In this new world of mass disruption trade is an ever-changing landscape.
The latest switch in the trade winds has been a 70 percent drop in Russian exports to China's burgeoning reprocessing industry. With no apparent plans to return to the market any time soon, is China's position as the world's biggest seafood re-processor becoming untenable?
Another story posing questions last week was the news -- or lack of news -- from US East Coast land-based salmon project Whole Oceans.
It has permits in place and 100 acres of land in its pocket, but four years and three CEOs later, the company appears to have made little progress.
Does it mark a falling out of love between the investment community and the sector?
Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry, Correspondent John Evans, Senior Reporter Rachel Sapin and Executive Editor John Fiorillo discuss.