A new federal report shows how much seafood is imported into the United States each year and what it ends up in our supermarkets.
The report, produced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and published Thursday, found that more than 4.1 million tons of seafood are imported each year into the country.
That’s the equivalent of nearly 1.2 million pounds of salmon, or 2.5 million pounds a year, the report said.
The seafood industry is a $2.3 trillion industry in the United Sates and the majority of those products come from China.
The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization estimates that more people die from the disease from eating seafood than from any other cause.
The government, along with other groups, are working to prevent the crisis by tracking seafood imports, exports and processing facilities to make sure they aren’t poisoning people.
But the U-S imports a lot of seafood that ends up on our plates, and many of those imports are for things like frozen fish, which is a staple of many Americans.
It’s a common source of the highly infectious diseases like salmonella, norovirus, and typhoid that are causing so much death in this country, according to the report.
The Department of Health and Human Services is currently tracking more than 7,000 seafood facilities, according the report, which was released by the Food and Nutrition Board.
It found that some of the seafood facilities were also importing seafood for export.
The USDA’s report found that the largest share of seafood imports in the U, by far, came from China and South Korea.
About 1.9 million tons a year are imported into this country from those two countries, according a USDA spokeswoman.
About 800,000 tons are imported from China each year.
In addition, about 1.3 million tons are exported from these countries to the U each year, with the vast majority going to Canada, Mexico, and the European Union.
The largest share is exported from Canada, with about 5 million tons, according USDA.
The number of shrimp imports also jumped in the last few years, the USDA said.
The report said about 1,700 tons a day were imported into and from the United Kingdom, about 3,400 tons from South Africa, about 2,500 tons from Brazil, and about 2 500 tons from Thailand.
There are also large numbers of frozen fish imports into the U from Japan and Mexico.
The FDA also tracks seafood imports from the U., but its figures are not as comprehensive.
In 2015, it estimated that nearly 1 million tons were imported annually from the country, up from about 1 million in 2014.
But FDA data shows that the majority is for frozen foods, according its data.
The U.K. has been at the forefront of the efforts to limit seafood imports into this nation, and in recent years, it has had a strict ban on the import of fish that were found to contain a toxin.
The agency is working with other countries to limit the number of fish imports, and it will be working with the FDA to reduce the amount of fish found in the country’s frozen foods.