In Conservation and Management of U.S. Fisheries
As with any
commodity, fish and seafood exports are only as strong as the underlying
production industry. This story illustrates how the Northwest Atlantic sea
scallop and Alaska salmon sectors have laid the groundwork for sustainable
yields, harvests and exports.
Upscale Seafood Processing Industry Nets U.S. Catch
Prospects abound for
U.S. exports to Canada's fish and seafood industry.
Lobster Lands a Big Success in the EU
Consumers in three of
the European Union's most discriminating food markets - Italy, France and Spain
- are making a place on their palates for American lobster.
Up Sub-Saharan Africa's Market Potential For U.S. Fish and Seafood
Africa has low levels of per capita seafood consumption, the subcontinent offers
great opportunities for U.S. products.
for U.S. Fish and Seafood Exporters
Here's a list of contacts to help you
link up with sources of information on exporting, aquaculture and more.
of Opportunity for World and U.S. Fish and Seafood Trade
While neither stormy
seas nor all smooth sailing, the world's awash in opportunities for
producers and exporters of U.S. fish and seafood. This two-page spread charts
salient features of world and U.S. fisheries and trade.
China, Fish Means Prosperity
With an aggressive
food processing market and a culture that finds fish and seafood suitable to any
occasion, from an everyday dinner to a family celebration to a business deal,
China offers big rewards to U.S. suppliers.
Korea Offers Net Opportunities for U.S. Seafood
Liberalization of its
fish and seafood trade, growing popularity of a wide array of processed
products, a vibrant export and re-export market and a strong economic recovery
mean net opportunities for U.S. suppliers in the South Korean market.
Has a Big Appetite for Fish and Seafood
and also re-exported, total imports of fish and seafood in Singapore weighed in
at over 1200,000 metric tins in 2000.
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Volume XV, No. 1
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