The Fisheries and Oceans website. Lots of statistics.
Of note at this site is the "Underwater World" series of information about Canadian marine species. http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/zone/under-sous_e.htm
New Brunswick Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture
A list of provincial seafood producers and products can be found here.
Seafood Information and Resources of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Needless to say the site contains a wealth of information. The second address contains highlights from the "Bad Bug Book" of the U.S. FDA.
World fisheries' statistics as well as other fisheries information can be found here.
A comprehensive website for the seafood industry, consumers, educators.
It contains a wealth of information on seafood safety, quality, handling, links to other information at other sites, etc.
This site is designed with the consumer in mind and has excellent tips on buying, storing, thawing, cooking etc. Simply Seafood is an American publication.
http://www.AlaskaSeafood.org/ This "glossy" website makes Alaska seafood look scrumptious. Hidden in the site are excellent detailed publications on handling, processing, holding, etc. seafood. The site is also an excellent source of recipes.
A comprehensive guide to the Boston Seafood Show.
http://www.seafoodbusiness.com/ The website of the publication Seafood Business contains up-to-date stories on seafood processing issues in the USA.
This local website of a private fisheries consultant is a link to 2,500 websites involved in the fishing industry worldwide.
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