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07-01-2021 ICES has announced their revised advice for the 2021 quotas for the northeast Atlantic, and suggests a 24 percent increase in the herring quota and an 8 percent cut in the mackerel quota. Demand for frozen pelagics is good, partly as a ...
07-01-2021 The first anchovy fishing season in the north-central area in Peru concluded on 15 August with a total authorized quota of 2.41 million tonnes. The quota was fully taken despite mixed difficulties due to the pandemic during fishing operations. Since early 2020, ...
07-01-2021 Given the high proportion of seabass and seabream sales that are dependent on the severely impacted restaurant sector, the industry was at risk of being severely affected by the pandemic. However, a timely drop in production has pushed up prices and staved ...
07-01-2021 During July to September 2020, tuna catches worldwide remained low to moderate while skipjack prices increased by 15 to 20 percent compared with 2019. Even so, the canned tuna sector experienced good demand during this difficult pandemic crisis. Supply In general, tuna landings were ...
07-01-2021 Bivalve trade has been severely affected by COVID-19, but while lower priced species are recovering in the second half, oysters were the most severely impacted. The bivalve industry is again at a turning point, as there is some concern that the "second ...

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