These workers at Sanford’s fish plant in Auckland are packing ‘choice fish fillets’ which are destined for export. At the time, in the early 1960s, New Zealand fish exports were minor. Deep-water fisheries were still unexplored by New Zealanders, but there must have been fish out there as foreign vessels were increasingly showing up offshore around this time.
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