Cod supply likely to contract in 2023, prices remain high

Published on
January 23, 2023
A graph showing the drop in global cod supply.

The global supply of cod is likely to contract in 2023, with supplies of Atlantic cod projected to come in at under 1 million metric tons (MT).

The data, shared during the National Fisheries Institute Global Seafood Market Conference – held from 15 to 19 January in Palm Springs, California, U.S.A. – indicates landings of Atlantic cod will sit at 929,000 MT in 2023 as the catch falls in the key countries of Norway and Russia.

According to data, gathered by the Groundfish Forum, Russia pulled in …

Image courtesy of the Groundfish Forum/National Fisheries Institute

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