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Volume Vol. 25 Edition No. 11

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  • CatfishDomestic production falls, as imports continue to rise
  • Studies tout health benefits of seafood and downplay risks
  • Hillman accused of hiring illegal aliens
  • HalibutPrices have hit new highs, but cost hasn't yet put a major dent in demand
  • Wild salmonAs Alaska moves toward higher-value products, the West Coast braces for another lost season
  • TilapiaPopular farmed whitefish a serious contender on the U.S. top-10 seafood list
  • Atlantic salmonWith farmed salmon in demand, buyers look to Canada
  • American lobsterValue-added products represent opportunity to expand market
  • SwordfishDemand for swordfish plateaus, while landings and imports decline
  • Yellowfin tunaDemand remains strong, but the uncertainty of Mother Nature and increased fuel costs make pricing unpredictable
  • CrabsNo relief in sight for snow crab until Alaska's Bering Sea fishery picks up
  • King crabThis high-end crustacean's popularity is soaring, but there may be trouble on the horizon
  • MusselsBoth blue and greenshell markets are poised for growth
  • ClamsCatcher-processors anticipate a possible shift in traditional surf clam grounds
  • Surimi seafoodProducers focus on quality and consumer education to expand the analog market
  • Pacific white shrimpVannamei is plentiful, thanks to Asia's production spike and Ecuador's recovery from white-spot
  • Sea scallopsLarger meats bolstered the market, but a new area opening may net bigger landings in all sizes for 2007
  • Bay scallopsChinese imports keep bay scallop market steady
  • ShrimpWhether you're buying black tigers or Gulf browns, there's plenty of shrimp to go around


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