In the international world of seafood exporting, you never know what may end up where.
Seafood from Newfoundland and Labrador, for example, regularly ends up in cities like Tokyo, Seoul and Shanghai.
Before reaching its final destination, there can be other stops along the way.
In November, I had the opportunity to take a tour at one such stop.
It was in a crab plant in Yantai, China. Crab processed at the plant was headed straight for the sushi restaurants of Tokyo ... and also for pizza toppings.
Yantai is a fishing port city situated on the Yellow Sea. Its population in 2010 was around 7 million people.
The video above shows what I saw. Take a look at the following photos to learn how crab got locally is handled when it arrives on the other side of the world.
Fishing for China was made possible thanks to a fellowship from the Asia Pacific Foundation with support from Cathay Pacific.