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10-09-2019 The International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) has made some slight changes in their quota advice for 2020 but, in general, the supply situation is expected to be relatively stable in the months to come. This should ...
10-09-2019 Lower octopus quotas in Morocco will mean a tighter supply situation, and probably rising prices. For squid, supplies might be a bit better, but squid prices keep climbing slowly on major markets. Octopus Octopus fishing in North Africa started on 15 ...
25-06-2019 Production forecasts for the global seafood sector in 2019 suggest total supply will be similar to 2018. Flat or marginal growth is projected while demand continues to strengthen. Catches will remain low for some key wild-caught species, including cod, mackerel ...
25-06-2019 After an overall decline in imports in 2018, US tilapia traders who bought in anticipation of a 1 March tariff hike that never happened may be left with too much fish to sell amidst falling prices and weak demand. Production Global ...
25-06-2019 Production Global production of fishmeal and fish oil in 2018 increased by over 90 percent compared to 2017. This growth was mainly driven by Peru’s soaring output that rose from 735 000 tonnes in 2017 to around 141 000 tonnes in 2018. Peruvian ...

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