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Argentina

Argentina Dept. of Agriculture, Cattle, and Fisheries
Paseo Colon 982
Buenos Aires, 1305
Argentina
Tel: 5413492331; Fax: 5413340367

Australia

Australian Seafood Industry Councils

Ocean Watch Australia Ltd
Locked Bag 247
Pyrmont NSW 2009, Australia

Ocean Watch Australia primarily deals with habitat and pollution related issues for our state's industry which is heavily dependent on species that utilise estuaries, wetlands, etc.

Canada

Association Quebecoise de L' Industrie de la Peche
1458 Maguire
Sillery, Quebec
Canada G1T 1Z4

BC Salmon Marketing Council
1100 1200 West 73rd Ave.
Vancouver, B.C.
Canada, V6P 6G5
E-mail : BCSMC@bcsalmon.ca

Canadian Atlantic Lobster Promotion Association
Beach Point
Prince Edward Island
Canada C0A 1V0
Tel: (902) 962-3069; Fax: (902) 962-4207

Canadian Food Inspection Agency
Fish Inspection Directorate
59 Camelot Drive
Nepean, Ontario
K1A 0Y9
Tel: (613) 225-2342

National Seafood Sector Council
805, 255 Albert St.
Ottawa, Ontario
K1P 6A9
Telephone: (613) 782-2391
Fax: (613) 782-2386
info@nssc.ca

The mission of the NSSC is to implement labour-management strategies that meet long-term human resource needs of the Canadian seafood processing industry.

Newfoundland Seafood Market Council
P.O. Box 8700
St. John's NF
Canada A1B 4B8
Tel: (709) 729-3990; Fax: (709) 729-6082

Germany

German Catfish Institute
Beumann, Groning and Partners
Falkenreid 84, D
20251 Hamburg, Germany
Tel: (40) 480 65511; Fax (40) 465130

India

Marine Products Export Authority
MPEDA House
Panampilly Ave.
Cochin 682 036, India
Fax: +91 484 314467

Latin America

Latin America Fish Technologists Network
Instituto de Investigaciones Pesqueras
Prof.Dr.Victor H.Bertullo
Facultad de Veterinaria - Universidad de la República
Calle Tomás Basañez 1160
Montevideo 11.300 Uruguay
Tel: (598 2) 621 496
Fax: (598 2) 620 121
E-mail: redpesca@pes.fvet.edu.uy

United Kingdom

Shetland Salmon Farmers' Association
18 Alexanda Buildings
Lerwick, Shetland
UK ZE1 0LL

United States

Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute
1200 112th Avenue NE, Suite C-226
Bellevue, WA 98004
Tel: (425) 451-7464 / Fax: (425) 451-9795

ASMI's website promotes the quality of Alaska's seafood and serves to educate consumers and seafood industry members alike. The site contains valuable information on Alaska seafood, recipes, seafood art gallery, and a directory of Alaskan seafood sources.

American Seafood Institute
212 Main St., Suite 3
Wakefield, RI 02879
Tel: (401) 783-4200; Fax: (401) 789-9727

California Seafood Council
P.O. Box 91540
Santa Barbara, CA 03190
Tel: (805) 569-8050
Fax: (805) 569-8052
E-mail: seafood@ca-seafood.org

The Catfish Institute
P.O. Box 247
Belzoni, MS 39038
Tel: 601-247-4913

Florida Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Bureau of Seafood and Aquaculture
2051 E. Dirac Drive
Tallahasee, FL 32310-3760
Tel: (850) 488-0613 / Fax: (850) 922-3271
E-mail: seafood@doacs.state.fl.us

Hawaii Seafood Campaign
Ocean Resources Branch
P.O. Box 2359
Honolulu, HI 96804
Tel: (808) 587-2680; Fax: (808) 587-2777

Louisiana Seafood Promotion and Marketing Board
P.O. Box 70648
New Orleans, LA 70172-0648
Tel: (504) 568-5693; Fax: (504) 568-5668

Louisiana Seafood Promotion and Marketing Board
1600 Canal Street Suite 210
New Orleans, LA 70112
1-800-222-4017
Fax: 504-568-5668
E-mail : lspmb@bellsouth.net

Louisiana's warm Gulf waters and fertile estuarine systems are home to more than 100 commercially valuable seafood species, a variety unmatched anywhere else in the nation.

