Court Docs Say “Bayside Program" Was Known by Feds For Decades, Supply Route Now Paralyzed
In the baffling crack down on a transportation corridor used by Bering Sea Pollock at-sea processors and known to federal officials for decades, penalty fines have been so high that it has paralyzed that route and sent suppliers scrambling for options. There are few.
Over $350 million in fines from the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has stopped 24.82 million pounds of seafood product held in cold storage in Bayside, New Brunswick, more than 2 million pounds of seafood product currently on board ...
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