SeaFood Business

MAY 2013

SeaFood Business is the global trusted authority for seafood buyers and sellers. We are the seafood industry's leading trade magazine with more than 30 years of experience. Our coverage is based on the "business" of buying and selling seafood.

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Inside This Issue SFB Staff and Contributors Departments 8 News Recap 10 44 13 Throw Backs 14 Market Report 18 Retail Report salmon 20 Trade Tracker tilapia 44 People in the News 44 Product Update 45 Seafood Calendar 46 Advertiser Index 48 Columns 4 Editor's Note 5 Point of View Brandii O'Reagan, Icicle Seafoods 47 Seafood Classifeds 48 NetWorking Phil Gibson, Encore Associates ON THE COVER Eartha, the world's largest revolving globe, is located in the headquarters of the DeLorme Mapping Corp. in Yarmouth, Maine. Te globe weighs approximately 5,600 pounds and spans 41 feet in diameter. Photo by Laura Lee Dobson / Courtesy of DeLorme Go online to receive FREE News at or email editor@seafoodsource.com SEAFOOD BUSINESS (ISSN 0889 3217), May 2013, Vol. 32, No. 5, is published monthly by Diversifed Business Communications of 121 Free St., Portland, ME 04101; P.O. Box 7438, Portland, ME 04112-7438. SUBSCRIPTIONS: In the United States, $57 per year. In Canada, $69 per year. In all other countries, $99 per year, air mail only. For subscription information, call (978) 671-0444. Periodicals postage paid at Portland, Maine, and at additional mailing offces. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to SeaFood Business, P.O. Box 1741, Lowell, MA 01853. Canada Post International Publications Mail product (Canadian Distribution) Sales Agreement No. 40028984, SeaFood Business. Return Undeliverable Canadian Addresses to Circulation Dept. or DPGM, 4960-2 Walker Road, Windsor, ON N9A 6J3. Printed in U.S.A. From time to time, we make your name and address available to other companies whose products and services may interest you. If you prefer not to receive such mailings, please send a copy of your mailing label to SeaFood Business' Mailing Preference Service, P.O. Box 7438, Portland, ME 04112-7438. 2 SeaFood Business May 2013 n SeaFood Business Senior Editor James Wright has more than a decade of experience covering the U.S. seafood industry. Jamie, who joined the staff in 2005, has penned more than 40 Top Stories, reporting on issues like economic fraud, labor, ocean acidifcation and bluefn tuna. He lives in South Portland, Maine. For this month's Top Story, Wright reached out to more than 40 of the continent's largest seafood suppliers in an effort to rank them by annual sales. He found them to be a confdent group with both eyes on the future. "The theme of the story is growth; everybody's looking to grow their business and increase revenue. And some have been pretty successful at that, namely the top canned-tuna producers," he says. "But not all companies' success is supply-driven, dependent on big tuna catches and Alaska salmon runs. Others fuel growth with strategic acquisitions. With favorable interest rates for borrowing money, I'd expect the consolidation trend to continue." n Christine Blank, who writes our What's in Store retail-seafood feature, also contributes to SeafoodSource.com. Christine has been covering the retail and restaurant industries for more than 15 years. She resides in Lake Mary, Fla. n Contributing Editor Lauren Kramer is a freelance journalist who lives in British Columbia with her husband and four children. Lauren, who writes our Behind the Line restaurant feature, loves to read, write and travel. n Doug Stewart is a production associate for SeaFood Business, National Fisherman and WorkBoat magazines and serves as art director for the Boston Show Daily. Join us...

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