• Trade & Commerce Blog

    Science Scoffs at Sweden’s North American Lobster Claims

    If you’ve been following Sweden’s attempt to ban North American Lobsters you know about the country’s claim that the discovery of 32 lobsters over the course of seven years constitutes an invasi...

  • Health Blog

    Eat This Not That Slips One Step Closer to Internet Obscurity

    Once a quick go-to source for nutrition nuggets that mom and millennials could trust Eat This Not That has slipped yet another step closer to the click bait engine it has slowly been evolving into. Th...

  • Health Blog

    Seriously… what is wrong with Time Magazine?

    Yesterday at 9:04 am we reached out to Time Magazine reporter Alice Park, noting that there were no voices in her Environmental Working Group (EWG) mercury story presenting anything other than an EWG ...

  • Sustainability Blog

    New York Times Promotes Preposterous Oceans Parable

    The Old Gray Lady has a well-documented propensity for embracing the panacea of smiley, happy, universal sustainability without digging too far into the reality of some of its favorite strategies.  J...

  • Trade & Commerce Blog

    Canadian OpEd: Will fish be on the menu at upcoming State dinner?

    An OpEd in The Hill Times, a Canadian paper covering politics, emphasizes efforts by the Canadian fishing community and government to eliminate Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU) fishing glo...

  • Trade & Commerce Blog

    Balanced Budget Blueprint Calls for Elimination of Catfish Program

    The Washington, D.C. based Heritage Foundation is out with its new blueprint for balancing the Federal Budget and one of its recommendations is to “repeal the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USD...

  • Sustainability Blog

    Tech Insider uses Cod as Clickbait

    This isn’t the first time we’ve had to reach out to Business/Tech Insider about inaccuracies in a seafood story, and it’s not the first time they’ve given us no response. Don’t you just hate...

  • Sustainability Blog

    NFI Crab Council Seeks New Asia Liaison

    The National Fisheries Institute's (NFI) Crab Council is looking for a new Asia Liaison. The position is the primary in-region contact for the Council's fishery improvement projects and works collabor...

  • Sustainability Blog

    Greenpeace The Remora Of Global Seafood

    If you read the seafood trades today you might have noticed coverage leading up to this week’s SeaWeb Seafood Summit. Undercurrent News talked to migrant rights’ activist Andy Hall who, “praised...

  • Sustainability Blog

    Greenpeace Illustrates How Out Of Touch It Can Be

    As Greenpeace continues its efforts to raise funds by randomly attaching itself to any issue it thinks will garner a headline, the group’s hyperbolic talking-point- diarrhea has apparently struck ag...

Media Blog

    GG CCTV Screen GrabWhether it’s the tip of a hat for a job well done or a demand for correction keep up with NFI’s latest media work on the Media Blog from NFI's Vice President for Communications Gavin Gibbons.