IMPORTS AND EXPORTS OF FISHERY PRODUCTS ANNUAL SUMMARY, 2012

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1 CURRENT FISHERY STATISTICS NO IMPORTS AND EXPORTS OF FISHERY PRODUCTS ANNUAL SUMMARY, 2012 Effective in 2012 substantial changes were made to the fishery product sections of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) and subsequently the Schedule B: Statistical Classification of Domestic and Foreign Commodities Exported from the United States. Because the classifications and groupings used in this Annual Trade Report are based on the HTS and Schedule B, many of the groups used in this report were revised for Because of this revision some products have moved to different categories. For example a product that had previously been included in an unclassified or other group my now be broken out into its own category. As a result a value for trade may be shown in the 2012 column with no corresponding value in the 2011 column. This does not necessarily mean that there was no trade in that product in 2011, simply that for 2011 the product may have been reported in a different category. Similarly, groups where products were removed may appear to show a dramatic drop in trade as an artifact of this reclassification. Caution should be exercised when making 2011 to 2012 comparisons. The categories that are most affected by these category changes are marked by footnote (4). Values for total imports, exports and re-exports remain consistent and comparable between years. IMPORTS U.S. imports of edible fishery products in 2012 were valued at $16.7 billion, about the same as The quantity of edible imports was 2,441,516 metric tons, an increase of 14,648 tons (0.6 percent) from the quantity imported in The volume of shrimp imported in 2012 was 533,495 tons, a decrease of 41,615 tons, or 7.2 percent, from the quantity imported in Valued at $4.5 billion, shrimp imports accounted for 27 percent of the value of total edible imports. Imports of fresh and frozen salmon were 268,237 tons valued at $1.9 billion in Imports of fresh and frozen tuna were 163,063 tons, 3,375 tons more than imported in The value of fresh and frozen tuna imports increased by 44.4 percent to $1.1 billion. Imports of canned tuna were 160,485 tons, a decrease of 26,848 tons from 2011, and the value of canned tuna imports increased 5.8 percent to $761 million. Imports of all fresh and frozen fillets and steaks amounted to 666,260 tons, an increase of 44,507 tons from Total edible imports consisted of: 2,052,008 tons of fresh and frozen products valued at $14.3 billion; 310,964 tons of canned products valued at $1.9 billion; 42,502 tons of cured products valued at $300 million;2,610 tons of caviar and roe products valued at $33 million; and 33,432 tons of other products valued at $178 million. Imports of nonedible fishery products were valued at $14.4 billion, $242 million more than in Total value of edible and nonedible fishery imports was $31.1 billion in 2012, $311 million more than in EXPORTS U.S. exports of edible fishery products of domestic origin in 2012 were 1,425,591 tons valued at $5.12 billion, compared with 1,435,349 tons valued at $5.13 billion exported in Exports of fresh and frozen items were 1,295,347 tons valued at $4.3 billion, an increase of 2,663 tons and an increase in value of $10 million compared with Fresh and frozen exports consisted principally of 121,984 tons of salmon valued at $ million, 46,715 tons of lobster (Homarus spp.) valued at $442.8 million, and 158,021 tons of surimi valued at $414.3 million. Exported canned items totaled 58,046 tons valued at $279.9 million. Salmon was the major canned item exported, with 41,137 tons valued at $221.7 million. Cured items accounted for 4,712 tons of exports valued at $18.6 million. Caviar and roe exports were 40,092 tons valued at $395,296 million. Other edible products accounted for 27,394 tons valued at $98.2 million. Exports of nonedible products were valued at $17.2 billion. Exports of fish meal amounted to 141,982 tons valued at $142.1 million. The total value of edible and nonedible exports was $22.3 billion, $117 mllion more than in 2011.

