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Clipper Oil: Latest Fishing News – NOAA Fisheries Report Reveals COVID-19 Impact on US Seafood Industry


NOAA Fisheries Report Reveals COVID-19 Impact on US Seafood Industry
Japan’s Maruha Nichiro Snaps Up Vietnam-Based Sai Gon Food
South America Plans Regional Response to China’s Squid Fleet
Sysco Tightens Seafood Sustainability Policy to Require More MSC- and ASC-Certified Seafood
Big Brands, Small Firms Offer Pandemic Aid to Thailand’s Migrant Workers
USCG Suspends its Search for Crew of Abandoned Longliner
Thai Union Ingredients Launches New Product Made From Tuna Bone

SeafoodNews.com Tuesday, January 12, 2021


One Week Before “A” Season Unalaska Renews “Hunker Down” Orders, UniSea in Partial Lockdown
Despite “Extremely Large” Biomass, Sitka Sound Sac Roe Herring Harvest Will be <20,000 tons
December Toyosu Wholesale 6% Decrease; Crabs and Ikura Salmon Roe Did Well, But Not Herring Roe
Chicken of the Sea Announces Price-fixing Litigation Settlement
Bristol Seafood Invests in Alaska Cod Capabilities
A Miami Market Where the Fish Fly
Alaska Fish Radio: Boards of Fish and Game Meet to Discuss Meeting Delays

Clipper Oil: Latest Fishing News – IOTC Publishes 2021 Yellowfin Tuna Catch Limits


IOTC Published 2021 Yellowfin Tuna Catch Limits
South Korean Exports of Fishery Goods Down 7.4% in 2020 on Pandemic Fallout
American Samoa Begins Administering Second Doses of COVID-19 Vaccine
Mass COVID Testing For Thai Union Employees
1st Flight From Hawaii to American Samoa Planned for Late January
Chinese Development Firm Signs Deal to Develop Brunei Fishing Port

Seafood Source: Trump vetoes driftnet bill


Joint Packard, Walton report identifies five key seafood sustainability focus areas
Trump vetoes driftnet bill, Feinstein plans to refile
Santa Monica Seafood buys out JV partner in growing Ethos Seafood
US CBP takes action against Taiwanese trawler, accusing it of using forced labor
New Dietary Guidelines for Americans urge seafood consumption
Herring product recalled over potential listeria contamination

Clipper Oil: Latest Fishing News – Marshall Islands Fisheries Revenue Expected to Drop 20 Percent


Marshall Islands Fisheries Revenue Expected to Drop 20 Percent
Contradictions Block the Way to a WTO Deal on Ending Fishing Subsidies
Thai Virus Cases Climb As Stricter Border Surveillance Ordered
Recovery in sight after Covid-19 Takes Toll on GenSan’s Economy
Bumble Bee Tuna Named Best New Packaging Redesign of 2020
IPNLF urges WCPFC to Take Action on Fish-Aggregating Devices

Clipper Oil: Latest Fishing News – IATTC’s Emergency Session Agrees to Extend Conservation Measures Into 2021


IATTC’s Emergency Session Agrees to Extend Conservation Measures Into 2021
Pacific Tuna Fishery Protections in Place for 2021
Despite Efforts to Encourage Adoption of Social Standards, WCPFC Declines to Take Action
Chinese Cast Net Over Neglected PNG Border Zone
Satellite Data Identifies Companies Fishing in High Seas
Pacifical Joins Global Tuna Alliance
Pacific Island Nations Wary of Chinese Fishing Fleets

SeafoodNews.com Tuesday, December 15,2020


Today’s Top Story: BOEM Gives Seafood Industry a Breather: Vineyard Wind Process Terminated
Meanwhile, the seafood industry was the winner in the state of Massachusetts’ tax credit program. With office expansions postponed due to work-from-home policies. Learn more here.
In other news, a class-action lawsuit was filed on December 4, 2020 in the U.S. District Court of New York’s Eastern District, on allegations of falsely representing the Pebble Mine to inflate stock prices. Learn more here.

Clipper Oil: Latest Fishing News – Unprecedented Threat For Eastern Pacific Tuna Fishery


Unprecedented Threat For Eastern Pacific Tuna Fishery
GTA Expresses Profound Disappointment at Lack of Tropical Tuna Management in Eastern Pacific
IATTC to Hold Emergency Meeting to Discuss 2021 Plans
Seafood Sustainability Foundation Reports Most World Tuna Stocks in Good Shape
Pew’s Glen Holmes Calls For WCPFC to Step Up on Observer, Data-Sharing Requirements