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List of seafood companies

Norway Pelagic's plant

This is a list of seafood companies in some countries. Seafood is any form of sea life regarded as food by humans. Seafood prominently includes fish and shellfish. Seafood companies are typically involved with fishing, fish processing, distribution and marketing. Seafood companies also produce feed and nutrition products for farmed fish.

Seafood companies

Greenland

HDMS Akamalik, a Royal Greenland vessel, anchored in Sisimiut, Greenland

Norway

Aqua-Boy, a Norwegian live fish carrier used to service the Marine Harvest fish farms on the West coast of Scotland

Sweden

Thailand

United Kingdom

United States

American Dynasty (right) and American Triumph (left), two of American Seafoods' factory trawlers docked at Bellingham Cold Storage in Bellingham, Washington

Vietnam

Pakistan

See also

References

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