B.C. Shellfish Growers Experiencing A Watershed Moment

West Coast growers have endured a tough couple of years as the COVID-19 pandemic dried up demand from restaurants and international markets, and extreme temperatures in June cooked countless beach-grown oysters and clams alive in their shells.

National Fisheries Institute Statement on Resumption of Molluscan Shellfish Trade to the European Union

“Today’s announcement from the United States Trade Representative (USTR) that live, raw, and processed bivalve molluscan shellfish trade to and from the EU will resume is a welcome development.  This agreement creates new markets for many U.S. exporters of Massachusetts and Washington states’ molluscan shellfish.”

In Virginia, Country’s Top Oyster-Breeding Facility Gets Upgrade to Match

January 6, 2022 Jeremy Cox, Bay Journal

The Virginia Institute of Marine Science plans to open a new oyster-breeding and research facility at its Gloucester Point campus by spring 2022.

Les Pêcheries Marinard Accelerates Growth with Investment from Canadian Fishing Industry Leader Daley Seafoods

January 4, 2022 Daley Seafoods

The success story of Les Pêcheries Marinard continues in Quebec’s fishing industry. Daley Seafoods, a leading seafood processor and distributor, is investing in the Rivière-au-Renaud company, significantly expanding its’ presence as one of the top producers of premium, sustainable shellfish to domestic and international markets.

Wild Fish Restaurant in Pacific Grove Teams Up with Hog Island Oyster Co., a Leading Supplier of Sustainable Shellfish

October 19, 2021 Wild Fish

Oyster lovers rejoice! Wild Fish Restaurant in Pacific Grove is proud announce a partnership and to add Hog Island Oyster Co. oysters to their menu of high-quality sustainable seafood.