New marketing efforts in Maine could benefit everyone in the industry by leading to increased demand, says Fisheries Minister Ron MacKinley.

MacKinley said he thinks what is happening in Maine could lead to higher prices for Island lobster fishermen. “The more lobsters that we can move, the more it should help the price,” he said. Lobster fishermen in the Atlantic region have marketing help through the Lobster Council of Canada, which was established to promote the product as part of efforts to get higher prices. more@theguardian  14:24

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