Seafood News

2014 | 2013 | 2012

2014

New bycatch reporting system proposed for Northeast fisheries

12.14.14

Bluefin tuna season off to promising start

12.13.14

Grants support bycatch reduction in commercial fisheries

12.12.14

Research partnership develops better feeds

12.12.14

Magnuson-Stevens reauthorization bill introduced in U.S. Senate

12.11.14

Climate change projected to drive species northward

12.10.14

Seafood fraud cases plummet as NOAA cuts investigators

12.9.14

International shellfish meeting in S.C.

12.9.14

New tool helps oyster growers fight acidification

12.9.14

Pacific halibut stocks on the rise

12.8.14

EU guide spells out new seafood label laws

12.8.14

Pacific salmon gets new protection from pesticides

12.4.14

Offshore mussel farms grow U.S. industry

12.2.14

U.S. issues Atlantic tuna fishery management measures

12.2.14

Changing public misconceptions about aquaculture

12.2.14

Editorial: Fisheries observers demonstrate usefulness of biological expertise

12.2.14

Despite troubled waters, we’re experiencing an oyster renaissance

12.1.14

Restoring Atlantic salmon in Maine

11.25.14

Cape’s fishing industry looks to spotlight strange-sounding dogfish

11.25.14

Retail report: U.S. salmon sales up 7%

11.25.14

Observer program gets ‘sea legs’ as fisheries recover

11.24.14

How does the government count the fish?

11.22.14

Gulf of Maine scallop fishermen win ‘a small victory’

11.22.14

Real-time ocean acidification data available for shellfish aquaculture

11.21.14

ICN2: Seafood consumption key to pregnancy nutrition

11.19.14

Seafood-rich diets lessen women’s heart disease risk

11.19.14

Filtering rain runoff reduces its threat to salmon, study suggests

11.18.14

FAO: Future aquaculture growth to be greater than expected

11.17.14

Atlantic bluefin tuna: counting the numbers

11.17.14

A detrimental disconnect between farming land and sea

11.13.14

Atlantic bluefin tuna: stock assessment says

11.12.14

Global scientists challenge current seafood ecolabeling standards as unnecessary market barriers

11.10.14

Countries vote to protect bluefin tuna

11.10.14

Fish in American waters are experiencing population rebounds

11.10.14

Global scientists challenge current seafood ecolabeling standards as unnecessary market barriers

11.10.14

Countries vote to protect bluefin tuna

11.10.14

Fish in American waters are experiencing population rebounds

11.10.14

Larger ‘dead zones,’ oxygen-depleted water, likely because of climate change

11.10.14

Fishing countries to discuss bluefin quotas

11.8.14

Offshore aquaculture offers new promise

11.5.14

U.S. reports slight increase in fish consumption

11.5.14

U.S. FDA sends more inspectors to China

11.5.14

Americans ate more salmon than tuna last year

11.3.14

Top three U.S. ports all Alaskan

11.3.14

U.S. top 10 list shows slight consumption gains

10.31.14

U.S. aquaculture valued at $1.23 billion in 2012

10.31.14

Is that fish safe to eat? Sorting through new guidelines

10.31.14

FDA's message to moms: Eat more seafood

10.30.14

Value of U.S. seafood landings increased in 2013

10.30.14

FDA dietary hearings to key in on contaminants

10.29.14

Point and click seafood: E-commerce exploding

10.29.14

Q&A with Chef Rick Moonen

10.27.14

FDA launches seafood labeling-compliance module

10.24.14

Global Salmon Initiative releases first progress report

10.24.14

One giant step for ocean biodiversity

10.23.14

3 UK oyster farms enter Aquaculture Stewardship Council assessment

10.22.14

UN panel recommends eating seafood during pregnancy

10.21.14

Big, old, fat, fertile, female fish sustain fisheries

10.21.14

International team of scientists exploring use of algae for aquaculture feedstock

10.20.14

Latest updates on seafood safety and health benefits

10.20.14

Bring the flavors of the sea to your plate for National Seafood Month

10.19.14

First federal offshore mussel aquaculture project to get underway

10.16.14

Social sustainability of aquaculture in focus

10.16.14

Key Alaska fisheries look set for strong season

10.14.14

NOAA to implement U.S. gulf restoration plan

10.10.14

Retailers: sustainability a ‘collective responsibility’

10.9.14

Meet San Diego’s ‘aquacowboy’

10.8.14

NOAA gets to the bottom of the Bering

10.7.14

October offers reasons to choose seafood

10.7.14

The ocean’s future

10.6.14

Officials struggle to find cod fix

10.3.14

South Atlantic Council moves forward on snapper/grouper spawning area protections

10.3.14

Orthongel calls for regulation on FAD numbers in Indian, Atlantic Ocean

10.2.14

SeaWeb Seafood Summit registration open

10.2.14

Dogfish seen near local all-time high

10.1.14

Alaska’s two most important species growing in abundance

9.29.14

Ducasse drops meat for fish in Paris restaurant

9.29.14

Warmer Bay will change fishery

9.29.14

Fisheries research collaborative calls for new regional projects

9.28.14

NOAA analyzing oyster habitat, restoration

9.27.14

Shrimp-tracking program labels Gulf shrimp

9.25.14

Seafood 101 helps families celebrate Pacific Northwest seafood and National Seafood Month

9.25.14

NOAA: pollock biomass up 60% in Bering Sea

9.22.14

Your guide to eating in-season autumn fish and produce

9.22.14

Facial recognition software employed to count fish populations

9.22.14

Opinion: The activist-led panic against mercury in fish is harming the American diet

