Introducing Handy Seafood’s NEW OLD BAY Crab Cake Minis

November 13, 2023 Handy Seafood

Handy Seafood presents the OLD BAY® Crab Cake Minis, a testament to the company’s commitment to delivering innovative taste experiences to the frozen seafood department. The rich heritage of Maryland-style cuisine comes to life in these hand-crafted mini crab cakes.

Boundary Bay Commercial Crab Fleet Investigations Lead to Major Fines, Forfeitures, and One Fishing Prohibition

Recent investigations by fishery officers with Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) into the Boundary Bay commercial crab fleet have resulted in several convictions in Surrey Provincial Court. Four vessel masters received fines and forfeitures totalling over $287,000. One captain also received a first-ever fishing prohibition.

Billions of Snow Crabs are Missing

July 17, 2023 Julia O’Malley, Grist

Some 330 people, most of them Indigenous, live in the village of St. Paul, about 800 miles west of Anchorage, where the local economy depends almost entirely on the commercial snow crab business. Over the last few years, 10 billion snow crabs have unexpectedly vanished from the Bering Sea.

Blue Star Foods Signs $1M Supply Agreement with Bloomin’ Brands

June 8, 2023 Blue Star Foods

Blue Star Foods Corp., an integrated Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) sustainable seafood company with a focus on Recirculatory Aquaculture Systems (RAS), is pleased to announce it has entered into a new $1 million supply agreement with Bloomin’ Brands.

NFI Red Crab Council Continues Fishery Improvement Work in China

The NFI Red Crab Council and its sustainability partners, Ocean Outcomes (O2), are proud to announce they’re entering year 5 of the comprehensive Red Crab Fisheries Improvement Project (FIP) in China. Given the continued progress of the FIP and its ongoing efforts to improve the sustainability of 40,000 mt of crab caught by trawls and pots in the Minnan-Taiwan Bank, the FIP was recently awarded an ‘A’ rating on for producing tangible outcomes on-the-water.