onboard observers after PNG death

July 19, 2017 | Seafood News
WWF says measures to protect regional fisheries observers are not being adequately implemented ...read more
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Trump appointee in fight with fisheries managers over flounder

July 18, 2017 | Seafood News
Interstate fisheries managers say conservation measures for summer flounder are in jeopardy due to a fight with Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross ...read more
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Clam shortage hits Connecticut

July 18, 2017 | Seafood News
Clam shack managers in the US state of Connecticut are reporting a significant decline in supply of clams used for clam strips ...read more
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Ecuador shrimp exports at ‘record’ levels in 2017

July 18, 2017 | Seafood News
Ecuadorian shrimp production is expected to further increase later this year ...read more
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Ocean Conservancy, EDF, file suit over alleged gulf red snapper mismanagement

July 18, 2017 | Seafood News
Conservation groups are suing the US Department of Commerce for allegedly sanctioning the overfishing of red snapper in the Gulf of Mexico ...read more
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MSC-labeled cod will be on Waitrose counters Friday, M&S plans to re-list

July 18, 2017 | Seafood News
Waitrose, which is already selling North Sea cod on some counters, will be first to offer fish with MSC logo on Friday, with Marks and Spencer also confirming plans to re-list ...read more
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Starting Alaska sockeye base price on-par with five-year average

July 18, 2017 | Seafood News
With sockeye fishing winding down in Alaska's Bristol Bay, the first prices were out as of Monday afternoon, and early indications are an improvement over last year ...read more
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Vietnam shrimp exports up 15% past $1.5bn

July 18, 2017 | Seafood News
Vietnam earned $1.56 billion from shrimp exports in the first half of this year due to increases in white leg shrimp exports, despite a tiger prawn decrease ...read more
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Study: All trawling is not created equal

July 18, 2017 | Seafood News
Bottom trawling methods -- used for roughly one fifth of the fish eaten globally -- vary greatly on how much they impact the seabed they fish over, a new study by an international research team shows ...read more
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