9.19.14

China now leading importer of U.S. lobster

9.19.14

Exporter: MSC has to cut fees, focus on economics, ecology

9.18.14

Groups push for more seafood in U.S. dietary guidelines

9.17.14

The importance of small-scale aquaculture

9.16.14

NOAA analyzing oyster habitat, restoration

9.16.14

$20 million grant to launch sustainable ecological aquaculture network in Maine

9.16.14

Seafood festivals — making seafood fun

9.16.14

The Gulf of Alaska is unusually warm, and weird fish are showing up

9.15.14

Two servings of fish weekly may help prevent hearing loss for women later in life

9.11.14

U.S. exporters briefed on new EU regs, catfish

9.11.14

Mussels helping with Chesapeake Bay restoration

9.10.14

Rhode Island develops oyster aquaculture disease management plan

9.9.14

Probiotics for shellfish hatcheries

9.9.14

Aggressive lionfish invade non-native waters. Eat them.

9.8.14

NOAA Fisheries releases hatchery management plan

9.5.14

Pacific Rim nations agree to halve take of dwindling bluefin tuna

9.4.13

Nearly two dozen fish species off U.S. West Coast deemed sustainable

9.3.14

Recovery knocks 21 fish species from watch list

9.3.14

New U.S. rules protect giant bluefin tuna

9.2.14

Warming water in Gulf of Maine forcing commercial fish to leave for cooler habitat

9.3.14

Banner day for bluefin tuna

9.2.14

NOAA seeks public comment on the proposed rule for the aquaculture plan of the Gulf of Mexico

9.2.14

Ghost fishing: How to prevent lost traps

8.27.14

Consumer Reports misses mark on mercury

8.26.14

U.S. fishing group urges Congress to protect MSA

8.26.14

New seafood farm planned off U.S. West Coast

8.25.14

Environmentalists put millions of oysters in Lafayette River

8.21.14

The (newest) trouble with Chilean sea bass

8.21.14

Support local, sustainable fisheries, say the experts

8.19.14

Fighting (tasty) invasive fish with forks and knives

8.17.14

First offshore shellfish farm permitted in U.S. waters

8.13.14

Commercial Dungeness crab season ends this week on high note

8.13.14

U.S. full-service restaurants go upscale with seafood

8.12.14

Ocean acidification poses imminent threat to Alaskan fishing communities

8.9.14

This is your brain on fish

8.7.14

Grant to establish aquaculture industry in Maine

8.7.14

Florida chef wins Louisiana cook-off

8.4.14

Fishing industry vital to NJ economy

8.4.14

Oysters in the Chesapeake Bay: When partnerships work

7.31.14

Ocean acidification projected to slam Alaskan fisheries

7.29.14

Research set-aside helps sustain Atlantic sea scallop fishery

7.29.14

What is community supported fishery?

7.28.14

Environment: invasive Asian tiger shrimp may pose threat to coastal ecosystems, shrimp fisheries

7.24.14

Is eating kosher seafood better for the environment?

7.23.14

New draft plan provides roadmap for sockeye recovery

7.22.14

Global Fisheries Economics Conference heading to Scotland in 2016

7.22.14

Virginia oyster harvests continue to climb

7.22.14

Angling for the benefits of oyster restoration

7.20.14

Fish farming goes in the tank

7.18.14

No fish tale: Uptick in Northwest salmon stock

7.17.14

What is causing high prices for shrimp?

7.16.14

Western Seafood's Patrick Riley has lifelong passion for shrimping excellence

7.13.14

Farming vegetables from the sea

7.11.14

Giant anchovy school migrates off La Jolla

7.9.14

Sockeye landings highlight Alaska catch

7.8.14

Lionfish, the savory menace, swims its way onto restaurant menus

7.7.14

U.S. is under-performing at aquaculture

7.7.14

New report shows significant progress for tuna fisheries management in 2013

7.7.14

Fishing report: Summer flounder are everywhere

7.3.14

Healthy seafood preparations on the rise

7.1.14

Changes in forage fish abundance alter Atlantic cod distribution, affect fishery success

7.1.14

Biggest sockeye salmon run to surge into Bristol Bay

6.30.14

A revolutionary finding could benefit oyster production

6.30.14

Chef promotes sustainable fishing

6.27.14

Fish provides more than just essential omega-3 fatty acids

6.25.14

Will climate change affect stone crabs?

6.24.14

2013 year of significant progress for tuna fisheries management, conservation

6.24.14

Fresh fish versus frozen fish: Is it a fair fight?

6.23.14

Opinion: Our survival depends on the health of the oceans

6.22.14

One fish, three meals: Paul Greenberg makes the case for Americans to get hip to seafood

6.20.14

Opinion: Why are we importing our own fish?

6.20.14

Copper River salmon run peaks at 2 million fish

6.19.14

Oyster aquaculture bolsters North Florida fishing community

6.17.14

Obama aims to protect oceans, end illegal fishing

6.17.14

What the U.S. can teach the world about protecting our oceans

6.15.14

Newly minted Maine chef spreads word on sustainable seafood

6.15.14

UNH embraces sustainable seafood

6.15.14

Oyster craze

6.11.14

Long John Silver's endorses BAP certification program

6.11.14

Seared, pan-roasted seafood dishes gain favor with customers, chefs

6.11.14

FDA has new advice for pregnant women eating fish

6.10.14

How to perfectly sear your summer seafood

6.10.14

Sea scallop fishery focus of NOAA Award to UNE and partners

6.10.14

Summer flounder stirs north-south climate change battle

6.9.14

Aquaculture can grow without major environmental toll

6.6.14

National U.S. commercial fishermen's group forms

6.5.14

NOAA Fisheries talks aquaculture with Diane Rehm

6.4.14

U.S. West Coast groundfish achieves MSC certification

6.4.14

FDA updates mercury-in-seafood advice

6.1.14

U.S. fishing industry responds to bycatch criticism

5.28.14

The top 5 most important seafood species in the world

5.27.14

Can Americans eliminate invasive species by eating them?

