SeaFood Business

JUL 2014

SeaFood Business is the global trusted authority for seafood buyers and sellers. We are the seafood industry's leading trade magazine with more than 30 years of experience. Our coverage is based on the "business" of buying and selling seafood.

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14 PRODUCT GUIDE 2014 include North Carolina seafood in your upcom- ing food purchases. If you have questions about where to source product, need background informa- tion or want to be involved in helping to promote the best from North Carolina, let us know by contacting John Aydlett, Seafood Mar- keting Specialist for the North Carolina Depart- ment of Agriculture and Consumer Services. Whether it is wild-caught seafood harvested by the boats that work the deeply etched coastline or farm- raised seafood produced in ponds, streams and recircu- lating systems, North Caro- lina seafood is a treasure to be shared. North Carolina is consis- tently one of the top U.S. producers of Atlantic blue crab. Production of rainbow trout in the pristine waters of the state's western moun- tains ranks second in the nation. North Carolina is also a leader in the expand- ing aquaculture industry, growing tilapia and yellow perch in climate-controlled recirculating systems. The coastal plain, with its natural aquifers, supports the state's top-ranked cat- fish and hybrid-striped bass industries. North Carolina has a lot to offer seafood buy- ers. We hope you will W hen you think of North Carolina, one of the first things that comes to mind is the wonderful bounty of seafood found in the waters of this great state. North Carolina Seafood COMPANY North Carolina Dept. of Agriculture and consumer Services LOCATION Elizabeth City, N.C. SALES CONTACT John Aydlett PHONE 252-331-4773 Fax: 252-331-4775 WEBSITE / EMAIL

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