Seafood Watch wants to boost consumption

October 6, 2015 | Seafood News
Though boosting seafood consumption isn't explicitly part of the environmental organization's charter, Seafood Watch believes that it's a goal worth pursuing that will ultimately benefit conservation ...read more
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Pescanova’s Argentine subsidiary preparing to leave bankruptcy

October 6, 2015 | Seafood News
Pescanova's Argentine subsidiary, Argenova, is waiting on Argentina government permissions to leave bankruptcy ...read more
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Convincing consumers to cook seafood seen as challenge

October 6, 2015 | Seafood News
Panelists at Napa Seafood Summit who would like to increase seafood consumption in the US said misconception that fish is difficult to prepare remain a challenge for the industry ...read more
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Chile creates largest marine reserve in Americas

October 6, 2015 | Seafood News
Chile announces the creation of the largest marine reserve in the Americas ...read more
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US shrimp import value, volume dive in September

October 6, 2015 | Seafood News
Overall value down 27% in September with volumes down 10%, as only India upping volumes of main suppliers ...read more
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John West to Greenpeace: Most pole and line tuna is going into retailers’ owns brands

October 6, 2015 | Seafood News
Thai Union-owned firm says it unable to source enough pole and line for its own brand, as it is supplying it all under retailers' own brands ...read more
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Wide Open

October 6, 2015 | Seafood Recipes
For years, Adrian Moore and Carrie Solomon worked long hours, running between airports, bus depots, and train stations lugging heavy camera equipment and knocking on the front doors of some of Europe's most famous chefs. Why? Because Moore and Solomon wanted to peek inside their refrigerators. It took four years, but the photographer-writer duo peered into the fridges and home lives of chefs like Massimo Bottura, Inaki Aizpitarte, and Marco Pierr
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Florida Charter Boat Captains Challenged to Step Up for Better Fishery Management

October 6, 2015 | Seafood News
“As a fishermen I can guarantee you the chickens will come home to roost. There is very little time to get fishery management right,” said Florida federally permitted captain Mike Colby of Clearwater. “It is time for charter boats to step up to the plate to provide this much-needed information. If we don't, I am fearful that our fishing opportunities for our customers in the future will be less and less.” Photo: Ed Lallo/Newsroom Ink by
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Marfrio creates subsidiary in Namibia with acquisition of €2m hake vessel

October 6, 2015 | Seafood News
Spanish frozen processor will look at new projects in 2016 as it has access to financial capacity to expand internationally, CEO Santiago Montejo tells Undercurrent News ...read more
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It’s a Family Affair (Even if You’re Not Blood-Related) at Seattle’s Oriental Mart

October 6, 2015 | Seafood Recipes
Welcome to Out of the Kitchen, our ongoing exploration of the relationships that build and sustain the food industry. This year, we're traveling the country to look at the changing landscape of food markets. Hyper-local markets—filled with myriad grocery, retail, and restaurant options like the ones found in Europe—are on the rise. These markets benefit from their interconnected buying power but operate like small, independent businesses, all
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