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In July, the Latvian food authority sent Russia a report saying that the Latvian fish canneries had dealt with the irregularities found by Rosselkhoznadzor inspectors.
Not only could the technique cut the cost of bringing water to canneries, but it might also reduce the expense of recycling the water or properly disposing of it.
At the time, Pelican Packers was one of the first micro-canneries to offer fishermen an alternative to selling their catch to the large canneries.
Chiquita Processed Foods bought Agripac's facilities in Oregon and Washington and closed several canneries, including those in Eugene and Salem.
Early industrialists, such as Bell Irving (fisheries), Dunsmuir (mining), or MacMillan (forestry), engaged in a form of primitive accumulation as they and their compatriots rolled across the landscape plugging canneries with fish, ripping open the earth, and tearing down trees.
Community canneries were founded during World War II as a way for mothers and wives to feed their families while men served in the armed forces.
She provides historical context, and she examines the power structures that shape the fishing business, including the government, canneries and skippers.
Canneries across the world are addressing 'ethical audit', a requirement spearheaded by UK retailers in the wake of under-age labour allegations.
Beyond Cannery Row portrays life as remembered by the Sicilian women who worked in the sardine canneries of Monterey, California, during the first half of the twentieth century.
Spanish canneries produce more canned tuna than any other European Union country, and they are now setting their sights across the Atlantic to Latin America, the United States and Canada.
West Coast fleets catch only tuna that are three to five years old and weigh between nine and 25 pounds, as opposed to the industrial canneries that use six- to 15-year-old tuna caught overseas that weigh between 30 and 70 pounds.
THE PHILIPPINES -- The last few years have been a struggle for tuna canneries in the East Asia region.
Doc Puccinelli, owner of one of the canneries in San Pedro in the early part of the century, made a huge pot of cioppino each day to feed his workers.
A prosperous industrial complex lorded by pineapple canneries and gasworks grew and thrived in Iwilei until the late 1980s when industry in the area started to dry up.
displaced from major fishing sites, were compelled to work in the fish canneries.