5.25.14

In seafood technology, traceability is inherent

5.23.14

New shellfish hatchery opened to help restore shellfish nationwide

5.23.14

Halibut, salmon bycatch subject of fisheries symposium

5.22.14

UN highlights growing role of aquaculture in providing jobs

5.20.14

Fish more important than ever in providing jobs, feeding the world – UN report

5.19.14

European aquaculture takes center stage

5.16.14

Darden to sell Red Lobster in a $2.1 billion deal

5.16.14

Study: More Americans choose foods based on health

5.15.14

U.S. universities earn MSC certification

5.15.14

Growing more fish in Europe

5.13.14

Sustainable seafood day addresses traceability, aquaculture

5.13.14

At Black Restaurant Group, a code for every fish

5.11.14

A task force to boost fisheries management

5.9.14

EU sanctions three countries for illegal fishing

5.9.14

How the U.S. stopped its fisheries from collapsing

5.8.14

Sea Grant leads aquaculture and fisheries technologies training

5.7.14

With forecast of strong returns, salmon fisheries now open off West Coast

5.7.14

Europe’s first tilapia farm earns sustainable BAP certification

5.7.14

Alaska fish factor: good prices for halibut and sablefish harvesters

5.6.14

Mimicking nature, new designs ease fish passage around dams

5.6.14

U.S. West Coast albacore tuna fisheries merge MSC certificates

5.2.14

World’s shortest cooking show uses Instagram to promote sustainable fishing

5.1.14

Survey shows drop in female blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay

5.1.14

The other other white meat

4.30.14

Dock to dish: a community supported fishery

4.30.14

NOAA reports show positive trends

4.30.14

Lobster only major seafood to lose value over 10-year period, report says

4.29.14

Low dietary intake of seafood linked to cognitive decline

4.28.14

Effort underway to give New England seafood a boost

4.24.14

Vancouver chef turns ‘trash’ into treasure

4.23.14

What kind of fish is that?

4.22.14

EU finally moves to sustainable fisheries

4.21.14

Kerry to host conference on overfishing, pollution and other threats to oceans

4.21.14

Is the future of farming in the middle of the ocean?

4.21.14

Value of Virginia aquaculture reaches all-time high

4.18.14

From warring scallopers to brothers in arms

4.18.14

Seafood traceability makes for better products and a healthy bottom line

4.16.14

The rise of Alaska shellfish farming

4.15.14

Omega-3 market to top USD 7b by 2020

4.14.14

Washington salmon fisheries for 2014 have been set

4.12.14

Maryland encouraging people to help reduce invasive catfish with new campaign

4.10.14

Oyster aquaculture could improve water quality of Potomac River estuary

4.10.14

Millennials represent a new frontier for seafood marketers

4.9.14

Focus on health to increase seafood consumption

4.8.14

The future of clean, green fish farming could be indoor factories

4.7.14

NOAA seeks comments on sustainable certification

3.31.14

Climate change killing life in the world's oceans

3.31.14

Reducing bycatch remains top issue, assures NOAA

3.27.14

Oysters from Kualoa Ranch

3.20.14

Salmon farming gets leaner and greener

3.19.14

Old-School fish guides

3.18.14

Enhancing fisheries science and education in the Northeastern United States

3.18.14

Eating fish saves water

3.17.14

Education, variety key to increasing consumption

3.16.14

NOAA scientists eavesdrop on lives of fish

3.15.14

Study: Omega 3 acids good for blood pressure

3.10.14

Ash Wednesday is the seafood industry’s Black Friday

3.9.14

Japan to cut bluefin tuna catch in Northern Pacific by half

3.8.14

Fish stock vulnerability assessed in changing climate

3.7.14

Supply chains are key to change for sustainable fisheries and oceans

2.26.14

Well-funded program tries new approach to tackle overfishing in developing world

2.23.14

End in sight

2.21.14

New coalition to push for aquaculture expansion

2.21.14

Sales of blue catfish double as wholesalers pitch invasive story

2.20.14

New microbattery tracks salmon around the world

2.20.14

Aquaculture America 2014 recap

2.14.14

The key to sustainable fish farming? Vegetarian fish

2.13.14

Louisiana Seafood Board encourages Gulf Council to keep current red snapper quota

2.13.14

Consumption before confusion

2.11.14

Acidic Chesapeake Bay water could threaten oysters

2.10.14

Drought blocking passages to sea for California coho salmon

2.9.14

E-commerce growing business for U.S. seafood distributors

2.7.14

Researchers find salmon are born with a sense of direction

2.6.14

Report: Farming key to seafood production by 2030

2.6.14

Opinion: Congress must continue to protect the nation's fisheries

2.5.14

Turtle excluder device certification to last fishermen two years

2.5.14

Aquaculture Without Frontiers – helping global food security

2.5.14

Fish fact or fiction? Seafood lovers tell researchers one thing, restaurateurs another

