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Cephalopods Market Reports

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 ...
13-01-2017 Global octopus landings appear to be on an increasing trend right now. In 2015, landings increased by 6.7 percent compared with 2014. Increases were registered in the major suppliers (Morocco, Mauritania and Mexico), while landings in Spain, Portugal and the ...
08-11-2016 It seems that the cuttlefish trade has been more dynamic as of late. During the first quarter of 2016, imports into Japan increased by almost 20%. Spanish imports of cuttlefish went up by 15% during the same period. The main suppliers ...
03-10-2016 In Spain, authorities and the fishing industry agreed on imposing a ban on octopus fishing in Galician waters for a six-week period, from 20 May 20 until 4 July, and imposing catch limitations thereafter in an effort to improve the ...
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