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FishNews – July 30, 2020


Recent U.S. Fishing Years Marked by Economic Gains, Milestones in Sustainability
Nearly $13 Million in NOAA Funding Recommended for Coastal and Marine Habitat Restoration Projects
30 Years of New Frontiers: Why Send Teachers to Sea?
West Coast: Meet Laurel Jennings, Marine Habitat Resource Specialist
Meet Terill Hollweg, Marine Habitat Resource Specialist
Southeast: Meet Ian Zink, Marine Habitat Resource Specialist with NOAA’s Deepwater Horizon Restoration Program

Clipper Oil: Latest Fishing News – American Report Indicates Pacific Tuna Fisheries Weathering COVID-19 Well


American Report Indicates Pacific Tuna Fisheries Weathering COVID-19 Well
Coronavirus Has Americans Hooked on Canned Tuna, and Producers Are Playing Catch Up
Suspension of Vital Pacific Fisheries Observers Set to Continue
There’s Going to Be a Lot Less Canned Tuna. Here’s Why
Amazing Albacore: Commercial Tuna Season Starts Strong
Chicken of the Sea Rolls Out New Tuna, Salmon Line

Clipper Oil: Latest Fishing News – Fisheries Observer Safety A Key Focus, As FFA Wraps Up Annual Meeting


Fisheries Observer Safety A Key Focus, As FFA Wraps Up Annual Meeting
Tri Marine Chief: Tuna Prices Set Low Due to High Supply., Declining Demand
Ghana Flagged Purse Seiner (F/V Panofi Frontier) Hijacked By Pirates Returns to Tema Port
Boston Seafood Show Officially Cancelled for 2020
Chinese Overfishing Threatens Development of West African Fishing Sector

Clipper Oil: Latest Fishing News – ISSF Tallies 7% Decline in the Worldwide Tuna Purse Seiner Fleet


Upcoming Minimum Wage Hike May Doom Canning Operations in American Samoa
EU Expected to Remove Tariff on Vietnamese Tuna in August
Sustainability – More Important Than Price
Exchange of Maritime Boundaries Data to Boost Fisheries Monitoring, Control and Surveillance in Region
ISSF Tallies 7% Decline in the Worldwide Tuna Purse Seine Fleet
Thai Union Trails AI System to Eradicate Bad Fishing Practices

Clipper Oil: Latest Fishing News – Bumble Bee Seafood Commits $40 Million To Sustainability Measures


Bumble Bee Seafood Commits $40 Million To Sustainability Measures
FAO Predicts Lasting Negative Effects For Seafood From COVID-19
Tuna – World’s Most Consumed Fish
Spanish Tuna Fishing Group Signs UN Global Compact’s Sustainable Ocean Principles
Shanghai International Tuna Trading Center Was Established and Market Sales Price Is Expected to be Reduced by 30%
EU Processors Urge Swift Delivery of Quota Regulation

FishNews – June 4, 2020


Keeping Your Seafood Safe So You Can Eat Seafood, America!
Did you know the U.S. is one of the world’s biggest suppliers of seafood? Our National Seafood Inspection Lab plays an important role in ensuring food safety and quality standards are met. Just one of the reasons you should Eat Seafood, America! Learn more about the lab and meet some of the experts who work there!
Highlight: 2020 Species Recovery Grant Awardees Announced
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Clipper Oil: Latest Fishing News – Pacific Fisheries Officials Extend Observer Requirement Suspensions to 31 July


Pacific Fisheries Officials Extend Observer Requirement Suspensions to 31 July
World’s Largest Seafood Company Reports Lower Profits
A Tuna Comeback? Shelf Stable Tuna Sales in the U.S. Were Up 146.5% vs. 2019 for the Week Ending March 14
Thai Union Plant Sends Workers Home After One Tests Positive for COVID-19
Fish Councils Look For Ways To Bounce Back From Pandemic
Time to Turn Around Europe’s Tuna Farming Sector