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Pricing and marketing Oregon seafoods Public Deposited

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Published March 1970. Facts and recommendations in this publication may no longer be valid. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension Catalog:  http://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog

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  • Oregon's seafood processing, distribution, and retailing industry adds approximately $36 million in value to the $16 million landed value of Oregon seafood. This industry not only affects Oregon consumers, but involves distributors, retailers, and consumers in a number of other states and countries such as California, Illinois, Colorado, England, and France. There are more than 40 varieties of fish and crustaceans landed at Oregon ports and more than 400 kinds of seafoods marketed in Oregon.' For illustrative purposes the following five seafood products are discussed in this study: • fresh troll-caught silver salmon, for convenience referred to here as salmon; • hand-picked Dungeness crab meat frozen in #10 tins, crab meat; • frozen Dungeness crab in the shell, shell crab; • fresh fillet of Dover sole, sole; • cooked and peeled frozen shrimp meat in #10 tins, shrimp. These five seafoods are generally representative of all salmon, crab, groundfish, and shrimp landed in Oregon and constitute 50.46% of the landed value of all Oregon seafoods. The major seafood excluded is Albacore tuna, which constituted 45.59% of the landed value of all Oregon seafoods in 1968. The harvesting, processing, distributing, and retailing activities of salmon, crab meat, shell crab, sole, and shrimp as defined above are first briefly described. The pricing and marketing share of the consumer's seafood dollar for these same five seafoods is then discussed.
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