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24-06-2019 With the Chilean sector’s performance improving in 2018, the global Atlantic salmon aquaculture industry is matching good profitability with consistent and controlled growth. Despite a 5 percent increase in supply in 2018, production growth continues to lag demand and stakeholders ...
24-06-2019 While there was a slight increase in supplies of North American and tropical lobsters in 2018, the increase is apparently not enough to keep up with demand. Consequently, prices continue to rise. Supply Between 2007 and 2016, landings of Homarus lobsters ...
24-06-2019 Quotas for snow crab are being cut in Canada but increased in Alaska. The overall supply situation will be tighter in 2019. It might be very tight for king crab and the Alaska red king crab fishery may be totally ...
24-06-2019 Bivalves are in huge demand worldwide, with new consumers starting to appreciate this seafood. The production of bivalves is growing, applying new technology, such as offshore production areas, in order to meet the ever-growing demand. Different from other seafood, bivalves ...
24-06-2019 The overall supplies of small pelagics will be around 11 percent lower in 2019 than in 2018. Prices for most species are expected to rise. For mackerel, prices will continue to rise from a high level, while for herring, the ...

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