Maine Department of Marine Resources
21 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0021
Susan Inches
E-mail: sue.inches@state.me.us
Tel: (207) 624-6558

Maine Lobster Promotion Council
382 Harlow St.
Bangor, ME 04401
Tel: (207) 947-2966; Fax: (207) 947-3191

Maine Sardine Council
P.O. Box 337
Brewer, ME 04412
Tel; (207) 989-2180; Fax: (207) 989-2154
E-mail: msardine@mint.net

Maryland Dept. of Agriculture
Seafood Marketing Program
50 Harry Truman Parkway
Annapolis, MD 21401
Tel: (301) 841-5820; Fax: (410) 841-5987

National Shrimp Processors Association
28000 One Atlantic Center
1201 W. Peachtree St.
Atlanta, GA 30309
Tel: (404) 873-8546; Fax: (404) 873-8649

New Bedford Seafood Coalition
104 Co-Op Wharf
New Bedford, MA 02740
Jim Kendall
Executive Director
Tel: (508) 997-0013; Fax: (508) 997-0913
E-mail: nbsc@ma.ultranet.com

New Jersey Dept. of Agriculture
Fish & Seafood Development Program
CN 330 Room 204
Trenton, NJ 08625
Tel: (609) 984-6757; Fax: (609) 633-7229

North Carolina Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer Services
PO Box 27647
Raleigh, NC 27611
Tel: (919) 733-7125

Norwegian Seafood Export Council
129 Main St. N
Woodbury, CT 06798
Tel: (800) 328-7256; Fax: (203) 263-0711

Oregon Dungeness Crab Commission
P.O. Box 1160
Coos Bay, OR 97420
Tel: (541) 267-5810 / Fax: (541) 267-5772
E-mail: dcrab@ucinet.com

Pacific Coast Oyster Growers Association
120 State Ave., N.E. #142
Olympia, WA 98501
Tel: (206) 459-2828; Fax: (206) 459-2829

Pacific Northwest Seafood Association
1921 NE Wasco
Portland, Oregon 97232
Finlay Anderson, Director
Tel: 503-287-5723/ Fax: 503-287-5784

Seafood OREGON is a marketing program currently under development by a cooperative effort of the Oregon Trawl Commission, the Oregon Dungeness Crab Commission, the Oregon Department of Agriculture, and the Pacific Northwest Seafood Association.

Seafood HACCP Alliance for Education & Training

The Seafood HACCP Alliance was formed to foster a more uniform and current national education, training and technical assistance program for the seafood industry and the federal, state and local food inspectors. The Alliance approach is to develop basic education manuals and conduct a series of 'train-the-trainer' courses to help prepare a cadre of instructors across the nation. Likewise, through continuing project funds from the National Sea Grant College Program, they plan to provide a number of actual training sessions for the regional industries and inspectors. To assure regional coverage, the Alliance is organized in alignment with the regional affiliates of the Association of Food & Drug Officals (AFDO). They are represented by pertinent agencies, academic expertise and industry. The Alliance does not develop or direct policy or commercial response. The Alliance role is strictly for development and delivery of educational programs.

Seafood HACCP Steering Committee

Association of Food & Drug Officials and their six regional Affiliates
US Food and Drug Administration, Office of Seafood
National Marine Fisheries Service
National Fisheries Institute
National Food Processors Association
Interstate Shellfish Sanitation Conference
USDA Cooperative Research, Education & Extension Services
National Sea Grant Office and the State based programs in Alaska, California, Florida, Louisiana, North Carolina, Oregon and Virginia

Contact: Steve Otwell Food Sci. & Human Nutrition Dept., University of Florida, Gainesville, FL (Ph: 904/392-1991; Fax: 904/392-8594; e-mail: Otwell@gnv.ifas.ufl.edu)

Seafood Network Information Center
A technical seafood resource site hosted by the Food Science & Technology Dept. of the University of California. Contains a wide range of seafood-related information, including seafood publications, meetings, organizations, guidelines and regulations. Special emphasis on the Seafood HACCP Alliance.

South Carolina Marine Resources Center
Marine Resources Division
P.O. Box 12559
Charleston, SC 29422-2559
Ray Rhodes
Tel: (843) 762-5040 / Fax: (843) 762-5110
E-mail: rhodesr@mrd.dnr.state.sc.us

Virginia Marine Products Board
554 Denbign Blvd., Suite B
Newport News, VA 23602
Tel: (804) 874-3474; Fax: (804) 886-0671

Washington Farmed Salmon Commission
P.O. Box 5305
Bellingham, WA 98227
Tel: (206) 671-1997; Fax: (206) 671-2271

West Coast Seafood Processors Association
2130 SW 5th Avenue, Suite 240
Portland, OR 97201
Tel: (503) 227-5076
Fax: (503) 227-0237
E-mail: info@wcspa.com

The West Coast Seafood Processors Association (WCSPA) exists to serve the needs of the shore-based seafood processors in California, Oregon, and Washington, who must fight to survive in the face of today's economic, environmental, and regulatory
challenges.