2.1.14

Walmart revises policy, ensuring Alaska seafood purchases

1.31.14

NOAA: Don’t start calling pollock cod — yet

1.31.14

Off-bottom oyster farming launched in Grand Isle waters

1.29.14

NGOs give new EMFF agreement a mixed review

1.29.14

BAP hatchery finfish standards draft released

1.28.14

Fishing stakeholders’ focus shifts from rules to survival

1.29.14

China data gives neighbors, pelagic rivals cause for concern

1.28.14

Audubon and Gulf States Marine Commission partner for Gulf seafood sustainability

1.24.14

Norway plans for massive export growth

1.24.14

U.S. university earns MSC certification

1.23.14

Research highlights hope for salmon in urban settings

1.23.14

BAP program experiences growth in 2013

1.22.14

Fish – the UK's favorite fast food

1.22.14

Retail shrimp sales surged in December as stores gained confidence in higher prices

1.21.14

Alaska flatfish fishery gets RFM certified

1.21.14

Oyster bars are hot

1.16.14

EPA: Mining would destroy fishery, villages, part of watershed in Alaska’s Bristol Bay

1.15.14

Aquaculture development conference to be held in February

1.15.14

Apalachicola oysters should get a breath of fresh water after record rainfalls

1.14.14

Test for shrimp disease to become available worldwide

1.14.14

University of Michigan commits to sustainable seafood

1.14.14

California approves first state aquaculture facility

1.9.14

Loki samples show no radiation danger

1.9.14

New study highlights snowball effect of overfishing

1.9.14

Why farmed fish need more veggies in their diet

1.7.14

EU imports, fish supplies drop

1.8.14

Proposed rules call for more reporting by seafood dealers to help fisheries

1.5.14

West Coast sardine crash could radiate throughout ecosystem

1.5.14

In deep winter Alaska's largest fisheries get underway

1.4.14

Sizing up seafood against other proteins

1.1.14

2013

Gulf seafood trace program results 'encouraging'

12.31.13

Fish strategies and recipes: How to land more seafood on your table for a healthful 2014

12.31.13

Fishermen split over new Maryland rockfish quotas

12.30.13

Fish feast

12.30.13

Sustainability, sourcing top restaurant trends

12.29.13

Draft revisions to federal fisheries act released for public review

12.26.13

U.S. retail seafood up in 2013

12.23.13

If managed properly, coastal fish farms can be sustainable

12.21.13

2014 red snapper season will be longer in Gulf of Mexico

12.20.13

Healthier and more sustainable restaurant options

12.18.13

Chefs' preference for cultivated oysters grows

12.17.13

Report: EU fishing rules reform could lead to legal challenges to overfishing

12.17.13

Habitat debate intensifies ahead of council vote

12.16.13

Dungeness crab season settled to start this week

12.16.13

Common fisheries policy gets EU approval

12.13.13

Bering Sea groundfish catch limits set

12.13.13

Feds to reopen closed New England groundfishing areas

12.13.13

U.S. seafood import value up 32 percent

12.11.13

NOAA to implement halibut catch sharing plan in 2014

12.10.13

Europe moves to prohibit some deep-sea trawling

12.10.13

Red snapper brings back childhood memories for Houston chef

12.9.13

Sustainable seafood still a hot trend

12.6.13

Chinook salmon return to Marin, coho shouldn't be too far behind

12.4.13

Electronic fish data monitoring considered

12.2.13

Scallops giving New Bedford fishermen a welcome break

12.1.13

Maine's aquaculture industry bouncing back

11.29.13

Has climate change caused a drop-off in a food source crucial to ocean creatures?

11.25.13

More Alaskans taking to the fishing life

11.25.13

Changing food source bodes ill for whales, cod

11.25.13

Not enough (cod)fish in the sea?

11.20.13

Moms-to-be are eating fish, but choosing low-mercury options

11.20.13

Consumers showing more interest in seafood

11.18.13

Funding awarded to seafood contest winners

11.15.13

What to know about imported seafood

11.14.13

Choosing sustainable shrimp

11.12.13

Imports and exports: How safe is seafood from foreign sources?

11.11.13

Americans eating less seafood

11.11.13

The fish we don't eat

11.10.13

More herring, more striped bass, better economy

11.6.13

The market that doesn't sleep

11.1.13

Warm waters bring new species

11.1.13

It's official: U.S. fisheries continued their upward trend in 2012

11.1.13

High seafood landings in 2012 show successful sustainable efforts

10.31.13

New Bedford tops nation in value of seafood catch

10.30.13

U.S. per capita seafood consumption drops 4 percent

10.30.13

Just how badly are we overfishing the oceans?

10.29.13

NOAA grants to help restore salmon in Maine

10.28.13

Tiny sea creatures are heading for extinction, and could take local fisheries with them

10.18.13

Credit where credit's due

10.17.13

'Deadliest Catch' fishery gears up for late start

10.17.13

EU Ministers reached an agreement on the fishing opportunities in the Baltic Sea

10.17.13

National Academy of Sciences confirms successful rebuilding of U.S. fisheries

10.16.13

Global Aquaculture Alliance - GOAL 2013

10.17.13

FAO launches global aquaculture partnership

10.16.13

Walmart launches seafood sustainability evaluation

10.11.13

Pregnancy fears about fish unfounded

10.11.13

Innovating the business of seafood for communities and health

10.2.13

Pollock, salmon and global warming: The tricky questions of sustainability

10.2.13

Chefs who visit their seafood sources gain lasting relationships, deeper appreciation

10.1.13

A bounty of fish: Questions about sustainability

9.30.13

National Park Service and GSA change sustainable seafood guidelines

9.25.13

Why farmed salmon is becoming a viable alternative to wild-caught

9.24.13

Farmed vs. wild salmon: Can you taste the difference?

