Of the companies facing the most pressure across the seafood supply chain, few feel the pinch more than processors, especially those focused on frozen fish.

Amid unprecedented raw material inflation, those same groups -- like Canada-based High Liner Foods -- have to face the pressure from buyers, who themselves are facing cost headaches and consumers more careful with their spending.

High Liner has proven remarkably resilient, however, perhaps in part due an increased interest in frozen foods as consumers faced COVID lockdowns and inflation, but also via a steady execution of CEO Rod Hepponstall's restructuring plan, which