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Week in Review: Trident, High Liner, Cooke and more

Recap another busy week in seafood.

Happy Monday! Time for a quick recap of the week to prep you for the coming days. It's a short week for US companies with Thanksgiving, which means holiday spending will get underway.

Anchovy blues. Peruvian regulators shocked the sector with a dramatically lower anchovy quota. That's not good news for attempts to sell China Fishery.

Slip sliding away.Norwegian salmon prices continue to decline ahead of Christmas and New Year.

Trident keeps on trucking.It's been a big year for the US giant.

See you in court.Cooke's battle with NGOs is taking shape.

Whole country. Upstart frozen fish brand LoveTheWild looks like it might be for real.

Teacher's pet. A Canadian investment fund is now the owner of North America's largest mussel producer.

Getting high.Prices are rising, and High Liner is struggling.

Bristol Bay boom:Regulators said we can all expect another monster run of sockeye salmon next year.

Have a great week!


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