blue grenadier


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blue grenadier

n.
See hoki.
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Popular eating species like such as blue grenadier, pink ling, flathead, silver warehou, and fish and chips favourite gummy shark (flake) are all caught in the SESSF.
Duties are therefore suspended or reduced to 4% or 6% for the following fish, for processing: cod, blue grenadier, hake, anchovies, herrings, tunas and skipjack, lobster, shrimps, prawns, squid, surimi, flatfish (flounder, sole, plaice) and Alaska pollock.
Notably, the Commission is proposing liberal quotas for fillets of cod, sole, surimi, blue grenadier, anchovies and hake that have not existed before, as well as increasing existing low duty quotas for whole cod, shrimp and others.
Zero per cent duty quotas are being considered for flesh or frozen cod (up to 50,000 tons), frozen hake for processing (up to 20,000 tons) and frozen blue grenadier fillets (up to 15,000 tons).
Many dogfish are also caught as bycatch, by boats trawling for ling, orange roughy, blue grenadier and other commercial scalefish.
Senator Colbeck said the sustainability of large trawler vessels was demonstrated in Australia with the Marine Stewardship Council certification of the winter blue grenadier fishery recently a fishery that has been accessed by mid-water trawlers for almost two decades.
These cover 20,000 tonnes of blue grenadier frozen fillets and other meat for processing (duty free); 8,000 tonnes of anchovies, salted or in brine (duty free); 40,000 tonnes of frozen squid tubes for processing (3.
The quotas for cod, squid, herring, tuna, shrimp, hake, rock lobster, anchovies, blue grenadier, Alaska pollock and surimi will apply retroactively from January 1, 2004 until December 31, 2006.