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Crab Market Reports

11-04-2019 The TACs for red king crab have been reduced both in Alaska and in Norway. Supplies may therefore be tighter in 2019, as will snow crab supplies. There is also uncertainty about supplies of Dungeness crab. Prices may rise. Supplies The ...
14-01-2019 The total allowable catch for Alaska snow crab has been increased by 47 percent for the 2018/19 season. This will improve the supply situation and possibly put some pressure on prices. Dungeness crab prices are expected to rise in China ...
15-10-2018 Quotas for snow crab have been cut in Canada and the United States of America and landings are down in Northern Europe. Supplies of blue swimming crab declined considerably because of the early Ramadan in Indonesia. Prices for all products ...
20-03-2018 The report analyses the market situation until September 2017 The supply of king crab and snow crab appears to be mixed, with snow crab resources in the Barents Sea growing, while Canadian stocks are declining. The Dungeness crab fishery on the ...
29-11-2017 The report analyses the market situation until June 2017 The Russian Federation has larger quotas for crab in 2017, and in turn supplies are expected to improve. In the United States of America, Pacific landings have been disappointing. Prices are currently ...
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