Calvo Group launches new products in Costa Rica

October 30, 2015 | Seafood News
Spanish tuna canner Calvo Group has celebrated the company's 75th anniversary by launching new products in Costa Rica, including a new tuna variety ...read more
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Clearwater completes Macduff Shellfish acquisition

October 30, 2015 | Seafood News
Canada's Clearwater Seafoods has officially completed its £98 million acquisition of the UK's Macduff Shellfish Group, three weeks after the deal was announced. The company had privately held by the Beaton family and Change Capital Partners, a private equity fund. Now the transaction has finalized, Clearwater said in a press release. "Clearwater will add vessel management and sustainable harvesting practices, innovative processi
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Have Restaurants Reached Peak Avocado?

October 30, 2015 | Seafood Recipes
A breakfast at Sadelle's, Manhattan's Major Food Group's newest restaurant, requires a taste for the dramatic. Your coffee is poured from a silver pot-slash-urn, presented almost as if it's free (it's not), like you're at a very exclusive club. Waiters wear pressed white shirts and bowties. The whole staff yells “hot bagels!” when a new batch is fresh out of the oven. But perhaps most dramatic of all is the moment when you look at the menu, s
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Pressure on Norway salmon prices

October 30, 2015 | Seafood News
Most of Norway's salmon slaughterhouses are putting out high volumes for the market next week, with downward pressure on prices ...read more
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These Tonic Waters Will Change the Way You Feel About G&Ts Forever

October 30, 2015 | Seafood Recipes
A cocktail is only as good as its ingredients, and a classic gin and tonic is no exception. A good-quality tonic water will change the way you feel about G&Ts (and all tonic-based cocktails, really) forever. Here are our three favorite picks: We also love Fever-Tree for coffee tonics. Photo: Courtesy Fever-Tree Fever-Tree Perfectly carbonated (lots of tiny bubbles!), with the best flavor. Citrusy, woodsy, but not so strong it would overpower
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The Day of the Dead Bread You’ll Want to Make All Year Long

October 30, 2015 | Seafood Recipes
Welcome to Buen Provecho, a column by associate food editor Rick Martinez. Each month, he'll take us on a culinary tour of Latin American food and culture. Today, it's Mexican pan de muerto, also known as Day of the Dead bread! In Mexico, the day after Halloween is known as the Day of the Dead, a celebration of the lives of friends, family, loved ones, and even pets. It's a happy day with festivals, concerts, art installations and of course, grea
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Ecuador tuna sources: Wave of bankruptcies coming amid global crisis

October 30, 2015 | Seafood News
Ecuador's tuna industry is going through one of the most difficult times ever, in the midst of a perfect storm that could see a 'wave of bankruptcies coming' in a near future ...read more
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Morrisons accused of trademark breach by Grimsby salmon firm

October 30, 2015 | Seafood News
Grimsby-based seafood firm JCS Fish has accused Morrisons of trademark infringement over a recently-launched salmon brand ...read more
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Apetit reports profit, sales drop in Q3

October 30, 2015 | Seafood News
Finnish food processor Apetit reported a drop in net sales and operating profit in quarter three, due to price fluctuations ...read more
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Western Australia commits to ASC certification

October 30, 2015 | Seafood News
The ASC has been chosen by the Western Australian government as the standard of choice for the performance of aquaculture producers in the state ...read more
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