9.24.13

Can wind farms contribute to food security

9.18.13

I'll have the Gulf red snapper, please

9.17.13

SIRF produces new seafood consumer research

9.13.13

U.S. professor builds new shrimp-farming system

9.12.13

Fukushima fallout not affecting U.S.-caught fish

9.11.13

Robots roaming Puget Sound could save shellfish industry millions

9.11.13

New ocean forecast could help predict fish habitat six months in advance

9.5.13

Conn. lobstermen brace for shutdown of LI Sound

9.4.13

A fish by any other name

9.3.13

In the aftermath of radiation, is fish from the Pacific Ocean safe to eat?

9.3.13

Can transparency improve salmon's image?

9.3.13

Chefs, ocean researchers team up to hook diners on "underutilized" Gulf of Maine fish species

9.3.13

Rhode Island fishermen turn to digital tools to help survey of lobster catches

9.2.13

Eelgrass study seen as key to protecting Maine clam flats from green crab devastation

8.23.13

Commercial fishermen adapting to catch share program

8.22.13

BAP launches mussel standards

8.21.13

Wild, farmed salmon should complement—not compete

8.20.13

CDQs bring millions in fishing profits—and jobs—to poor western Alaska villages

8.18.13

High-tech data will help guide fishing nets in South Jersey

8.16.13

Alaska king crab rehab program to boost its numbers

8.14.13

Consumers will pay more for responsible products

8.13.13

Oceana releases report on cost of seafood fraud

8.7.13

Don't sweat mercury – eat your fish!

8.6.13

North Atlantic sustainable fisheries management highlights challenges in regional governance

8.5.13

Norway to share aquaculture knowledge, technology

8.2.13

NOAA acidification study

7.31.13

Harney Sushi creates edible QR codes To end 'fish fraud' in California restaurants

7.31.13

FDA sets new rules for imported food

7.29.13

Seafood suppliers form pact to improve fishing practices

7.29.13

Fish bones offer clues to oceans' health

7.29.13

Louisiana seafood export efforts ramp up

7.29.13

GM salmon firm decries 'political' approval process

7.25.13

Breaching of dam, restoring salmon's passage unite many

7.23.13

Cutting-edge robot to ensure seafood quality

7.22.13

Fish-ear bones offer clues to health of ocean, species

7.21.13

Report: Seafood improves kids' diet quality

7.15.13

Coonamessett Farm Foundation seeks scallopers interested in electronic monitoring program

7.14.13

Plan to reopen New England fishing spots debated

7.14.13

Acidic oceans will transform ecosystems

7.10.13

Lionfish: Gotta eat ‘em to beat ‘em

7.10.13

"Best science" a moving target for fishery researchers

7.9.13

The threat of pirate fishing to the world's fisheries

7.5.13

Short of cod, Massachusetts chefs suggest a dish of blood cockle

6.30.13

Fish oil consumption linked to lower breast cancer risk in study

6.27.13

Temperatures, water circulation affecting food supply for young Atlantic cod

6.25.13

12 Senators Write to Commerce, Treasury to Extend MMPA Protections Internationally

6.21.13

Recycling oyster shells benefits restaurants, environment

6.19.13

Edible QR codes educate diners on seafood

6.19.13

Dishing up trash: New look for sustainable seafood

6.14.13

New FishChoice website

6.13.13

University of Rhode Island developing tuna aquaculture

6.13.13

State House panel considers options aimed at preventing seafood mislabeling in Massachusetts

6.11.13

In three years, we will eat more farmed than wild fish

6.10.13

Report outlines growth for seafood in China

6.7.13

Farmed salmon raises blood levels of omega-3s

6.6.13

More acidic oceans could cause problems to squid

6.6.13

Sustainability – Core to seafood's investment appeal

6.5.13

Fish and shellfish – be sure they're safe

6.5.13

Oyster restoration project moving forwards in Chesapeake Bay

5.31.13

Aleutian king crab stocks thriving<

5.31.13

U.S. sets preliminary CVD shrimp rates

5.29.13

Promising trends in feed fisheries

5.28.13

Fish earbones provide a rare glimpse into the past and future of fisheries

5.23.13

Edible QR codes make sustainable sushi fun and convenient

5.22.13

Illegal fishing is a big problem all over the world

5.21.13

Washington state approves seafood labeling law

5.21.13

The fish we need to feed 9 billion people

5.20.13

Opinion: U.S. seafood is the right choice, for ecological and economic reasons

5.15.13

Best practices for seafood purchasing

5.15.13

Groundbreaking video technology to improve stock surveys

5.14.13

Magnanimous on Magnuson

5.9.13

Big environmental push for new fisheries regs slowed at NOAA Managing Fisheries Conference in DC

5.9.13

How mussel farming could help to clean fouled waters

5.9.13

Oregon's once-tiny shrimp fishery has grown into a multimillion-dollar business

5.8.13

Earth-friendly restaurant puts the “app” in appetite

5.7.13

Our View: What are we feeding these kids?

