June 7: Abalone, the world’s most expensive seafood, is being packed in highly-decorated metal cans by an Australian processor to enable it to expand its operations and avoid the complexities involved with live exports.

The cans are supplied by Impress Australasia.
Melbourne-based Southern United Seafood is exporting as much as 90 percent of its canned abalone, a seafood delicacy that sells in Australia for around A$30 (US$24.60) a can. Most of it goes to China.

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