ARLINGTON, Va. -- While supplies of some fish are tight, there will still be plenty of product available this year, said Lee Weddig, executive vice president of the National Fisheries Institute here. But other species, such as hake, Alaskan pollock and tuna are in big supply, he said. He also said some U.S. consumers may see some more underutilized species, such as cusk, skates and dog fish, also known as cape shark. Shrimp supplies should improve due to expanded farm production and ...

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