Virus Outbreak Hits Louisiana Shrimp Industry Hard

March 31, 2020 Colin Campo, Houma Today

Regulations and foreign trade have battered local shrimpers for years, and the economic quagmire caused by Covid-19 is only adding to the problems.

COVID-19 Concerns Delay Southern N.B. Lobster Season 1 Month

March 31, 2020 Gail Harding, CBC News

With the lobster fishery delayed for one month in fishing areas 36 and 37 in southern New Brunswick, others with fisheries set to open in mid-April and early May are waiting to see what will happen to their seasons because of COVID-19.

BluGlacier Debuts Phase One of its New Wellness Rebranding Initiatives Amid The Covid-19 Pandemic to Bring Immediate Value to Consumers at Home

March 31, 2020 BluGlacier

BluGlacier, one of Chile’s largest salmon importers to the U.S., unveiled phase one of its new corporate wellness branding initiatives today. Amid the COVID-19

The Porsche of Beef

If USDA Choice were a basic Volkswagen, U.S. cattlemen should be producing the Audis and Porsches made by the same company.

Perdue Farms Confirms Positive Case of COVID-19 at Perry, Georgia Production Facility

March 31, 2020 Perdue Farms

Perdue Farms learned today that an Associate at our Perry, Georgia Further Processing facility, who has not been to work for more than a week, has tested positive for COVID-19.