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New England scallop plan development team make 2019 – 2020 quota recommendations - 10.11.18

The New England Fisheries Management Council’s scallop plan development team, along with the Scientific and Statistical Committee (SSC), have recommended high scallop quotas for 2019 and 2020 in light of the region having the largest amounts of exploitable biomass seen since 1975.

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2019 scallop season will likely see big numbers - 10.03.18

The 2019-2020 scallop season will likely see record numbers of scallops landed, according to surveys by the New England Fisheries Management Council. 

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The US organic shrimp market is niche, with 45,000 metric tons of potential - 08.22.18

Today’s consumers are willing to pay a premium for organic shrimp

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Nervous about cooking Salmon? - 08.15.18

Here are 4 ways to help...

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US fisheries report reveals all-time-low numbers of overfishing, overfished stocks - 08.10.18

Evolving quotas for fisheries, as well as determining stocks, will require diligence from NOAA and other management agencies

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Pollution and overfishing top seafood consumers’ concerns - 08.09.18

A new study suggests seafood consumers across the globe are united in thinking that the biggest threat to the oceans is pollution, followed by overfishing.

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83% of seafood consumers worldwide thinks we must protect resources for future generations. - 08.08.18

About 72% of seafood consumers demands sustainability from supermarkets, according to MSC

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Japanese seven-spice calamari - 08.08.18

Pull together your own Japanese marinade featuring the classic ginger-soy power duo with a traditional Japanese spice mix to pack a punch.

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Top 5 Retail Seafood Trends of 2017 - 01.13.17

We at Raw Seafoods love to pass on seafood industry news that other's might find valuable. Read what SeafoodSource News thinks the trends for 2017 might be...

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