Local StarKist plant will can Cook Islands tuna for Asia-Pacific market
Sep 6, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Samoa News
The Cook Islands Ministry of Marine Resources has announced that it will begin shipments of Albacore tuna to the Starkist Samoa cannery in American Samoa for processing under the label "Cook Islands Golden Tuna," which will be produced for the Cook Islands and Asia markets.
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Since: Apr 09
#1 Sep 7, 2012
This is a great opportunity for all of our pacific island nations to cooperate and strengthen our economic opportunities. We in American Samoa can be Americans Ambassador in this Pacific Island Forum. Our ties to the U.S. will bring a closer relationship with them to our needs. Climate Change, Tourism, Fishing, and other economic development are just some of the issues right now for our pacific islands. How can we as a group help ourselves solve these problems and with the big nations like the U.S, China, Australia, and New Zealand ready to assist us.
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