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19-05-2017 A severe algal bloom in Chile, combined with biological challenges in Norway, have seen global production of farmed Atlantic salmon drop by some 7 percent in 2016, while Chilean harvests of farmed Pacific have also been negatively affected. With wild ...
19-05-2017 Global trade in fish and fishery products is expected to show a return to growth for 2016, although the forecasted total of US$140 billion traded is still below the 2014 total of US$148.3 billion. However, due to the significant strengthening ...
19-05-2017 Toxins in seawater and disease put a stress on bivalve supplies in 2016. Though no official statistics are yet available, it is likely that the main producing countries have experienced output declines. Prices have been sky high. Demand during the ...
24-04-2017 Demand was slow in the traditional canned tuna markets worldwide during January–September 2016, which led to lower imports in the western markets. Developing markets in the Middle East, East Asia and Latin America, however, maintained reasonable canned tuna import growth ...
24-04-2017 Supplies are expected to be strong in 2017, with relatively high quotas for cod and higher quotas for Alaska pollock. Cod is predicted to do well in the market, fetching high prices, while Alaska pollock prices will remain low. Resources The European ...
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