2 RE-EXPORTS U.S. exports of edible fishery products of foreign origin were 49,053 tons valued at $347.2 million, compared to 44,334 tons valued at $303.6 million re-exported in Fresh and frozen items were 43,743 tons valued at $306.4 million. This reflects increases of 3,569 tons and $34.9 million compared with Shrimp (2,538 tons valued at $26.0 million), salmon (10,668 tons valued at $82.6 million), crabs (786 tons valued at $13.8 million) and tuna (2,811 tons valued at $13.4 million) were the principle fresh and frozen products reexported. Canned items accounted for 2,534 tons valued at 14.0 million. Cured products were 463 tons valued at $5.8 million. Caviar and roe re-exports were 579 tons valued at $8.3 million. Other edible products were 1,734 tons valued at $12.8 million. Re-exports of nonedible fishery products were valued at $4.5 billion. Fish oils accounted for 3,855 tons valued at $15.1 million. The total value of edible and nonedible re-exports was $4.8 billion, $1.1 billion more than in NOTES: Unless otherwise noted, the information presented is based on U.S. Census Bureau data for the Customs territory of the United States. The territory includes the 50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Imports for consumption are a combination of entries into the U.S. for immediate consumption and withdrawals from Customs bonded warehouses for consumption. These data reflect the actual entry into U.S. consumption channels of commodities that originated outside the United States. Exports may include merchandise of both domestic and foreign origin. Census defines exports of domestic merchandise to include commodities, which are grown, produced, or manufactured in the United States. For statistical purposes, domestic exports also include commodities of foreign origin which have been changed in the U.S. from the form in which they were imported, or which have been enhanced in value by further manufacture in the United States. Re-exports of foreign products are commodities which have entered the U.S. as imports and not sold, which, at the time of re-export, are in substantially the same condition as when imported. Items imported for sale in the U.S. but later resold overseas, however, are recorded as exports of domestic goods rather than as re-exports. A product of foreign origin is transformed into a domestic good when the imported item loses its foreign identity through further substantial manufacture. This transformation generally produces a good with a different trade classification. For example, fish sticks cut from imported fish blocks, when exported to a foreign country, are classified as domestic for statistical purposes. The value of imports presented is the Customs value. It is based on the value of the product in the country of origin as appraised by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and excludes import duties, freight, insurance, and other charges incurred in bringing it to the United States. Export and re-export value is equivalent to f.a.s. (free alongside ship) at the port of export, based on the transaction price, including freight, insurance, and other charges incurred in placing the merchandise alongside the carrier. The value excludes the cost of loading, freight and subsequent insurance. For more detailed information visit the Fishery Statistics Division website at:

3 IMPORTS OF FISHERY PRODUCTS ENTERED FOR CONSUMPTION, EDIBLE FISHERY PRODUCTS: FRESH OR FROZEN: FISH: WHETHER OR NOT WHOLE: FRESHWATER: BASS 1,723 12, ,507 CARP (4) CATFISH 661 1, ,925 EEL 486 5, ,752 PERCH, PIKE PERCH, YELLOW PIKE 808 2, ,120 PIKE, PICKEREL 785 4, ,280 NILE PERCH (4) 1 4 SAUGER (4) SHAD, STURGEON TILAPIA 39,652 79,895 35,552 67,228 TROUT 2,491 16,597 2,399 16,432 WHITEFISH 2,909 11,204 2,893 12,948 UNCLASSIFIED (4) 5,421 15,901 5,951 22,382 TOTAL FRESHWATER FISH 54, ,133 49, ,803 SALTWATER: FLATFISH: FLOUNDER 652 2, ,196 HALIBUT 4,965 68,019 4,833 70,453 TURBOT (4) 102 1,043 GREENLAND TURBOT 565 3, ,107 PLAICE SOLE: ROCK YELLOWFIN (4) OTHER ,274 1,702 16,632 OTHER 2,099 5, ,413 TOTAL FLATFISH 9,417 93,020 8,593 97,259 GROUNDFISH: BLUE WHITING (4) 1 5 COD 966 3,731 1,572 6,963 CUSK 659 1, HADDOCK 14,516 42,828 13,350 40,466 HAKE, WHITING 7,630 11,811 9,211 14,434 POLLOCK 647 1,333 1,860 3,358 OCEAN PERCH 762 1, ,632 OTHER (4) 620 1,691 TOTAL GROUNDFISH 25,180 62,659 27,375 69,018

4 4 IMPORTS OF FISHERY PRODUCTS ENTERED FOR CONSUMPTION, SALMON: ATLANTIC 89, , , ,235 CHINOOK 2,244 23,577 2,067 22,500 CHUM 1,383 5,186 1,540 4,833 COHO 851 6, ,175 PINK 1,136 2, SOCKEYE 758 5, ,782 OTHER 783 5, ,255 TOTAL SALMON 96, , , ,482 TUNA: ALBACORE (1) 29,638 57,774 29,554 76,591 BIGEYE (1) 4,151 29,084 5,032 36,129 BLUEFIN (1) , ,036 SKIPJACK (1) 24,128 37,261 17,635 36,082 YELLOWFIN (1) 19, ,132 18, ,313 YELLOWFIN DRESSED HEAD-ON (1,2) YELLOWFIN DRESSED HEAD-OFF (1) 1,638 15,816 1,838 25,328 UNCLASSIFIED (1) 637 3, ,724 OTHER (LOINS) (1) 63, ,926 66, ,215 TOTAL TUNA 143, , , ,421 OTHER: ANCHOVY (4) 4 16 ATKA MACKEREL BUTTERFISH 941 2,698 1,014 2,834 CAPELIN 4,398 3,095 5,308 3,919 COBIA (4) 435 2,540 DOLPHINFISH 4,583 30,058 6,623 39,531 GROUPER 4,603 29,638 4,744 33,589 HERRING 3,119 4,283 3,055 4,592 JACK, HORSE MACKEREL (4) 1,667 10,763 LINGCOD 236 1, ,008 MACKEREL 9,155 27,406 6,455 19,387 MONKFISH 239 1, MULLET SABLEFISH 833 1, ,997 SARDINE 4,921 3,632 2,601 2,612 SEA BASS ,974 25,286 SEABREAM (4) 315 2,789 SHARK AND DOGFISH 176 1, RAYS AND SKATES (4) SMELTS 3,239 8,351 2,507 6,457 SNAPPER 13,720 81,002 15,478 94,515 SWORDFISH 5,072 42,323 6,027 53,635 TOOTHFISH 5, ,126 4,510 89,956 UNCLASSIFIED 55, ,494 47, ,018 TOTAL OTHER 115, , , ,444 TOTAL SALTWATER FISH 390,719 1,931, ,470 2,114,624 TOTAL WHETHER OR NOT WHOLE 445,669 2,081, ,240 2,247,427