5.3.13

Strengthening U.S.-Russia cooperation on fisheries

4.30.13

The fall and rise and fall of stripers and a lot of less-famous fish

4.29.13

Sea surface temperatures reach highest level in 150 years on Northeast continental shelf

4.25.13

Sodexo shows seafood origins

4.25.13

GAA signs MOU with ASC, Global G.A.P

4.23.13

Some depleted stocks still can recover, others can not

4.22.13

Bycatch a problem that just won't go away for Southcentral Alaska fisheries

4.21.13

On the rebound, New England oysters face climate threat

4.17.13

New monitoring could help protect bluefin tuna stocks

4.16.13

Most of 2013 Alaska salmon to be RFM certified

4.16.13

Prospective future for oyster aquaculture in Delaware

4.16.13

GSA encourages sustainable seafood choices in the federal workplace

4.15.13

Fight over sustainable seafood labeling flares up

4.12.13

Research enables fishermen to harvest shellfish on Georges Bank

4.11.13

Panel approves ecosystem plan for West coast fisheries

4.9.13

Eat patriotic fish

4.8.13

Freshest fish traded in the dead of the NYC night

4.5.13

How acoustic monitoring could help protect Cod stocks

4.4.13

Louisiana seafood healthier due to tiny sea creatures no bigger than thumbtack

4.3.13

Reducing bycatch in Gulf of Alaska groundfish fisheries

4.2.13

A new endorsement for fish

4.1.13

Catch shares make safer, more sustainable fisheries

3.31.13

North Atlantic swordfish fishery MSC certified

3.28.13

Using the Pacific Ocean to predict Columbia River Chinook returns

3.27.13

Once decimated U.S. fish stocks enjoy big bounce back

3.26.13

Sushi joint serves edible QR codes, sustainable fish

3.25.13

Acoustic monitoring of Atlantic cod reveals clues to spawning behavior

3.22.13

U.S. tries again to ax catfish inspection program

3.22.13

Origin labeling key to restaurant seafood sales

3.21.13

Lost swordfishing tradition may be restored

3.21.13

Fishermen and scientists work to reduce bycatch

3.20.13

No mislabeling for MSC

3.19.13

Fish populations in the United States rebound

3.15.13

U.S. fresh seafood sales on the rise

3.15.13

Ocean acidification eats oysters

3.13.13

Oysters safer to eat with improved purification method

3.13.13

New draft ecological plan takes broader approach to protect salmon

3.13.13

Survey: organic shoppers want traceable products

3.11.13

Scientists, industry discuss sustainability

3.10.13

U.S. seafood supplier rolls out QR product codes

2.28.13

Retailers: Consumers want sustainable seafood

2.27.13

Research helps to prevent overfishing through gather, spawn data

2.27.13

EU ministers debate fishery reform

2.27.13

Dogfish fishery MSC certification grows

2.26.13

Study contains good news for bluefin tuna

2.24.13

Is there a way to fight fish fraud?

2.22.13

Interpol joins the war on IUU

2.22.13

Boston area restaurants team up with aquarium for sustainable seafood

2.21.13

Testing finds one-third of U.S. retail seafood mislabeled

2.21.13

One-third of seafood mislabeled, study finds

2.21.13

Who can you trust for sustainable seafood?

2.19.13

Are you in favor of Gulf of Mexico fish farming?

2.18.13

Feds see early signs of Pacific fishery recovery

2.16.13

Farmed shrimp a global enterprise

2.15.13

Celebrity chefs compliment Gulf of Mexico red snapper program

2.14.13

NOAA allows groundfish quota carryover

2.14.13

Canadian database helps consumers identify illegally caught fish

2.14.13

Shiver me tuna: Pirate fishermen running wild on the high seas

2.13.13

Survey: Consumers want sustainable seafood

2.13.13

U.S. and EU tackle illegal fishing

2.12.13

NPR three-part series on sustainable seafood

2.12.13

Online training announced for aquaculture producers and importers

2.11.13

Bizarre Foods' Andrew Zimmern eats snakehead in DC

2.11.13

The sockeye's secret compass

2.7.13

MSC reduces label licensing fee

2.6.13

Europe adopts sweeping changes to fishing policy

2.6.13

Sustainable farming initiative brings the river giant paiche to U.S. diners

2.1.13

Ripple effect of storm damage spreads impact far through the seafood supply chain

2.1.13

Research: Seafood holds its own with other proteins

1.31.13

Fish 2.0: Investing in sustainable oceans and fisheries

1.31.13

Competitive protein struggles bode well for seafood

1.30.13

Seafood companies fight fraud with traceability

1.28.13

WWF joins calls for global seafood traceability

1.25.13

Sustainable seafood program launched by Canada Safeway

1.25.13

Restaurants work to increase servers' seafood knowledge

1.24.13

McDonald's U.S. locations to serve MSC-certified fish

1.24.13

Seafood makes the grade for healthy school lunches

1.22.13

Mass. bill carries fines for mislabeled seafood

1.18.13

Scotland plans world's largest onshore salmon farm

1.14.13

The mercury myth: benefits of eating fish while pregnant far outweigh risks

1.9.13

Anyone for char?

