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Regional and other related aspects of shellfish consumption

Morton M. Miller

Regional and other related aspects of shellfish consumption

some preliminary findings from the 1969 consumer panel survey

by Morton M. Miller

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Published by National Marine Fisheries Service in Seattle, Wash .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Fish trade -- United States.,
    • Shellfish.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Morton M. Miller and Darrel A. Nash.
      SeriesCircular ;, 361, Circular (United States. National Marine Fisheries Service) ;, 361.
      ContributionsNash, Darrel A., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSK361 .A29 no. 361, HD9455 .A29 no. 361
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 18 p.
      Number of Pages18
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4855228M
      LC Control Number75614123

        Canned shellfish represents over 10% of all canned products consumed, followed by canned salmon and sardines at 5% each. The percentage of the seafood market that is cured, salted, smoked, or pickled products: 2%. About three fourths of the seafood products consumed in the U.S. are fresh or frozen, and consumption of these product forms has. Although Mexicans relish seafood all year long, the months of March and April top the rest in consumption of fish and shellfish. Besides the fact that most species are available in late winter and early spring, the Lenten and Holy Week meatless meal traditions contribute enormously to this seasonal swell in the popularity of las delicias del mar — delights from the sea.

      This report focuses on Professional Global Shellfish Market volume and value at Global level, regional level and company level. Global Shellfish Market comprehensive analysis of the business models, key ways, and individual market shares of some of . consumption. Shellfish important for aquaculture in the fish poisoning and other problems related to toxic pollution (SPC ). Regional standardisation of both fisheries-independent (e.g File Size: 1MB.

        Seafood-borne illness, or seafood poisoning, occurs as a result of human consumption of food harvested from the sea. This includes, but is not limited to, finfish and shellfish. Patients with seafood-borne illnesses may present a diagnostic challenge, as they may have variable signs and symptoms, different degrees of severity, as well as. Shellfish are a good source of zinc, a mineral essential for growth and development, energy metabolism and immune function. It is a rich source of Vitamin B which is a water-soluble vitamin necessary for health of nerve cells and red blood cells.


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