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28 April 2017 -
28 April 2017
At the opening day of the Seafood Expo in Brussels (25-27 April) – the world 's largest seafood industry event – the European Commission hosted a debate on how to integrate consumer habits, demands and expectations into the supply chain and policy-making.
 
24 April 2017
First sales in Europe and focus on pollack and ray ( indifferent Member States).| Fisheries in Senegal: Senegalese exports of fishery and aquaculture products to the EU consists mainly of shrimp, octopus, tuna, and cuttlefish. Spain, Italy, and France are the main destinations for Senegalese seafood products.
 
14 March 2017
First sales in Europe – overall in 2016, the revenues of EU fisheries were higher, albeit with lower volumes of fish landed. In 2016, the top species were: Norway lobster, sole, herring, mackerel, monk, scallop, hake and cod.
 
2 March 2017
First sales in Europe and focus on Italy – squid and deep-water rose shrimp| Fisheries in Malta: most of bluefin tuna is imported life from other EU member States, and kept for fattening before being exported. | Algae in the EU market: the demand for edible algae is increasing in the EU, where new market stream and new production models are emerging.| Consumption: fresh monk| Fish and seafood prices increased slightly (+0,5%) compared with the previous month.
 
13 January 2017 -
13 January 2017
The majority of Europeans say they eat fish because its healthy. Fish consumption is increasing, with 42% Europeans eating fish/aquaculture products at least once a week at home. This underlines the need to ensure sustainable supply of fish to the EU market.
 
22 December 2016
First sales in Europe and focus on Belgium (ray and gurnard).|Herring preserved in glass jars in Sweden: Sweden manufactures herring preserved in glass jars mostly for the domestic market (82% of total sales). The main export markets are Finland, Denmark, and Germany. | Norway lobster in the EU: The EU fleet accounts for the absolute majority of catches and landings of Norway lobster and mainly supplies the EU consumer market which is the largest end-market globally. | Consumption: fresh common carp.| Fish and seafood prices increased slightly since the beginning of the year.
 
16 December 2016
First sales in Europe and focus on: DENMARK - EUROPEAN EEL, PORTUGAL – SCABBARDFISH, SWEDEN – NORTHERN PRAWN | EU trade in the first semester 2016 – EU imports from third countries reached EUR 11,6 billion, 8% increase over the same period in 2015. Exports to third countries ended at EUR 2,2 billion. Intra EU trade increased 9% reaching almost EUR 12 billion. | Consumption: fresh pollack | Macroeconomic context: Fuel prices increased 37% since the beginning of the year.
 
20 October 2016
First sales in Europe and focus on FRANCE (Norway lobster and European Seabass) and THE UNITED KINGDOM (Scallop and mackerel) | Icelandic fisheries: The EU is the main export market for Icelandic seafood. In 2015 Icelandic exports of seafood amounted to 454.553 tonnes and were worth EUR 1,57 billion. Of these, cod accounted for 38% of the total export value and 22% of the volume. | Consumption: fresh mackerel and fresh hake | Fuel prices increased 35% since the beginning of the year.
 

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