Haddock supply predicted to remain flat in 2023

A graph showing the global haddock supply since 2014.

The global supply of haddock in 2022 held at just over 300,000 metric tons (MT), and the supply for 2023 will likely remain at that level as well.

“We see very little change in the catch from 2022 to 2023,” Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers Director of Industry Relations, Partnerships, and Fishery Analysis Ron Rogness said during a panel on whitefish at the National Fisheries Institute Global Seafood Market Conference, held from 15 to 19 January in La Quinta, California, U.S.A.

Global catches of haddock have remained relatively flat over the last several years, with the highest catch total at 340,000 MT in 2016, and the lowest catch occurring in 2014 at 288,000 MT. Groundfish Forum predictions shared at the conference indicate that the 2023 catch will be ... 

Image courtesy of Groundfish Forum/National Fisheries Institute Global Seafood Market Conference

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