NOAA’s Landings Data Shows Rebound Year for Louisiana Shrimp Fishery in 2022

February 3, 2023 Southern Shrimp Alliance

The Fishery Monitoring Branch of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Fisheries’ Southeast Fisheries Science Center released preliminary shrimp landings data from the Gulf of Mexico and the South Atlantic for October 2022.

New School Foods Unveils Scalable Muscle Fiber and Scaffolding Technology for Whole-cut Meat Alternatives

February 3, 2023 New School Foods

Plant-based seafood producer New School Foods publicly announced its proprietary, scalable technologies for the plant-based meat industry, capable of producing whole-cut fish alternatives that look and cook just like ordinary seafood. The company also announced $12 million USD in seed funding from global investors.

Gorton’s Seafood Unveils Innovative Air Fried Products

February 2, 2023 Gorton's Seafood

Gorton’s Seafood, the nation’s leading frozen prepared seafood producer, announced Wednesday the launch of two new products, Air Fried Fish Fillets and Air Fried Butterfly Shrimp. Now available nationwide, Gorton’s Air Fried products combine the delicious fresh taste of seafood with a light, crispy breading that has 50% less fat.

National Fisheries Institute Congratulates Trident Seafoods on 50 Years

As Trident Seafoods celebrates its 50th anniversary, the National Fisheries Institute is reminded how hard work, coupled with faith, family, imagination, and ingenuity can transform a single vessel into one of the most successful seafood companies in the world.

New Emergency Rule Bans Fishermen From Parts of Massachusetts Bay for 3 Months

February 1, 2023 Eli Curwin, Boston.com

An emergency rule from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or (NOAA) will prohibit fishermen from parts of Massachusetts Bay, the administration announced Tuesday.