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04-10-2018 Imports of canned tuna were below last year’s in most leading markets during the first quarter of 2018, with the exception of the United States of America. Demand improved since April/May. Raw Material SupplyTuna catches in the Western and Central Pacific ...
04-10-2018 Wildcaught groundfish supplies are expected to decline by almost 200 000 tonnes in 2018. Further cuts in whitefish quotas on the US East Coast will contribute to price rises and increased US imports of groundfish in the coming 12 months. Prices ...
04-10-2018 Chinese exports to the largest tilapia market, the United States of America, are not showing much sign of picking up despite a continuing price slide, reflecting persistent weak demand at the consumer level. Meanwhile, other producers in Asia and Latin ...
04-10-2018 With global demand increased by the brief lull in price levels in late 2017, the upward trend resumed in the first quarter of 2018, culminating in a temporary supply bottleneck in late April that lifted farmed Atlantic salmon prices to ...
04-10-2018 Bivalve production worldwide seems to be lower this year than during 2017. Algae blooms and the presence of viruses will be impacting the overall performance. Demand continues high and it already lead to substantial increases in prices, a trend that ...

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