Lessons From 'The Last Clam': Casco Bay Shellfish 'Renaissance'

Tim Johnson of Harpswell had been clamming for more than 30 years when, in 2014, he hung up his hoe. Between predators such as the invasive green crab and other factors, the flats just weren’t profitable any more. In fact, the legal amount of softshell clams being harvested are down 70 percent since the green crab invasion of recent years, Brunswick Marine Resources Officer Dan Devereaux said.

Seafood Farmers Support Senate Call For A New Aquaculture Act

Canada's seafood farmers and the Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance today supported the unanimous recommendations by the Senate Standing Committee of Fisheries and Oceans including the call for a new national Aquaculture Act, the first federal act of its kind in Canada.

King & Prince Seafood Launches Gluten Free Encrusted Tilapia

July 31, 2015 King & Prince Seafood

King & Prince Seafood® is pleased to announce the launch of its newest products featuring Fish Market Fresh® Potato Crusted Tilapia and Fish Market Fresh® Panko Crusted Tilapia. Each tilapia is raised in deep-water lakes in the purest conditions and trimmed by hand yielding a clean & consistent flavor every time.

US Mulls Scrapping Tariffs On Japanese Beef For TPP

The United States is arranging to abolish its tariffs on imports of Japanese beef over a period of around 10 years under the Trans-Pacific Partnership, according to negotiation sources.

Expansion Adding Jobs At Specialty Foods Group In Kentucky

A meat packaging company in business for more than 100 years in western Kentucky is celebrating an expansion that will add dozens of jobs.