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  • Gulf dead zone no smaller, yet hypoxia task force cites improvements.

      Dead zone on La.-Texas coast seen as size of Connecticut Computer estimate of April through October 2016 low oxygen levels in Gulf PrintEmail By Mark Schleifstein, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune  Email the author | Follow on Twitter on December 06, 2016 at 4:38 PM, updated December 07, 2016 at 3:44 PM A federal-state task force charged with reducing the nutrients […]

  • Seafood Packaging believes tariffs for select Asian countries should continue

    ITC: Shrimp tariffs for select Asian countries should continue By Christine Blank Published on May 2, 2017   Share The United States International Trade Commission voted to continue anti-dumping duties on shrimp from four Asian countries for the next five years. However, the ITC said that duties on Brazilian shrimp imports should not continue. The […]

  • Gulf Shrimp Landings Down in 2016

    Gulf Shrimp Landings Down in 2016 January 23rd, 2017 NOAA has now released shrimp landings data from the Gulf of Mexico for the month of December and all of 2016. Last month, 5.8 million pounds of shrimp were landed in the Gulf of Mexico, roughly 34.0% below the prior sixteen-year historical average for the month […]

  • Corporate-Rigged Trade Deals: Undermining Food Safety

    Corporate-Rigged Trade Deals: Undermining Food Safety Trade pacts can require us to limit food labeling and to import meat and poultry that do not meet U.S. food safety standards The rapid growth in imported food combined with current trade pact rules prioritizing expansion of food trade volumes by limiting countries’ food safety policies means that […]

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  • The 10 Things You Should Know About the U.S. Seafood Supply

    10 Things You Should Know About the U.S. Seafood Supply BY PAUL GREENBERG | JULY 14, 2014 OPINION (This article by Paul Greenberg was originally published July 8 by Civil Eats and is reposted here with permission.)  The United States seafood supply is a marvel to behold in its illogic. In spite of the fact that we control more ocean […]

  • FDA confirms Hepatitis A from imported scallops

    FDA confirms Hepatitis A in scallops; multi-state recall begins By Coral Beach | August 19, 2016 Federal officials have confirmed Hepatitis A in frozen, imported scallops that have been linked to an outbreak in Hawaii and are working with Sea Port Products Corp. to recall the shellfish from three states. None of the implicated scallops […]

  • Survey: Food safety becoming Chinese consumers’ top priority

    August 12, 2016 | by Yang Han, Ph.D. Survey: Food safety becoming Chinese consumers’ top priority     Fresh food purchasing behavior of 1,500-plus consumers finds higher confidence in seafood than produce   Survey results show that quality and safety information are important for consumers’ buying choices. Photo byDarryl Jory. Food is basic for human survival, and […]

  • Louisiana crab season likely limited for next three years

    Louisiana took another step toward a commercial crabbing season Thursday after the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission approved a proposal that would shut down crab fishing for 90 days over the next three years. Department of Wildlife and Fisheries crustacean biologist Jeff Marx told the commission Louisiana’s crab harvest is too high, and something needs […]

  • Vietnamese seafood exports to benefit from Trans-Pacific Partnership

      Vietnamese seafood exports to benefit from Trans-Pacific Partnership By Mike Urch, Contributing Editor Published on Monday, May 09, 2016   The Trans-Pacific Partnership is one of the most ambitious free trade agreements ever crafted and could create a new single market something like that of the E.U. When it comes to seafood, with nearly […]