5 IMPORTS OF FISHERY PRODUCTS ENTERED FOR CONSUMPTION, BLOCKS, REGULAR: FRESHWATER: PERCH PICKEREL 220 1, ,047 SAUGER TROUT (4) 436 4,475 TOTAL FRESHWATER 224 1, ,644 FLATFISH: FLOUNDER 413 2,149 1,372 5,755 GREENLAND TURBOT HALIBUT SOLE 1,404 5,446 1,493 5,751 TURBOT OTHER TOTAL FLATFISH 1,997 8,283 3,203 12,927 GROUNDFISH: COD 6,064 26,399 5,003 21,529 HADDOCK 2,582 10,795 3,152 13,700 HAKE (4) OCEAN PERCH 1,138 5, ,787 POLLOCK 30,582 76,683 24,069 61,293 WHITING 1,344 4,289 2,287 7,502 OTHER (4) 4,680 23,835 TOTAL GROUNDFISH 41, ,430 40, ,644 OTHER: SALMON (4) 2,181 16,285 WOLFFISH OTHER (4) 6,488 61,976 2,664 21,229 TOTAL OTHER 6,551 62,388 4,865 37,671 TOTAL REGULAR BLOCKS 50, ,474 48, ,886 MEAT WETHER OR NOT MINCED: FRESHWATER: CATFISH (4) 301 1,099 NILE PERCH (4) 227 1,066 PERCH (4) PICKEREL (4) PIKE PIKE PERCH, YELLOW PIKE (4) TILAPIA (4) 2,878 21,232 WHITEFISH ,976 YELLOW PERCH (4) ,127 OTHER ,237 14,125 TOTAL FRESHWATER ,827 52,174

6 6 IMPORTS OF FISHERY PRODUCTS ENTERED FOR CONSUMPTION, FLATFISH: FLOUNDER (4) 533 2,852 GREENLAND TURBOT PLAICE (4) 3 17 SOLE OTHER (4) TOTAL FLATFISH 867 1, ,463 GROUNDFISH: COD 1,105 3,652 1,696 7,574 CUSK (2,4) - 4 HADDOCK ,831 HAKE (4) OCEAN PERCH (4) 353 1,075 POLLOCK 387 1, ,404 OTHER (4) 1,245 9,626 TOTAL GROUNDFISH 1,697 5,596 5,148 25,580 OTHER: SALMON (4) 8,674 71,266 SWORDFISH (4) 933 3,562 TOOTHFISH (4) 1,916 32,806 TUNA (4) 2,813 31,739 OTHER 8,736 55,924 8,253 44,613 TOTAL OTHER 8,736 55,924 22, ,986 TOTAL MEAT 11,552 64,095 35, ,203 FILLETS AND STEAKS: FRESHWATER: CATFISH 91, , , ,494 NILE PERCH (4) 220 1,390 PERCH 721 6, ,028 PICKEREL 376 6, ,955 PIKE PIKE PERCH, YELLOW PIKE 2,854 44,139 2,159 35,709 SAUGER TILAPIA 153, , , ,587 TROUT 2,522 21,257 6,479 50,739 WHITEFISH 643 3, ,517 YELLOW PERCH 1,620 29, ,609 OTHER 3,791 25,701 3,456 35,300 TOTAL FRESHWATER FILLETS 257,600 1,235, ,133 1,395,736

7 IMPORTS OF FISHERY PRODUCTS ENTERED FOR CONSUMPTION, SALTWATER: FLATFISH: FLOUNDER 13,825 66,717 10,559 53,620 GREENLAND TURBOT 276 2, ,159 HALIBUT , ,111 PLAICE SOLE 8,612 41,254 7,183 36,439 TURBOT 381 2, OTHER 580 8, ,259 TOTAL FLATFISH 24, ,273 19, ,644 GROUNDFISH: COD 40, ,985 37, ,015 CUSK (4) CUSK, POLLOCK (FRESH) (4) HADDOCK 19, ,461 19, ,889 HAKE 2,017 9,306 2,852 14,167 OCEAN PERCH 3,219 14,902 4,604 24,257 POLLOCK 41, ,577 28,585 77,451 OTHER (4) 11,932 51,254 TOTAL GROUNDFISH 106, , , ,033 OTHER: DOLPHINFISH 16, ,372 18, ,642 HERRING (4) ORANGE ROUGHY 1,863 25,732 1,699 20,087 SALMON 131,919 1,220, ,599 1,170,538 SWORDFISH 2,331 22,197 2,028 19,745 TOOTHFISH 2,953 44,584 1,602 41,058 TUNA 16, ,181 20, ,237 WOLFFISH UNCLASSIFIED 61, ,768 39, ,293 TOTAL OTHER 232,931 2,090, ,587 2,129,217 TOTAL FILLETS AND STEAKS 621,753 3,984, ,260 4,186,630 SURIMI 921 2, ,502 FISH STICKS AND SIMILAR PRODUCTS 29, ,005 26, ,294 TOTAL FISH, FRESH AND FROZEN 1,159,867 6,468,343 1,226,351 7,025,942 SHELLFISH, ET AL: CRABS: DUNGENESS KING 8, ,403 9, ,503 SNOW 41, ,341 41, ,669 OTHER 8,374 71,057 7,576 55,386 TOTAL CRABS 58, ,720 58, ,974

