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14-01-2019 Supplies of both octopus and squid are getting tighter. There is now an urgent need to improve the management of these resources. Overfishing on the high seas and in areas adjacent to national Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZ) is becoming a ...
14-01-2019 Viet Nam’s farmed pangasius industry, the largest in the world, took in just over USD 1 billion in export revenue over the first six months of 2018, boosted by particularly strong sales in China and record high prices. Production growth ...
14-01-2019 In Iceland the autumn mackerel season was off to a promising start. However, the outlook for 2019 may not be that good. Several herring fisheries are looking uncertain, and catches may be reduced next year, with prices rising. Mackerel The mackerel ...
14-01-2019 The total allowable catch for Alaska snow crab has been increased by 47 percent for the 2018/19 season. This will improve the supply situation and possibly put some pressure on prices. Dungeness crab prices are expected to rise in China ...
14-01-2019 Bivalves are becoming a very popular seafood item. The environmentally sensitive consumer gets a product that is good for the environment. Bivalves do not need expensive feed to grow and are not a burden to the environment as other cultured ...

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