Judge’s Rejection of Lobstering Ban Draws Praise of Industry, Ire of Environmentalists

Lobster industry advocates and environmental groups offered starkly different reactions Sunday to a judge’s decision blocking a federal ban on lobstering in a section of the Gulf of Maine designed to protect the endangered right whale.

Salmones Austral Announces New at-Home Delivery of its Legendary Chilean Salmon With the Launch of Secret Island

October 20, 2021 Secret Island

Salmones Austral, a leader in aquaculture and salmon production, announced today the launch of Secret Island. Born out of the crystal waters of Chilean Patagonia, Secret Island’s specialty salmon is sustainably sourced and flash-frozen at peak freshness to deliver a premium at-home dining experience.

Wild Planet Wins Good Housekeeping Sustainable Innovation Award

October 20, 2021 Wild Planet

Wild Planet Foods, the first large-scale sustainably focused canned seafood company in the country, is pleased to announce that its new Ready-to-Eat Wild Tuna, Bean & Corn Salad won  Good Housekeeping’s Sustainable Innovation Award in the “Smarter, Healthier Food & Kitchen” category.

Famed Celebrity Chef Nancy Fuller to Keynote Third GAPP Annual Meeting

Food Network-famed Chef Nancy Fuller will deliver the Surimi-themed keynote address at its third annual meeting, the Association of Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers (GAPP) announced today. Fuller, the well-known host of her show Farmhouse Rules and renowned judge on Food Network’s Holiday and Spring Baking Championships, partnered last year with GAPP and Trident to introduce surimi seafood game-day recipes to consumers during the popular Super Bowl season.

Food Hero: Cameroon’s Shrimp Entrepreneur

October 19, 2021 UN News Centre

Cameroon sits on the Atlantic coast where Western and Central Africa meet. It was named “Rio dos Camarões” or, “River of Prawns”, by Portuguese explorers, because of the abundance of the crustaceans they discovered in the area.