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Cephalopods Market Reports

01-08-2011 Octopus supplies from Morocco are suffering from reduced quotas and catches, while the cuttlefish market is quiet. Japanese imports of octopus declined in 2010, and this trend is continuing in 2011, according to recently published statistics on Japanese imports. During the ...
01-05-2010 The octopus season off West Africa is still underway and likely to continue through April, but catches are lower than expected, and the sizes caught are not easy to sell. Abundant octopus supply snapped up by high demand in 2009 The octopus ...
01-04-2010 Less squid will lead to higher prices? - The new squid season in Argentine waters has just begun. The first indications from there are that the 2010 season will be even worse than the 2009 season. The specimens taken are ...
01-02-2010 Octopus was in good supply, which resulted in a sharp downturn of prices. Some upward adjustments in octopus prices are likely, as catches are extremely low at the moment. Mauritanian octopus production record high in 2009 Octopus was in good supply, which ...
01-11-2009 Economic crisis hits cephalopod market - Buying interest, especially by European buyers of cephalopods, was slow this year. The economic crisis meant that fewer tourists travelled to the Southern part of the continent, resulting in lower demand for cephalopod products. ...
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