Europe

Dutch Seafood Company is expanding its shrimp-peeling capacity in Morocco by opening a second peeling center in Tangier, according to the company’s chief commercial officer, Wilbert Vedder

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Jason Holland

Norwegian-headquartered fish farming and fishing company Lerøy Seafood Group (LSG) harvested 32,300 metric tons (MT) of salmon and trout in the first quarter of this year, representing a decrease of 5,300 MT compared with the corresponding period of 2018

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Jason Holland

A 5 percent decrease in the volume of fish landed by the U.K. fishing fleet last year was mitigated by an equal increase in the average price per ton of product landed. But with fuel costs climbing

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Jason Holland

Iceland’s fishing fleet landed fish and shellfish valued at almost ISK 126.3 billion (USD 1 billion, EUR 918.5 million) last year, representing an annual increase of 14.8 percent, first-sales data compiled by the country’s Directorate of Fisheries confirmed

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Jason Holland

European Union markets imported a total 513,000 metric tons (MT) of Atlantic cod valued at EUR 2.4 billion (USD 2.7 billion) in 2017

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Stolt Sea Farm is building two new sole production farms in Cervo, Spain, and Tocha, Portugal

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Jason Holland

Iceland Seafood International (ISI) achieved increased sales and profits for the 12 months ending 31 December 2018. Solid contributions to that increase came from its new businesses Oceanpath and Solo Seafood, which were acquired in March and September last year respectively

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Ex-vessel sales of brown crab (Cancer pagurus) in the two important European markets of France and the United Kingdom increased significantly last year, with a modest supply reduction driving up prices

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While the volume of seafood exported by Norway has continued to fall, the value of these sales achieved a new record for the second consecutive month. Norwegian exporters achieved their highest ever February sales total last month with

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Jason Holland

Increased production by France, Poland, and Italy led to a double-digit rise in the European Union’s caviar production in 2016, finds new figures compiled by the Federation of European Aquaculture Producers (FEAP) and published by the European Market Observatory for Fisheries and Aquaculture Products (EUMOFA)

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