1.2.13

A well-managed industry tries to increase product visibility

1.1.13

Independent seafood markets play to their advantages

1.1.13

School lunch program means new nutritionals for seafood processors

1.1.13

2012

Roche Bros. local seafood campaign thrives

12.28.12

Top 10 U.S. seafood stories of 2012

12.26.12

The science of fisheries

12.17.12

Tests say mislabeled fish is a widespread problem

12.11.12

Seafood hot in 2013

12.5.12

Program tracks Gulf of Mexico seafood

12.3.12

NOAA proposes new corals listing under ESA

11.30.12

Wash. State to study ocean acidification

11.28.12

Steps toward sustainable seafood

11.21.12

Santa Monica supports king crab research

11.20.12

Imminent tuna agreement between US and Mexico expected

11.16.12

U.S. Restaurant Chain Farms Lobsters in Malaysia

11.16.12

Seafood counters suffer under rising prices

11.16.12

EU warns 8 countries on illegal fishing

11.15.12

New Zealand fisheries 97% healthy

11.15.12

Regulators approve higher yellowtail flounder catch

11.14.12

Swiss retailer joins call for sustainable tuna

11.14.12

EU to Push for Bluefin Tuna Protection at ICCAT Meeting

11.13.12

Want Sustainable Seafood? Know Your Fisherman

11.13.12

Marine zoning could be bigeye tuna's lifeline

11.13.12

Can eating fish save lives?

11.12.12

La. agencies get BP funds to promote seafood

11.12.12

Florida shrimp farm lures foreign investors

11.10.12

It's Lights! Camera, data for NOAA video program

11.9.12

VIMS finds an 'off' year for rockfish

11.9.12

Another Alaska company RFM certified

11.9.12

Chefs help schools get MSC certified

11.8.12

Dansk Supermarket Frustrated over Lack of Sustainable Skipjack Tuna

11.8.12

NGOs rally for bluefin before ICCAT meeting

11.8.12

No Overfishing - Guaranteed

11.7.12

First farm in Americas ASC certified

11.7.12

Seafood industry aids hurricane victims

11.7.12

NJ seafood association seeks federal disaster aid

11.7.12

Getting the Word Out: Retailers Educate Consumers About Seafood Sustainability

11.6.12

Red King Crab Season Comes to a Close

11.6.12

Darden invests in first integrated lobster park

11.6.12

Shark fin soup—environmental crime or birthright?

11.6.12

Kodiak salmon catch has high value

11.5.12

Md. Watermen Get Extension on Crabbing Season

11.3.12

Is there an answer to keeping Alaska's fish stocks sustainable?

11.3.12

Fish on Fridays: Hurricane Sandy, Climate Change, and the Future of Fish

11.2.12

Sandy washed away demand for seafood

11.2.12

Video spotlights sustainable aquaculture

11.2.12

New illegal fishing threat for Southern Ocean

11.1.12

Farmed fish study examines effects on human health

11.1.12

Sobeys launches traceability program, contest

11.1.12

Walmart strengthens sustainability policy in China

10.31.12

Parents, children want seafood on kids' menus

10.31.12

U.N. urges foreign fishing fleets to halt "ocean grabbing"

10.30.12

Coming soon to Asia: Sustainable fisheries

10.30.12

50% in 10 years: a new global collaboration to restore fisheries

10.29.12

E-book explains value of eating 'The Whole Fish'e

10.27.12

Fukushima fish 'may be inedible for a decade'

10.25.12

Seattle researchers discover breakthrough in shellfish toxins

10.25.12

Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Appoints First Aquaculture Director

10.24.12

Pacific albacore carry barely detectable fingerprints of Fukushima disaster

10.24.12

Wegmans Food Markets Collaborates to Help Improve Fisheries

10.24.12

'Power struggle' holding up EU reforms

10.24.12

First North American plants get Best Aquaculture Practices-certified

10.24.12

Cobia successfully bred in India

10.23.12

North Carolina's inlets give oysters unique flavors

10.23.12

Time, national interests threaten to derail European Common Fisheries Policy reform

10.23.12

Harmonizing sustainability standards

10.23.12

Pesticide protections for Pacific salmon head to court

10.22.12

Dogfish catch regulations eased

10.22.12

Olympic caterer and KFC win MSC certification

10.22.12

U.S. tilapia company accused of fraud

10.22.12

Milbridge company uses ID tags to promote, track lobster

10.21.12

US to help Philippines bring fish back

10.21.12

Race against time on shark-fin trade

10.20.12

Alaska companies stay with MSC

10.19.12

Versatile farmed salmon fills needs and niche

10.19.12

Stone crab season off to slow start

10.19.12

Vessel cited for illegal fishing in Dulac

10.18.12

Parallel proteins: Rising commodity costs help seafood compete with beef and poultry on health and price

10.18.12

Roche Bros Supermarkets and Foley Fish introduce seafood traceability scheme

10.18.12

Pollock B Season Closes With Distant Fishing And Lower Bycatch

10.16.12

Fish again linked to lower stroke risk

10.16.12

Six more Alaska processors FAO Responsible Fisheries Management-certified

10.16.12

Striped bass reproduction hits record low

10.16.12

Boxer: Something Fishy in Seafood Production

10.16.12

Good and bad news for mussels

10.16.12

Tesco increases sustainable seafood offerings to 60 species; features "Catch of the Day"

10.16.12

U.S. seafood retail prices dip

10.15.12

Nonprofits launch seafood study in Maine

10.15.12

Alaska announces 2012/13 crab quotas

10.15.12

A seafood rich diet means living longer

10.15.12

Kroger increases seafood offerings

10.12.12

Aquaculture more eco-friendly than other proteins

10.12.12

Changing climate hurting shellfish market

10.12.12

Record high cod quotas in the Barents Sea

10.12.12

Another Vietnam pangasius farm applies for Aquaculture Stewardship Council certificate

10.12.12

Climate Change and Seafood Supply: Developing Countries Most Vulnerable to Ocean Acidification

10.11.12

Building supplier relationships for seafood sourcing

10.11.12

Online seafood sales projected for growth

10.11.12

Report: EU facilitating illegal fishing

10.11.12

Gulf of Maine phytoplankton productivity plunges

10.10.12

New Zealand scientists make mussel breakthrough

10.10.12

Grupo Andalmar investigates new farmed fish

10.10.12

Phillips launches albacore tuna line

10.9.12

Should pregnant women up fish consumption?