8 8 IMPORTS OF FISHERY PRODUCTS ENTERED FOR CONSUMPTION, CRABMEAT: DUNGENESS (4) 1 5 KING ,536 SNOW 349 4, ,360 SWIMMING 1,764 21,934 1,566 23,624 OTHER 2,963 28,094 2,794 28,943 TOTAL CRABMEAT 5,087 54,882 5,204 63,468 LOBSTER: (HOMARUS SPP) 36, ,003 38, ,657 NORWAY (2,4) - 9 ROCK 9, ,931 8, ,153 LOBSTER MEAT 7, ,988 8, ,277 TOTAL LOBSTER 53,167 1,076,922 56,268 1,106,096 SHRIMP: SHELL-ON (4) 224,155 1,936,537 PEELED (4) 208,282 1,960,689 COLDWATER SHELL-ON (4) 28, ,861 COLDWATER PEELED (4) 4,824 42,546 WARM-WATER SHELL-ON (4) 188,559 1,501,645 WARM-WATER PEELED (4) 199,401 1,729,212 BREADED (4) 43, ,631 37, ,126 PEELED OTHER (4) 97, ,765 PEELED PREPARATIONS (4) 72, ,125 TOTAL SHRIMP 573,989 5,146, ,840 4,441,515 ABALONE 221 6, ,558 CONCH 506 4, ,349 GEODUCK CLAM 14,127 46,100 15,156 46,325 CLAM, STIMSONS COCKLES, ARKSHELLS (4) CRAWFISH (FRESHWATER) 2,346 23,565 9,263 95,108 KRILL 588 2, MUSSELS 28,945 91,197 30,803 97,371 OYSTERS 5,365 30,373 4,401 23,962 SCALLOPS 25, ,159 15, ,440 CUTTLEFISH 3,218 19,492 3,346 22,583 OCTOPUS 15,256 76,536 14,559 83,770 SQUID 58, ,599 64, ,547 SNAILS SEA CUCUMBER (4) 3,138 22,347 SEA URCHIN 2,521 5,716 2,824 6,976 JELLYFISH (4) 565 2,937 UNCLASSIFIED (4) 6,962 53,869 4,408 44,801 FROG LEGS AND MEAT 4,849 22,256 3,990 17,707 REPTILE MEAT TOTAL SHELLFISH, ET AL 859,328 7,943, ,657 7,226,629 TOTAL FRESH AND FROZEN FISH SHELLFISH, ET AL 2,019,195 14,412,111 2,052,008 14,252,571

9 IMPORTS OF FISHERY PRODUCTS ENTERED FOR CONSUMPTION, CANNED: FISH: ANCHOVY: IN OIL 2,360 23,464 2,713 27,344 NOT IN OIL 739 4, ,618 TOTAL ANCHOVY 3,099 28,185 3,312 30,962 BONITO, YELLOWTAIL, POLLOCK: IN OIL 322 2, ,753 NOT IN OIL 1,308 4, ,044 TOTAL BONITO,YELLOWTAIL,POLLOCK 1,630 6, ,797 HERRING: IN OIL 421 1,390 1,586 3,275 NOT IN OIL 2,483 9,286 1,638 7,644 TOTAL HERRING 2,904 10,676 3,224 10,919 SARDINE: IN OIL 8,906 39,034 11,156 61,034 NOT IN OIL 20,654 60,557 19,044 55,778 TOTAL SARDINE 29,560 99,591 30, ,812 MACKEREL 12,471 32,100 12,383 38,221 SALMON: IN OIL: PINK OTHER ,523 NOT IN OIL: CHUM PINK 2,080 11,658 2,466 13,801 SOCKEYE OTHER 4,274 38,408 4,497 41,514 TOTAL SALMON 6,475 51,309 7,279 57,837 TUNA: IN OIL: ALBACORE 604 4, ,957 OTHER 5,800 26,694 6,884 33,796 NOT IN OIL: ALBACORE 25, ,306 21, ,813 OTHER 155, , , ,749 TOTAL TUNA 187, , , ,315 EEL: IN OIL (4) 1,418 35,449 NOT IN OIL (4) TOTAL EEL (4) 1,435 35,759 UNCLASSIFIED: IN OIL (4) 309 2, ,925 NOT IN OIL (4) 3,942 44,672 2,954 24,290 TOTAL UNCLASSIFIED (4) 4,251 47,254 3,468 28,215 TOTAL CANNED FISH 247, , ,248 1,082,837

