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.

Half a world away Chile farmed salmon suppliers are being forced to rethink strategy amid a coronavirus retail 'boom'.

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.

Meantime, we asked every major land-based salmon farmer how they're tackling off-flavor problems. Here's what they said.

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.