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Topic Summary

Posted by: citizensscience
« on: June 05, 2018, 11:31:59 PM »





North Carolina's Working Waterfront faces foreign challenge...

Canada’s Cooke Aquaculture has agreed a deal for JC Seafood, a foodservice-focused processor based in the US state of Florida.

What about North Carolina's middle market supply chain of fresh fish?

According to O’Hanlon, JC does around $25 million in annual sales, with most of this coming from restaurants and some small retailers in Florida.

"Cooke wants to get closer to the end customer,” he said, of the rationale for the deal.

On Thursday, Undercurrent reported Cooke is in the process of buying a Argentine shrimp vessel from Argentina's Grupo Continental Armadores de Pesca.

Cooke Aquaculture, fish pens