National Fisheries Institute Statement on the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health

The National Fisheries Institute (NFI) is pleased to see the White House increasing its focus on healthy eating and access to nutritious foods. This September’s Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health will not only highlight the impact of eating healthy with American families but with regulators and policymakers as well.

NFI’s Top 10 List Offers a Look Back in Time

In 2020, Americans ate 19 pounds of seafood per capita, down slightly from 19.3 pounds in 2019. The onset of COVID-19 brought significant disruption to traditional business operations and consumer behaviors. While restaurants were forced to shutter, there was an impressive up-tick in seafood purchases at retail but apparently not enough to find an equilibrium in the first full year of the pandemic.

National Fisheries Institute’s Crab Council Statement on the passing of Dr. Hawis Madduppa

The Blue Swimming Crab sustainability community has lost a dedicated researcher, a visionary leader and friend in Dr. Hawis Madduppa.

National Fisheries Institute Statement on Reinstatement of Tariff Exclusions

The National Fisheries Institute (NFI) is pleased to have helped lead the effort to reduce costs for its members and promote free and fair trade through the reduction of tariffs.

Australian Government Report Titled “Don’t Mince Words” Targets Plant-Based Labeling

The Australian Senate Committee with oversight of fisheries and agriculture issues has released a report, titled “Don’t mince words,” in which it recommends the development of a “National Information Standard that defines and restricts the use of meat category brands to animal protein products” only.