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09-09-2020 The complete closing of the restaurant trade all over Europe has led to the disappearance of normal demand for fresh and alive bivalves. Prices are low, and aquaculture companies are closing down, waiting for government support in order to survive. Mussels Although restaurants in ...
09-09-2020 With the closing down of the catering and restaurant sector in many countries, cephalopods are being particularly hard hit because most sales occur in this sector. As summer holidays are approaching, the high season for octopus and squid consumption in Europe should also ...
09-09-2020 Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Canadian East Coast crab fisheries got off to a late start, and this may affect total supplies this year. Consequently, prices have gone up, as demand is still good, even though crab is now mainly sold ...
09-09-2020 Although COVID-19 continues to upend the global economy, surprisingly, Peru has reported good progress in achieving the quota set for the first fishing season. Prices are stable so far, but ample supply may potentially exert downward pressure on prices over the coming months. Production In ...
09-09-2020 As the COVID-19 pandemic lingers on, the effects on the seafood market are worsening. In particular, prices for fresh fish are under pressure, while frozen and packaged products remain the preferred choice among consumers. There is no quick relief in sight, and ...
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