10 10 IMPORTS OF FISHERY PRODUCTS ENTERED FOR CONSUMPTION, SHELLFISH, ET AL: CRABMEAT: DUNGENESS 42 1, ,893 KING ,532 1,668 33,724 SNOW 1,960 34,818 2,932 55,917 SWIMMING 16, ,308 17, ,673 OTHER 11, ,596 10, ,245 TOTAL CRABMEAT 30, ,399 32, ,452 CLAM: RAZOR OTHER 6,026 18,111 5,271 15,859 CLAM JUICE TOTAL CLAM 6,433 18,903 5,743 16,973 LOBSTER ,224 SHRIMP 1,121 7,622 1,655 15,310 ABALONE 82 4, ,372 OYSTER 6,785 43,560 4,220 27,711 SNAIL 515 2, ,505 SQUID 8,547 41,056 5,947 32,370 TOTAL CANNED SHELLFISH, ET AL 53, ,245 50, ,917 OTHER CANNED SEAFOOD: FISH BALLS, CAKES, AND PUDDINGS 15,134 60,148 15,035 59,950 FISH AND SHELLFISH JUICE 210 1, ,192 PASTES AND SAUCES 22,614 34,691 21,213 33,933 SOUPS AND BROTHS 1,857 11,881 1,603 10,907 TOTAL OTHER CANNED SEAFOOD 39, ,299 38, ,982 TOTAL CANNED FISH AND SHELLFISH 341,053 1,780, ,964 1,922,736 CURED: DRIED (UNSALTED): COD 3,200 29,520 3,375 30,105 SHARK FINS 58 1, UNCLASSIFIED 2,861 22,717 2,463 19,311 TOTAL DRIED (UNSALTED) 6,119 54,031 5,882 50,189 PICKLED OR SALTED: ANCHOVY 453 1, ,913 COD 538 4, ,944 CUSK, HADDOCK ,837 HAKE POLLOCK 1,103 4,922 2,010 9,651 HERRING 7,187 17,630 6,728 18,857 MACKEREL 856 3,657 1,061 4,379 SALMON FRESHWATER (4) 4 12 UNCLASSIFIED 12,560 53,717 11,386 48,896 TOTAL PICKLED OR SALTED 22,955 87,185 23,310 95,631

11 IMPORTS OF FISHERY PRODUCTS ENTERED FOR CONSUMPTION, SMOKED OR KIPPERED: 11 COD, CUSK, HADDOCK, HAKE, POLLOCK ,427 HERRING 2,791 13,075 2,682 14,310 MACKEREL 183 1, ,125 SALMON 4,823 82,866 5,198 86,576 TROUT (4) OTHER FRESHWATER (4) UNCLASSIFIED 4,039 37,734 4,713 49,085 TOTAL SMOKED OR KIPPERED 11, ,355 13, ,192 TOTAL CURED 41, ,571 42, ,012 CAVIAR AND ROE: CAVIAR AND SUBSTITUTES , ,644 ROE: HERRING MULLET POLLOCK SALMON 75 1, ,591 STURGEON (2) SEA URCHIN UNCLASSIFIED 1,870 14,595 1,581 13,750 TOTAL CAVIAR AND ROE 2,958 33,462 2,610 33,174 EDIBLE SEAWEED AND ALGAE (4) 7,711 50,628 PREPARED MEALS CONTAINING FISH AND 4,648 24,538 4,591 28,898 SHELLFISH OTHER FISH AND SHELLFISH NOT SPECIALLY PROVIDED FOR 18,000 90,768 21,130 98,766 TOTAL EDIBLE FISHERY PRODUCTS 2,426,868 16,618,400 2,441,516 16,686,785 NONEDIBLE FISHERY PRODUCTS: OILS: LIVER: COD 1,305 11,869 1,320 13,844 OTHER 383 3, ,539 BODY: COD 1,678 11, ,019 HERRING 2,519 13,262 1,002 3,126 MENHADEN OTHER 16,160 62,742 19,542 83,662 TOTAL OILS 22, ,269 23, ,190

