Above: Alaska salmon fishermen at work. Even for many domestic species of seafood, the supply chain is long and quality assurance requires attention at every step of the way. The U.S. Bioterrorism Act of 2005 requires all links in the food and feed supply chain to be traceable. Your distributor should be able to supply this information on request and will often have first hand knowledge of processing facilities. When he first arrived at the Country Club of Land Fall, Wilmington, ...

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