First up as IntraFish stepped up a gear in its coronavirus coverage Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry outlined his views on the 9 ways coronavirus is changing seafood forever.
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Against the background of a vastly changed landscape for everyone on earth at least until the outbreak passes, IntraFish reported on India's shrimp farming industry bracing for coronavirus shock waves.
As foodservice demand collapses everywhere 'restaurants are dying a quick death,' IntraFish Executive Editor John Fiorillo argued in a typically incisive column.
In related news Brussels seafood show owners proposed new dates.
But as the week drew to a close it emerged that the Boston and Brussels show organizer is facing a $35 million hole.
In other news, a group of prominent Norwegian businessmen have been quietly crafting a plan for a sizable land-based Atlantic salmon farm outside Reno, Nevada, sources familiar with the project told IntraFish.
In a similar vein private equity group 8F Asset Management secured $360 million in funding for land-based salmon farming projects.
Events took an unexpected turn this week as Alaska pollock all-star Torunn Halhjem left Trident Seafoods.
Finally in a story crossing over into the retail and feed spheres, Ikea and Tesco are urging the aquaculture industry to risk 'mega-expense' and invest in algae-fed fish.