10.9.12

All Recalled Costco Smoked Salmon Cleared or Destroyed, Company Says

10.9.12

NOAA manual for coastal managers gives tips on combating invasive lionfish

10.9.12

Restoring the Urban Sea by Farming It

10.9.12

Eating fish linked to lower risk of stroke

10.6.12

Fishermen cash in on giant demand for squid

10.6.12

In Hawaii, fisheries service relaxes bycatch limits on endangered sea turtles

10.6.12

Oceans' rising acidity a threat to shellfish—and humans

10.6.12

Local northern shrimp may become harder to come by

10.6.12

Fish on Fridays: Omega 3s vs. Mercury—Is Seafood Good for You

10.5.12

Louisiana seeking temporary exemption from TEDs

10.5.12

Celebrate Watermen on National Seafood Month

10.5.12

Frozen seafoods' dollar store success

10.4.12

Fla. oyster industry near collapse

10.4.12

Phillips launches sustainability blog

10.4.12

Tuna Report Solves Problem That Doesn't Exist

10.3.12

Omega-3 may slow aging process, study finds

10.3.12

U.S. industry celebrates National Seafood Month

10.3.12

India's fish production to reach 13 million MT

10.3.12

First Australasia aquaculture plant BAP certified

10.3.12

Indonesian fishery products granted international health certification

10.3.12

Initiative promotes aquaculture to help fight hunger

10.2.12

Korea's largest tuna processor joins International Seafood Sustainability Foundation

10.2.12

Study: Hatchery fish can succeed if bred from wild

10.1.12

For Local Fisheries, a Line of Hope

10.1.12

Climate Change To Shrink Fish By 2050 As Oceans Warm

9.30.12

Fishery managers favor more access to closed areas for struggling fishermen

9.28.12

New Zealand hoki gets MSC certification for a record third time

9.28.12

New Zealand fishing sector foregoes higher orange roughy allowable catch

9.27.12

Ocean Acidification Can Mess with a Fish's Mind

9.27.12

Global fisheries are declining but can still recover, study says

9.27.12

UK fishing volume down, value up

9.27.12

Working Waterfront Festival celebrates New Bedford fishing industry

9.27.12

Counting Fish 101: An Analysis of Fish Stock Assessments

9.27.12

NOAA delays gill-net fishery closure

9.27.12

Study considers plant oil for tuna feed

9.27.12

Scientists surprised at bluefin tuna recovery

9.26.12

Asia-Pacific Region Discussed Sustainable Fisheries Development

9.26.12

Innovative oyster production takes a big step forward

9.26.12

Fish under fire—Alaska state officials field questions, answer complaints from fishermen

9.26.12

La. seafood plants may move if wage increases set

9.26.12

Climate change destroying fisheries

9.25.12

Omega-3 Benefits of Fish Outweigh Mercury Concerns

9.25.12

Friend of the Sea touts ecosystem protection

9.25.12

WWF-Canada Promotes Loblaw, Sustainable Seafood With Cat Video

9.25.12

Alaska sends aid to Japan fishing fleets

9.25.12

N.C. coast needs viable fish houses

9.25.12

Can fish protein cut the fat in fried food?

9.25.12

Global Aquaculture Alliance spreads the word on responsible aquaculture

9.25.12

Nutrient-rich areas, breeding grounds for ocean acidification

9.25.12

Fishing Continues to Top Deadliest Job List

9.25.12

Bon Appetit trains spotlight on local seafood

9.24.12

Ocean creatures face climate consequences

9.24.12

Long John Silver's CEO: National marketing campaign needed for seafood

9.24.12

U.S. Top 10: Whitefish increase in popularity

9.24.12

A watered-down deal for seafood shoppers

9.23.12

Fish on Fridays: Innovations to Increase and Stabilize Fishing Profits

9.21.12

Long-term fisheries sustainability discussed at NAFO annual meeting

9.21.12

Tuna vessels' sustainability efforts now traceable

9.20.12

Fisheries committee proposes alternatives to help struggling fishermen

9.20.12

Low lobster prices keep concerns high

9.20.12

MSC applauds Australia, sustainability initiative

9.20.12

Why Do Americans Eat So Much Tuna Fish?

9.20.12

Genome of the lowly oyster is likely to tell us a lot

9.19.12

Trident Seafoods Casts Consumer Net

9.19.12

Marine Stewardship Council's cautious welcome for new sustainable seafood body

9.19.12

Good salmon genes contribute to more omega-3

9.19.12

Scallopers facing 30 percent catch reduction in each of the next two years

9.19.12

Gulf of Maine Research Institute adds whiting to underutilized-species push

9.19.12

Oceana urges European Parliament to vote for a strict ban on shark finning

9.18.12

American Samoa begins exporting canned tuna

9.18.12

Turning kids on to seafood

9.18.12

New EU project heralds more efficient and sustainable future for Europe's aquaculture industry

9.18.12

McDonald's to do national rollout of pollock-based Fish McBites in February

9.18.12

Taiwan, Japan join forces on fisheries management

9.18.12

World's tuna fisheries failing to mitigate bycatch

9.18.12

Record Catch for Sustainable Seafood

9.17.12

Lower prices, rising costs pummel Alaska fishermen

9.17.12