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Fish Oil and Fishmeal Market Reports

01-03-2015 Ever-growing demands and extreme supply constraints pushed fishmeal and fish oil prices to a record high in late 2014. Peruvian anchovy fishing and thus fishmeal and fish oil production have been affected by a moderate El Niño phenomenon for all of ...
03-11-2014 Increased demand and limited volume available keep fishmeal and fish oil prices up in the first half of 2014. While Peru’s total allowable catch (TAC) for anchovy for the 2014 winter was set at 2.53 million tonnes, 23% more compared with ...
01-09-2014 Fishmeal and fish oil prices back on upward trend due to low production during the first quarter of 2014. Faced with growing demand from the aquaculture and terrestrial animal feed sectors, production of fishmeal in the first quarter did not respond quickly. ...
02-06-2014 In 2014, expected surplus of cod predicts declining prices, whereas haddock and saithe prices forecasted to move up Supplies of groundfish in 2014 will be marginally higher than in 2013 though there will be major differences from species to species. New ...
02-06-2014 Until June 2014, prices for fishmeal in international markets did not respond significantly to the anticipated supply shortage implied by the low anchovy catch in Peru. The low catch was caused primarily by the abnormally high sea temperatures, forcing anchovy stocks ...
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