12 12 IMPORTS OF FISHERY PRODUCTS ENTERED FOR CONSUMPTION, MEAL AND SCRAP 34,409 48,085 43,333 56,108 AGAR AGAR 1,368 29,027 1,429 28,921 KRILL SEAWEEDS AND OTHER ALGAE 41, ,782 29, ,511 SPONGE, NATURAL PET AND ANIMAL FEEDS (3) - 1,071,903-1,223,111 FISH GLUE AND GELATIN (3) - 212, ,735 LIVE: CARP (3) EELS (3) ,020 TROUT (3) ORNAMENTAL FISH (3) - 37,208-38,551 REPTILE (3) - 3,500-4,459 OTHER (3) - 7,936-10,320 TOTAL LIVE - 49,410-55,341 OYSTER SEEDS (3) ARTICLES OF SHELL, ET AL (3) - 32,644-35,349 PEARLS: CULTURED (3) - 256, ,236 NATURAL (3) - 24,273-33,728 TOTAL PEARLS - 280, ,964 FISH AND SHELLFISH PRODUCTS UNFIT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION (3) - 30,594-39,345 HIDES, LEATHER, AND FURS (3) - 296, ,351 CHEMICALS (3) - 4,962,522-5,344,521 MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS (3) - 6,903,815-6,605,795 TOTAL NONEDIBLE FISHERY PRODUCTS - 14,198,346-14,440,812 GRAND TOTAL - 30,816,746-31,127,597

13 EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC FISHERY PRODUCTS, EDIBLE FISHERY PRODUCTS: FRESH OR FROZEN: FISH: WHETHER OR NOT WHOLE: FRESHWATER: CARP (4) 513 1,291 CATFISH (4) EELS 1,264 2,157 1,232 2,630 TILAPIA ,100 TROUT 223 1, ,423 OTHER (4) TOTAL FRESHWATER FISH 1,852 4,128 3,224 8,922 SALTWATER: FLATFISH: TURBOT (4) HALIBUT, GREENLAND TURBOT 8,532 66,292 6,947 46,681 PLAICE 4,249 6,287 2,840 4,032 SOLE: ROCK 17,650 27,918 10,550 17,763 YELLOWFIN 33,559 38,392 45,251 59,554 OTHER 2,583 6,207 14,508 22,645 OTHER 23,328 34,028 4,706 7,565 TOTAL FLATFISH 89, ,124 85, ,933 GROUNDFISH: BLUE WHITING (4) COD 98, ,031 97, ,864 HADDOCK HAKE, WHITING 63, ,671 31,683 66,269 POLLOCK 40, ,405 62, ,311 OCEAN PERCH 10,672 19,829 13,018 36,892 OTHER 804 1,998 TOTAL GROUNDFISH 213, , , ,191 SALMON: ATLANTIC 3,728 25,829 7,986 50,852 CHINOOK 460 2, ,879 CHUM 32, ,425 35, ,861 COHO 5,234 25,022 4,577 21,253 PINK 79, ,202 33,459 90,158 SOCKEYE 41, ,404 28, ,268 OTHER 3,033 10,039 2,989 9,886 TOTAL SALMON 166, , , ,157 TUNA: ALBACORE 10,205 25,054 11,023 30,885 BIGEYE 240 2, ,520 BLUEFIN 293 4, ,482 SKIPJACK ,338 YELLOWFIN 331 3, ,199 OTHER 4,779 15,711 1,373 5,354 TOTAL TUNA 16,046 50,862 15,054 51,778

14 14 OTHER: EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC FISHERY PRODUCTS, ANCHOVY (4) 699 4,066 ATKA MACKEREL 21,853 29,888 20,106 40,450 BUTTERFISH COBIA (4) HERRING 47,370 58,179 33,551 41,537 JACK, HORSE MACKREL (4) LINGCOD MACKEREL 2,496 3,768 5,004 6,073 MONKFISH 2,785 14,782 2,979 16,793 MULLET 1,040 1,401 1,224 6,535 SABLEFISH 13, ,479 10, ,368 SARDINE 37,095 31,248 94,396 77,809 SCORPIONFISH 11,648 21,188 1,579 4,132 SEA BASS 439 1, ,604 SEABREAM (4) SHARK AND DOGFISH 4,355 16,771 4,529 17,996 RAYS AND SKATES (4) 5,239 17,991 SWORDFISH 206 1, TOOTHFISH ,143 UNCLASSIFIED (4) 8,586 45, , ,724 TOTAL OTHER 151, , , ,254 TOTAL SALTWATER FISH 637,171 1,749, ,714 1,883,313 TOTAL WHETHER OR NOT WHOLE 639,023 1,753, ,938 1,892,235 MEAT WHETHER OR NOT MINCED: FRESHWATER (OTHER): (4) GROUNDFISH: COD 643 1, POLLOCK (4) 5,503 17,230 UNCLASSIFIED (4) 1,933 4,933 TOTAL GROUNDFISH 643 1,318 7,737 22,711 OTHER: SALMON (4) SWORDFISH TOOTHFISH TUNA (4) 515 1,725 2,682 8,522 UNCLASSIFIED 17,566 44,152 18,055 42,574 TOTAL OTHER (4) 18,093 45,958 20,846 52,086 TOTAL MEAT (4) 18,736 47,276 28,660 75,044

