Daily Recap: Grieg's operations in Norway and Canada could raise more than $1 billion; Salmon season begins on the Copper River in Alaska

Here's a roundup of the top daily seafood stories from Friday, May 17:

Arctic said Grieg could fetch more than $1 billion if Norway and Canada are available for sale

According to an analyst report and two well-informed sources obtained by Undercurrent News, Norwegian company Grieg Seafood may be looking for a buyer for its entire business, rather than just an investor for its operations on Canada's east and west coasts.

Alaska salmon season begins in Copper River; Silver Bay lists base prices for 2024

Alaska's commercial salmon season opened on Thursday (May 16) with the opening of the Copper River fishery in the Prince William Sound region and a pre-season announcement from Silver Bay Seafoods about this year's base ex-vessel prices Bang leaving to pay for Bristol Bay Sockeye […]

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