Today, NOAA Fisheries (National Marine Fisheries Service) estimates that the United States imports more than what percent of the seafood we eat? This includes fish that have been harvested by U.S. fishermen, sent out of the country for processing, and then imported back into the U.S.
The answer is 80%
Today, NOAA Fisheries estimates that the United States imports more than 80 percent of the seafood we eat. A significant portion of imported seafood is caught by American fishermen, exported overseas for processing, and then reimported to the United States.