Defense seeks zero jail time for ‘Codfather’

September 22, 2017 | Seafood News
Carlos Rafael feels bad for his crimes and only cares now about what's best for his family and New Bedford, Massachusetts, his attorneys say; prosecutors say otherwise ...read more
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The Homemade Ranch Dressing I Make More Often Than I Call My Mother

September 22, 2017 | Seafood Recipes
Anyone who says they don't like ranch is a liar. And anyone who thinks making homemade ranch dressing isn't worth it hasn't tried mine. Also, I love you, Mom. ...read more
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Dutch authorities say Princes is ‘misleading consumers’, campaigners claim

September 22, 2017 | Seafood News
Campaign group 'On the Hook' claims the Netherlands has ruled Princes uses misleading language on its tuna tins, given the origin of the catch ...read more
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Argentina’s Newsan to build new shrimp vessel

September 22, 2017 | Seafood News
Newsan, through its export business unit, has built a new shrimp trawler called Santorini that will be active in Rawson ...read more
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Kilic rules out Nireus, Selonda bid as non-binding offers deadline passes

September 22, 2017 | Seafood News
Kilic Deniz Holding, the world's largest seabass and seabream farmer, has withdrawn from the tender for sale of Greek seabass and bream farmers Nireus and Selonda ...read more
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Spanish tuna fleet calls for compulsory e-monitoring in Seychelles fishery

September 22, 2017 | Seafood News
Spanish tuna seiner organization is calling for the compulsory introduction of electronic monitoring in the Seychelles tuna fishery, after positive results from a pilot ...read more
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Spanish authorities investigate tuna-linked histamine illnesses

September 22, 2017 | Seafood News
Guardia officers are investigating seven people from a company in Almeria who are suspected of supplying contaminated tuna ...read more
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Orange roughy fishery south of New Zealand’s Stewart Island re-opened

September 22, 2017 | Seafood News
An orange roughy fishery south of New Zealand's Stewart Island has been given the green light to reopen after 19 years ...read more
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Increasing mackerel catches a boon, also a worry for Iceland

September 22, 2017 | Seafood News
Previously a rare sight in Icelandic waters, mackerel is now one of the country's most important commercial species, in both value and volume ...read more
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Russian trading firms diversify as financial crisis hits fish consumption

September 22, 2017 | Seafood News
Russian trading firms are planning different strategies to increase their sales, as the ongoing financial crisis has negatively impacted consumption ...read more
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