Seafood opinion and insight
Is the era of generic seafood marketing coming to a close?
Does the MSC really want greater seafood consumption?
International seafood procurement director agrees with IntraFish Editor John Fiorillo's recent column and says MSC certification is 'always about the money.'
Oversupply, dropping pricing, ruthless competition. It seems like we've heard it all before.
You often see displays of board-hard frozen fillets that are less than appealing visually, and these frozen slabs of salmon sit in the case dripping purge as they thaw. That's just wrong.
Trump's first forays into international trade negotiations don't bode well for seafood.
Get ready for a year of uncertainty like no other.
The WWF and MSC had an embarrassing public fight, but it's what the groups did afterward that is more disturbing.
Environmental Justice Foundation responds to recent article, suggesting Thailand would deserve a 'green card' from the EU for its efforts to clean up its fishing act.
NGO claims the comprehensive 53-page report bearing its logo was not in final form and should not be considered WWF’s official expression of opinion.
Seafood Nutrition Partnership's grassroots seafood promo efforts are getting results.
We don't know much about life with Trump, but a few things are clear.
There’s a precedent for the seafood industry under Trump. And yes, it’s exactly what you think it is.
Don’t talk about it, don’t mention it.
Layers of certification in the supply chain risk pricing seafood out of the market.
There is a master plan for selling more seafood. Now get out and use it.
Is this an opportunity for the harvest sector to demonstrate that the beginning of the supply chain is free of labor problems or just an unnecessary new certification?
US pollock producers believe they'll begin to think differently once they know the facts.
It's National Seafood Month in the US, but it's scary how few seafood companies seem to care. No more excuses. We have to fix National Seafood Month.
Northern cod is on the path to recovery, but proper management is critical, argues an executive from one Canadian firm.