EUMOFA is an online tool developed by the European Commission to enhance market intelligence and to contribute to transparency and efficiency of the market for fishery and aquaculture products. Producers, processors, importers, retailers, consumers, markets' analysts and policy makers may all find useful information in the observatory.
EUMOFA enables direct monitoring of the volume, value and price of fishery and aquaculture products, from the first sale to retail stage, including imports and exports. Data are collected from EU countries, Norway, Iceland and from EU institutions and updated every day.
The EUMOFA website is available at the following link:
Registered accounts are maintained.
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Legislation on the EU market for fisheries products (EUR-lex)
Measures to combat illegal fishing
The EU is actively promoting sustainable fisheries around the world. In this context, the EU has on 7 July extended the protocol to the existing Fisheries Partnership Agreement (FPA) with the Islamic Republic of Mauritania for one year.
The Commission adopted its annual communication taking stock of the implementation of the common fisheries policy (CFP) and launched a public consultation on the fishing opportunities for 2021.
For many small vessels in the EU, seabass represents more than 10% of landing value, peaking at 50% in the Netherlands and 40% in France, according to a new report released today by the European Commission and the European Market Observatory for Fisheries and Aquaculture (EUMOFA).