15 EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC FISHERY PRODUCTS, FILLETS AND STEAKS: FRESHWATER: CATFISH 327 2, ,940 NILE PERCH (4) TILAPIA 1,046 4, ,355 TROUT (4) 382 3,385 UNCLASSIFIED (4) 243 1,792 TOTAL FRESHWATER FILLETS 1,373 7,343 2,044 13,549 SALTWATER: FLATFISH: HALIBUT 1,649 19, ,803 UNCLASSIFIED (4) 735 5,589 TOTAL FLATFISH 1,649 19,899 1,445 14,392 GROUNDFISH: COD 10,490 44,114 10,247 38,575 HADDOCK (4) HAKE (4) 12,344 40,644 POLLOCK 113, ,921 80, ,960 UNCLASSIFIED (4) 1,822 14,158 TOTAL GROUNDFISH 124, , , ,908 OTHER: HERRING (4) 2,173 8,171 SALMON (4) 7,746 54,026 SWORDFISH TOOTHFISH TUNA 501 3, ,027 UNCLASSIFIED (4) 87, ,441 5,119 32,091 TOTAL OTHER 88, ,249 15,764 99,805 TOTAL SALTWATER FILLETS 214, , , ,105 TOTAL FILLETS AND STEAKS 215, , , ,654 SURIMI 145, , , ,288 FISH STICKS AND SIMILAR PRODUCTS 18,676 79,172 20,449 84,214 TOTAL FISH, FRESH AND FROZEN 1,038,395 2,925,685 1,061,196 2,933,435 SHELLFISH, ET AL: CRABS: DUNGENESS 468 4, ,543 KING 2,699 64,130 1,985 50,604 SNOW 8,477 90,579 12, ,774 OTHER 13,543 73,500 17,168 77,162 TOTAL CRABS 25, ,547 32, ,083

16 16 CRABMEAT: EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC FISHERY PRODUCTS, DUNGENESS 204 2, KING , ,653 SNOW 241 1, ,973 OTHER 638 7, ,190 TOTAL CRABMEAT 2,036 24,365 1,394 13,930 LOBSTER: (HOMARUS SPP) 39, ,269 46, ,838 NORWAY (4) ROCK 1,541 27,824 1,137 19,946 LOBSTER MEAT 498 7, ,575 SHRIMP: TOTAL LOBSTER 41, ,970 48, ,692 SHELL-ON (4) 1,846 18,329 PEELED (4) 2,641 21,291 COLDWATER SHELL-ON (4) 1,933 24,677 COLDWATER PEELED (4) 2,758 20,990 WARM-WATER SHELL-ON (4) 1,968 22,639 WARM-WATER PEELED (4) 1,765 14,135 PEELED OTHER (4) 883 6,561 PEELED PREPARATIONS (4) 372 2,938 OTHER (4) 5,673 57, ,146 TOTAL SHRIMP 11, ,104 9,647 93,525 ABALONE (4) 205 1,310 CONCH , ,751 GEODUCK 3,262 50,379 3,965 64,258 CLAM 1,229 5,499 1,557 8,248 COCKLES, ARKSHELLS (4) 80 1,070 CRAWFISH (FRESHWATER) MUSSELS 517 1, ,722 OYSTERS 4,703 26,982 3,042 20,549 SCALLOPS 12, ,246 12, ,437 CUTTLEFISH 841 1, ,886 OCTOPUS 458 1, ,859 SQUID 147, , , ,348 SNAILS SEA CUCUMBER (4) 2,478 30,275 SEA URCHIN 160 1, ,032 JELLYFISH (4) UNCLASSIFIED (4) 2,928 30,101 1,505 16,946 FROG LEGS AND MEAT 329 1, ,072 REPTILE MEAT TOTAL SHELLFISH ET AL 254,289 1,389, ,151 1,391,797 TOTAL FRESH AND FROZEN FISH SHELLFISH, ET AL 1,292,684 4,315,318 1,295,347 4,325,232

17 EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC FISHERY PRODUCTS, CANNED: FISH: ANCHOVY ,342 HERRING SARDINE 4,333 4,711 2,682 2,697 MACKEREL SALMON: IN OIL 1,828 8,496 2,016 10,531 NOT IN OIL: CHUM 1,184 3, ,147 PINK 18,143 69,389 15,536 62,774 SOCKEYE 25, ,903 18, ,476 OTHER 4,162 17,338 3,931 18,803 TOTAL SALMON 50, ,647 41, ,731 TUNA 1,374 7,392 1,726 8,328 OTHER (4) TOTAL CANNED FISH 56, ,350 46, ,473 SHELLFISH, ET AL CRABMEAT: DUNGENESS 595 5, ,966 KING SNOW ,294 OTHER 617 4, ,815 TOTAL CRABMEAT 1,340 10,976 1,521 14,253 LOBSTER 347 3, ,293 SHRIMP ABALONE 53 1, ,466 CLAM 1,453 5, ,826 SNAILS (4) 148 1,115 SQUID 1,221 1,511 1,011 1,174 TOTAL CANNED SHELLFISH ET AL 4,445 24,026 4,206 29,102 OTHER CANNED SEAFOOD: FISH BALLS, CAKES, AND PUDDINGS 287 1, ,632 FISH AND SHELLFISH JUICE 1,857 4,591 1,308 2,876 SOUPS AND BROTHS 6,136 11,325 5,815 10,834 TOTAL OTHER CANNED SEAFOOD 8,280 17,354 7,435 15,342 TOTAL CANNED FISH AND SHELLFISH 69, ,730 58, ,917

