Confluence of factors cause disconnect in salmon pricing

Seafood producers were hoping U.S. consumers would have cheaper salmon this year, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. The $8.99 per pound of the U.S. consumer pays at a minimum in Anchorage isn’t making its way back down the chain to the fishermen, whose overall pay has been slashed in half by a cyclone of every possible negative market pressure and a marketing campaign that keeps prices high and attracts fraudsters. Read the rest here 09:23