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Scientific Names for Trade Monitored Species

NOAA Fisheries monitors the trade of these species or species groups under our trade programs.

U.S. Inspected Seafood and the Global Market

The work of the Seafood Inspection Program helps protect and strengthen the U.S. seafood market for U.S. fishermen and seafood producers.
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Keeping IUU Fish and Fish Products Out of U.S. Markets

Illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing activities threaten ocean ecosystems, sustainable fisheries, coastal economies, and food security. To tackle an issue as far-reaching and complex as IUU fishing, a comprehensive global approach is essential.
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United States Takes Leading Role in Global Fisheries Management

November 21 is World Fisheries Day. Read our latest leadership message from Alexa Cole, new Director for NOAA Fisheries’ Office of International Affairs and Seafood Inspection, to learn how U.S. fisheries management and seafood inspection set the global standard for sustainability.
November 20, 2019 - Leadership Message ,
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Japanese Market News

Japan is one of the world's largest markets for seafood products.

Three Alpha Codes for Seafood Import Monitoring Program

The Seafood Import Monitoring Program, or SIMP, establishes the reporting and recordkeeping requirements needed to prevent illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing and/or misrepresented seafood from entering U.S. commerce. The three alpha codes list includes the species that require the full set of SIMP records.
April 02, 2019 - Form ,

Seafood Import Monitoring Program Essential Forms and Documents

The Seafood Import Monitoring Program, or SIMP, establishes the reporting and recordkeeping requirements needed to prevent illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing and/or misrepresented seafood from entering U.S. commerce. SIMP provides updated…

Harmonized Tariff Codes for Seafood Import Monitoring Program

The Seafood Import Monitoring Program, or SIMP, establishes the reporting and recordkeeping requirements needed to prevent illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing and/or misrepresented seafood from entering U.S. commerce. As a part of SIMP, the documents below include updated harmonized tariff schedule codes.
March 11, 2019 - Form ,

Model Aggregated Catch Certificate for Seafood Import Monitoring Program

The model aggregated catch certificate form is used for recording harvest events, both wild-capture and aquaculture. This form consists of two parts—the justification for data elements and format for electronic reporting and the certificate for traceability harvest and landing receipt for small-scale harvest events.
March 11, 2019 - Form ,

Model Catch Certificate for Seafood Import Monitoring Program

The model catch certificate form is used for recording harvest events, both wild-capture and aquaculture. This form consists of multiple parts—the justification for data elements and format for electronic reporting, the certificate for traceability harvest and landing receipt, model reprocessing certificate for traceability primary or secondary processing, and model transshipping certificate for traceability.
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