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U.S. Department of Commerce Approved Establishments

The Approved Establishments document provides guidance on fishery products approved by the U.S. Department of Commerce.
August 15, 2023 - Policy and Guidance ,

Seafood Inspection Services Portal

More information on the NOAA Seafood Inspection Program portal and its related services.

NOAA Begins SIMP Enforcement

In December 2016, NOAA established the Seafood Import Monitoring Program (SIMP), which set permitting, reporting, and recordkeeping requirements that are currently applicable to imports of 13 species (abalone, Atlantic cod, Pacific cod, blue crab, red kin
April 10, 2018 - Feature Story ,

Foreign Approved Lists

Information provided in each country's webpage relates to certification requirements for fish and fishery products destined for human consumption. Certificates for these countries may include food safety/public health attestations, animal health…

Fishery Closures by State

Use these links to find information about fishery closures in your state.

Seafood Inspection Manual

Authority for the USDC Seafood Inspection Program (SIP) to provide product inspection (audit) services can be found within the Agricultural Marketing Act of 1946, the Fish and Wildlife Act of 1956. This handbook provides procedures of how services shall…

Seafood Commerce and Trade

NOAA Fisheries works to ensure confidence in U.S. seafood by protecting and strengthening the seafood market through global trade, establishing partnerships with industry and consumer groups, providing seafood inspection services, and analyzing…
June 20, 2017 - Seafood Commerce & Trade

Where Do Alaska Fish Go?

The Alaska Fisheries Science Center, the McDowell Group and the Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission have produced a new publication examining how federally managed groundfish and crab stocks caught in Alaskan waters
May 23, 2016 - Feature Story ,
Man wearing blue hat, yellow jacket and orange gloves holding up seafood.