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Cephalopods Market Reports

12-07-2017 The report analyses the market situation over the year 2016 and the first quarter 2017.   International squid prices grew significantly last year in all import markets. However, the outlook for this year’s landings is good, so there may be renewed ...
12-06-2017 The Republic of Korea’s landings of squid from the East Sea have declined over the past decade. In 2012, a total of 83 566 tonnes were landed, but this dropped to 75 660 tonnes in 2013. Further decline was registered in the ...
12-06-2017 In cuttlefish trade, there was little change from 2015. Japan imported slightly less during the first nine months (8 800 tonnes in 2015 compared with 9 100 tonnes in 2015), and Spain imported slightly more (23 900 tonnes versus 22 500 tonnes). For Japan, ...
10-03-2017 While landings of the major cephalopod species increased from 2012 to 2014, a 17 percent drop in landings was registered for 2015. Squid was responsible for this entire decline, as both cuttlefish landings and octopus landings increased. However, taking a longer-term ...
20-02-2017 In Portugal, cuttlefish sales are a seasonal affair. Sales usually peak in the spring period (March–May), and hit a low point during late summer/early autumn. In the period January through May 2016, Portuguese cuttlefish sales amounted to 750 tonnes worth ...
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