18 18 EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC FISHERY PRODUCTS, CURED: DRIED (UNSALTED): COD 500 1,460 2,743 7,563 SHARK FINS 15 1, UNCLASSIFIED 381 2, ,615 TOTAL DRIED (UNSALTED) 896 5,188 3,509 11,166 PICKLED OR SALTED: ANCHOVY COD HERRING UNCLASSIFIED 957 2, ,573 TOTAL PICKLED OR SALTED 1,308 3, ,421 SMOKED OR KIPPERED: HERRING SALMON 282 3, ,804 TROUT (2,4) - 4 OTHER FRESHWATER FISH (4) 2 25 UNCLASSIFIED FISH (4) 221 1, ,200 TOTAL SMOKED OR KIPPERED 518 5, ,038 TOTAL CURED 2,722 13,941 4,712 18,625 CAVIAR AND ROE: CAVIAR AND SUBSTITUTE , ,215 ROE: HERRING 10,160 40,701 2,191 5,236 MULLET 455 5, ,056 POLLOCK 17, ,627 15, ,613 SALMON 11, ,818 10, ,325 STURGEON SEA URCHIN , ,431 UNCLASSIFIED 7,131 34,608 10,031 42,400 TOTAL CAVIAR AND ROE 48, ,323 40, ,296 EDIBLE SEAWEEDS AND ALGAE (4) ,797 PREPARED MEALS CONTAINING FISH AND 4,381 25,705 6,596 33,331 SHELLFISH OTHER FISH AND SHELLFISH NOT SPECIALLY (4) 17,827 51,774 19,878 54,033 PROVIDED FOR TOTAL EDIBLE SEAFOOD 1,435,349 5,127,791 1,425,591 5,117,231

19 EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC FISHERY PRODUCTS, NONEDIBLE FISHERY PRODUCTS: OILS: LIVER 1,531 8, ,929 BODY: MENHADEN 44,068 49,372 17,840 19,954 OTHER 19,682 38,522 19,601 50,421 TOTAL OILS 65,281 96,362 38,281 84,304 MEAL AND SCRAP 85, , , ,120 AGAR AGAR 240 5, ,507 NONEDIBLE SEAWEEDS AND OTHER ALGAE 7,774 89,343 7,271 90,965 SPONGE NATURAL ,167 PET AND ANIMAL FEEDS (3) - 2,004,451 1,508,138 2,031,278 FISH GLUE AND GELATIN (3) - 126,528 19, ,348 LIVE FISH: (3) CARP (3) EELS (3) - 10,676-23,796 TROUT (3) - 5,293-6,544 ORNAMENTAL (3) - 9,947-10,874 REPTILE (3) - 21,797-20,386 OTHER (3) - 22,642-23,643 TOTAL LIVE - 70,745-85,559 OYSTER SEEDS (3) ,810 ARTICLES OF SHELL, ETC (3) - 17,650-11,892 PEARLS: (3) CULTURED (3) - 36,803-27,536 NATURAL (3) - 12,223-9,361 TOTAL PEARLS - 49,026-36,897 FISH AND SHELLFISH PRODUCTS UNFIT FOR (3) - 70,603-69,597 HUMAN CONSUMPTION HIDE, LEATHER, AND FURS (3) - 482, ,188 CHEMICALS (3) - 9,242,038-9,080,198 MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS (3) - 4,728,251-4,757,597 TOTAL NONEDIBLE FISHERY PRODUCTS - 17,086,239-17,213,427 GRAND TOTAL - 22,214,030-22,330,658

20 20 EXPORTS OF FOREIGN FISHERY PRODUCTS, EDIBLE FISHERY PRODUCTS: FRESH AND FROZEN: FISH: WHETHER OR NOT WHOLE: FRESHWATER: CATFISH (4) EELS TILAPIA 767 1,465 1,266 5,708 TROUT OTHER (4) TOTAL FRESHWATER FISH 1,280 2,774 1,724 7,252 SALTWATER: FLATFISH: HALIBUT, GREENLAND TURBOT 118 1, PLAICE SOLE: ROCK YELLOWFIN OTHER OTHER TOTAL FLATFISH 249 1, ,195 GROUNDFISH: BLUE WHITING (4) 3 9 COD 443 1, ,611 HADDOCK HAKE, WHITING 1,449 3, ,874 POLLOCK OCEAN PERCH OTHER TOTAL GROUNDFISH 2,394 5,618 1,524 5,184 SALMON: ATLANTIC 207 1, ,383 CHINOOK CHUM COHO PINK SOCKEYE 447 2, ,027 OTHER ,917 TOTAL SALMON 929 4,891 1,197 8,709 TUNA: ALBACORE BIGEYE ,044 BLUEFIN SKIPJACK YELLOWFIN 429 2, ,889 OTHER 843 3, ,420 TOTAL TUNA 1,762 8,033 2,207 8,366

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