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Description for 2091: Canned and Cured Fish and Seafoods

Division D: Manufacturing | Major Group 20: Food And Kindred Products

Industry Group 209: Miscellaneous Food Preparations And Kindred

2091 Canned and Cured Fish and Seafoods
Establishments primarily engaged in cooking and canning fish, shrimp, oysters, clams, crabs, and other seafoods, including soups; and those engaged in smoking, salting, drying, or otherwise curing fish and other seafoods for the trade. Establishments primarily engaged in shucking and packing fresh oysters in nonsealed containers, or in freezing or preparing fresh fish, are classified in Industry 2092.
  • Canned fish, crustacea, and mollusks
  • Caviar, canned
  • Chowders, fish and seafood: canned
  • Clam bouillon, broth, chowder, juice: bottled or canned
  • Codfish: smoked, salted, dried, and pickled
  • Crab meat, canned and cured
  • Finnan haddie (smoked haddock)
  • Fish and seafood cakes: canned
  • Fish egg bait, canned
  • Fish, canned and cured
  • Fish: cured, dried, pickled, salted, and smoked
  • Herring: smoked, salted, dried, and pickled
  • Mackerel: smoked, salted, dried, and pickled
  • Oysters, canned and cured
  • Salmon: smoked, salted, dried, canned, and pickled
  • Sardines, canned
  • Shellfish, canned and cured
  • Shrimp, canned and cured
  • Soups, fish and seafood: canned
  • Stews, fish and seafood: canned
  • Tuna fish, canned

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