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World's leading provider of news and analysis on the seafood, aquaculture and commercial fisheries sector at www.intrafish.com.

    How Alaska pollock is reinventing itself

    How Alaska pollock is reinventing itself

    We're talking more about Alaska pollock, more of the time. That's because the traditionally production-focused industry is starting to learn about this thing called...(snap, snap)...ah yes, marketing. The IntraFish team discusses the efforts to turn Alaska pollock, industrial groundfish, into Wild Alaska Pollock: Superfish. Can the industry pull it off?

    • 24分
    Samherji scandal, Lischewski's guilty verdict, seafood's dismal PR skills

    Samherji scandal, Lischewski's guilty verdict, seafood's dismal PR skills

    Drew Cherry, Nina Unlay, Rachel Sapin and John Evans break down the biggest stories in December so far: the Samherji cash-for-quotas scandal, the guilty verdict of Bumble Bee CEO Chris Lischewski, and the terrible, horrible, no-good PR strategy in the seafood industry.

    • 25分
    The circular economy catches up with seafood

    The circular economy catches up with seafood

    One word: plastics. As retailers ramp up commitments on recycling and sustainable materials, the seafood industry is facing major changes. Reporter Nina Unlay talks about the changes to come. Also, correspondent John Evans gives an update on the Chile salmon crisis and the good news on Peru's anchovy quota.

    • 16分
    Antibiotics in shrimp, Chile's salmon crisis, the Cooke video

    Antibiotics in shrimp, Chile's salmon crisis, the Cooke video

    From bad to worse in the salmon farming industry as Chile's unrest hits logistics, Canada battles Trudeau, undercover activists give a bad look at Cooke. On the shrimp side, the GOAL conference in Chennai, India gave a look at the deep drop in supply, and the fish against disease while reducing antibiotics. With Drew Cherry, Demi Korban, Rachel Sapin and John Evans.

    • 20分
    Oh Canada! You kept our reporters busy this week

    Oh Canada! You kept our reporters busy this week

    In Canada, we got to see it all this week. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party pledged to phase out netpen salmon farming by 2025, and move to closed-containment systems. On the other coast, the political climate is more welcoming. Finally, Canadian wild salmon has given up its Marine Stewardship Council certification. No Canadians on the podcast, but Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry, Executive Editor John Fiorillo and Business Reporter Rachel Sapin gave their opinions from a safe 150 miles to the south.

    • 26分
    Who's afraid of artificial seafood?

    Who's afraid of artificial seafood?

    The seafood industry is up in arms about the flood of cell- and plant-based artificial seafood, and its potential impact on the market, particularly when they use negative misinformation about real seafood as a marketing tactic. But how much of a threat is it? Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry and Executive Editor John Fiorillo discuss in this very special episode.

    • 21分

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