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The seafood industry is in the middle of a sea change.

The industry has been struggling to compete with the rise of domestic demand and the rising demand for seafood.

It is a struggle that has resulted in the rapid expansion of the industry.

With seafood prices having risen by an average of 20 percent over the last decade, seafood companies are facing the possibility of having to compete against a sea of imports.

A study by the Center for Food Safety found that the industry is already facing an uncertain future, as the food supply becomes increasingly restricted.

The report points out that in many parts of the world, fish is a primary source of protein and nutrients, and the growing demand for it has increased demand for fish products from other countries.

“As the demand for animal protein and fish protein grows in the developing world, the demand will only grow further,” the study states.

The rise in demand for raw seafood has caused many restaurants to move to locations with lower costs, such as in rural areas and urban areas, according to the study.

But the seafood industry isn’t just facing a shortage of fish products.

The study also found that seafood costs are likely to continue to increase as a result of climate change.

“The industry’s dependence on imported fish has been growing, especially with the increase in the cost of fish protein and other protein sources,” the report states.

A few years ago, seafood prices were about a third of what they are today.

In fact, the report found that since the 1970s, the price of seafood in the U.S. has increased more than 600 percent, according, to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.

The rising price of fish has also led to the closure of some fish-processing plants and the increase of the cost for some seafood suppliers, such the seafood processors who import the fish.

In addition, the increasing demand for wild fish has caused a number of fisheries to lose their fisheries.

This year alone, some of the nation’s largest fish producers have closed or are closing their facilities, according the Center.

These fish farms have caused a significant loss in fish for the seafood processing industry.

“This year alone we’ve lost $10 billion in fish and shellfish, which is a lot,” Gary McAllister, executive director of the Seafood Industry Association, told the Washington Post.

“It’s not a small amount, and we are very concerned.”

The price of wild salmon has been dropping since the 1980s, but it has not been the only issue that has affected the industry, according a report by the National Resources Defense Council.

According to the report, the rising costs of wild and frozen fish have caused the industry to reduce the number of fish processing jobs.

The decline of wild fish also means that many fishermen are having to find new ways to earn money, including fishing for shrimp and tilapia in the Gulf of Mexico, according NBC News.

“A lot of fishermen are starting to find a way to survive and make a living by working on shrimp and other marine species,” Chris Neely, senior vice president for global markets at the U,S.

National Marine Fisheries Service, told NBC News, “or fishing for wild tilapias, tilapies, and other fish species.”

Some companies are also having to cut back on production and hiring.

According the report by NRDC, there are more than 2,300 fisheries operating in the United States that produce over 1.2 million tons of seafood annually.

The majority of these companies are in the seafood business in New England, but some are located in the Pacific Northwest and in other states.

While the seafood industries are facing a difficult future, they are also experiencing an opportunity.

A recent report by Seafood Business Group found that, in 2018, more than two million people around the world were employed in the industry and over one million jobs were created.

The seafood business is growing at a faster rate than any other industry, and there is an increasing demand to expand the industry globally.

“There is a real opportunity to become a sustainable source of income for our seafood industry,” said Gary McManus, president and CEO of the New England Seafood Council, according CNBC.

“I think the seafood economy is a very positive story for all of us.

I think it’s going to be a very strong economic force going forward, and I believe the seafood is one of the things that we need to be focused on and invest in.”

The report also noted that the seafood market has reached an all-time high, and it is projected to be the fourth largest in the world by 2050.