Fish sticks, fish sandwiches could get harder to get thanks to customs dispute

More shortages are expected to hit the U.S. soon, this time due to a customs dispute.

The dispute located at the U.S. and Canada border could slow down the U.S. supply of Alaska Pollock.

The fish is a key ingredient used to make products such as fish sticks and fast food sandwiches.

The dispute involves a possible violation of the Jones Act, which states that products shipped among U.S. ports must be done via U.S. owned vessels.

Joe Kelley

Joe Kelley

News Director





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