The European Union continued to have a positive seafood trade balance with Japan last year, with a surplus value of EUR 247 million (USD 279.9 million), finds new data published by the European Market Observatory for Fisheries and Aquaculture Products (EUMOFA)… Read More
Norway exported 138,000 metric tons (MT) of herring worth NOK 1.2 billion (USD 146.4 million, EUR 125.3 million) in the first-half of this year… Read More
Herring was the EU’s No. 1 exported small pelagic species with regards to volume and second-most in value terms last year, new data from the European Market Observatory for Fisheries and Aquaculture Products (EUMOFA) has confirmed… Read More
The Icelandic fleet caught 146,742 metric tons (MT) of seafood last month, an increase of 30 percent compared with April 2017, with large rises in the volumes of whitefish, pelagic fish, flatfish and shellfish landed, according to the latest preliminary figures issued by Statistics Iceland.
A total 49,116 MT of demersal species were landed in April (up 23 percent), with cod accounting for 23,432 MT (+30 percent), saithe at 7,452 MT (up 25… Read More
The Icelandic fishing fleet caught 157,277 metric tons (MT) of seafood last month, a decrease of 22 percent compared with March… Read More
The total volume of salmon being produced on Norwegian fish farms in February increased by three percent year-on-year to approximately 697,000 metric tons (MT), according to industry group Seafood Norway.
This latest biomass figure was 27,000 MT less than the previous month, but the volumes for January, December, and November 2017 were up four percent, seven percent, and nine percent respectively.
Norway is forecast to harvest 1.3 million MT of… Read More
Seventy-eight percent of all the tuna caught worldwide in 2016 came from stocks deemed to be at healthy levels, the same proportion as the previous year, finds the latest… Read More
Norway exported 176,935 metric tons (MT) of fishery and aquaculture products worth NOK 7 billion (USD 897.4 million, EUR 723 million) last month, representing a volume decline… Read More
Around ISK 11.1 billion (USD 108.8 million, EUR 88.7 million) worth of seafood was caught by the Icelandic fishing fleet in October 2017, an… Read More