Seafood Import Links

Commercial Fisheries Statistics
The NOAA Fisheries, Fisheries Statistics Division has automated data summary programs that anyone can use to rapidly and easily summarize U.S. commercial fisheries landings.

Seafood Permits and Forms
Dealer / Buyer, Processor / Catcher, Seller / Catcher, Aquaculture, Trade permit information can be found here.

Fishwatch helps you to make smart seafood choices by arming you with the facts about what makes U.S. seafood sustainable—from the ocean or farm to your plate. It gives up-to-date information on the status of some of the nation’s most valuable marine fish harvested in U.S. federal waters as well as U.S. farmed fish that help meet our country’s growing seafood demand. You will also learn how U.S. seafood is responsibly harvested and grown under a strong monitoring, management, and enforcement regime that works to keep the marine environment healthy, fish populations thriving, and our seafood industry on the job.

Importing & Exporting Shellfish & Fishery Products

FDA Imported Seafood Safety Program
FDA is responsible for the safety of all fish and fishery products entering the United States. The agency uses every available tool to identify immediate or potential threats as well as the best course of action to protect public health and safety. As part of the FDA’s import safety effort, the agency provides as much available information and guidance as possible to consumers, industry, and government about seafood safety.