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Crab Market Reports

16-06-2017 Whereas the USA is cutting king and snow crab quotas dramatically, the Russian Federation quotas are increasing. Overall, global supplies will decrease, with prices at record levels. Supplies The total allowable catch (TAC) for snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio) in the Bering ...
10-03-2017 While prices for snow crab and king crab have been high recently due to tighter supplies, prices for other species have not increased. On the US west coast, dungeness crab is in short supply, but prices have barely moved since ...
10-08-2016 SuppliesWith only one tanner crab processing plant left in Alaska, which by law cannot process more than 30% of the total volume, a significant amount of this species may be left unprocessed, unless regulators come up with a regulation change. ...
30-03-2016 Russia and the USA are preparing to cooperate in order to fight IUU crab fishing. This may lead to tighter supplies as illegal crab could be removed from the market. Supplies In Russia, the fishing agency, Rosrybolovstvo, has announced that they will ...
26-10-2015 Crab supplies are increasing, mainly as a result of illegal Russian production, and this may push prices further down. Supplies Globally, there are nearly 40 species of crab caught commercially. However, in statistics, many are not specified by the exact species, and ...

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