Australian farm produce and seafood worth about $3 billion will continue to be exported on special flights until at least the end of the year.
When Suquamish Seafoods held its opening ceremony for its new retail store off Highway 305 in Poulsbo, Washington, this January, things looked promising.
Members of the Norwegian Seafood Association are participating in an industry-wide collaboration to use blockchain and create a more transparent supply chain.
Atea, Sjømatbedriftene (the Norwegian Seafood Association) and IBM are collaborating to use blockchain technology to share seafood supply chain data for Norway’s seafood industry.
Jan Tharp began her career in consumer packaged goods nearly 30 years ago as a packaging engineer. She joined the San Diego-based Bumble Bee Seafood Co. as SVP of operations a decade ago and was named COO in October 2012.
Calls to boycott Chinese products have left the Indian seafood exporters fearing retaliation even as the military standoff between the two neighbours threatens to derail economic ties.
The pandemic and climate change are creating extreme hardship among small-scale fishermen. A new order boosting offshore aquaculture and relaxing fishery regulations is adding to existing U.S. wild fisheries’ woes.