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10-03-2017 Over 14 million tonnes of bivalves are produced by aquaculture every year. However, the share of bivalves entering international trade is relatively small, as most of the production is consumed within the production country. This is especially true for the ...
10-03-2017 As biomasses in Norwegian farms pushed regulatory limits in late summer, markets have had to absorb relatively larger volumes of farmed salmon with the prevailing exceptionally high prices falling somewhat as a result. The global supply situation remains extremely tight, ...
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 ...
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 ...
22-02-2017 Current lobster prices on the North American market are at the highest they have been in ten years. A combination of weak landings and higher demand has pushed prices up, particularly for lobster meat. Meanwhile, the dispute over a possible ...
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