Whitefish

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January 16, 2018

For the fourth year in a row, the Norwegian whitefish industry set a new export record by selling...… Read More

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January 10, 2018

While total seafood has performed relatively well in U.K. foodservice since 2015, fish and chips as a meal has grown faster than both total foodservice and total seafood servings over both the long- and short-term...… Read More

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January 2, 2018

Last season’s commercial landings of Pacific halibut (Hippoglossus stenolepis) totaled 25.6 million pounds (11,612 metric tons – MT), up from...… Read More

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December 20, 2017

Iceland’s fishing fleet caught a total 77,902 metric tons (MT) of seafood last month, an increase of 1 percent compared with November 2016...… Read More

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December 11, 2017

The New England Fishery Management Council (NEFMC) said it had approved “substantial quota increases” for a number of important groundfish stocks in 2018, including...… Read More

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December 6, 2017

European Seabass (Dicentrarchus labrax) and gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata) production in the Mediterranean will reach around 351,000 metric tons (MT) this year...… Read More

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November 27, 2017

The EU imported 1.2 million metric tons (MT) of groundfish worth EUR 4.3 billion (USD 5.1 billion) last year, with the volume and value increasing 5 percent and 3 percent respectively...… Read More

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November 20, 2017

Vietnam’s pangasius exports achieved a total value of USD 1 billion (EUR 847.5 million) in the first seven months of this year, representing an increase of 8.2 percent year-on-year with increased earnings from the U.S. and Chinese markets in particular...… Read More

Published on
November 15, 2017

Rosrybolovstvo, Russia’s fishery agency, has set next year’s total allowable catch (TAC) for pollock at 1.78 million metric tons (MT), which is 110,000 MT or 5.8 percent lower than this year...… Read More

Published on
November 6, 2017

Cod, herring and haddock may vanish from Scotland’s west coast waters by the turn of the century because of global warming, a new study has claimed.

Researchers at the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) near Oban, Scotland, have predicted that by 2100, commercially important species could migrate out from the ecosystem, most likely to colder waters further north, in response to rising sea temperatures...… Read More