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2022-04-21

EUMOFA Monthly Highlights - 3 / 2022

Dear reader,
 
The latest issue of the EUMOFA Monthly Highlights has now been published. The headline messages from this month’s market insights are below.
The issue may be downloaded as a PDF here.
The data underlying the first sales analyses in the Monthly Highlights report are available in the annex here.
 
With kind regards,
The EUMOFA team
 
What's new in EUMOFA
  • Do not miss the next EUMOFA Talk at Seafood Expo Global 2022 in Barcelona. Please, also visit the EUMOFA stand in Hall 3 booth number 3G100, during the exhibition from 26 to 28 April.
  • First sales data for Iceland is now available in EUMOFA.
  • The latest monthly report on online shops retail prices for weeks 9-12 2022 has been published.
 

IMPACTS OF THE RUSSIAN WAR OF AGGRESSION AGAINST UKRAINE

 
On 25 March 2022, the European Commission adopted an Implementing Decision, triggering the crisis mechanism of the European Maritime, Fisheries and Aquaculture Fund (EMFAF) as a consequence of the Russian war of aggression against Ukraine. Read more.
 

FIRST SALES IN EUROPE

 
In December 2021, compared to December 2020, first-sales value and volume of fisheries and aquaculture products increased in Belgium, Cyprus, France, Latvia, Lithuania, and Portugal. Read more.

Access the most recent weekly (up to week 14 of 2022) and monthly (January 2021) data for first sales in Europe on the EUMOFA website.
 
FIRST SALES OF ANGLER (MONKFISH) AND BLACKSPOT SEABREAM
From January 2019 to December 2021, the weighted average first-sales price of angler in Italy was 7,37 EUR/kg, 93% higher than in the Netherlands (3,82 EUR/kg), and 16% higher than that of Spain (6,33 EUR/kg). Read more.

In the same period, the weighted average first-sales price of blackspot seabream in Spain was 21,09 EUR/kg. This was nearly 50% higher than in Portugal (14,39 EUR/kg), and 35% higher than in Italy (15,59 EUR/kg). Read more.
 

EXTRA-EU IMPORTS

 
Price of fresh or chilled gilthead seabream from Turkey showed an upward trend from the beginning of 2022. Read more.
 

CONSUMPTION

 
Italian consumers spent an average of 13,95 EUR per month for a kilogram of octopus, whereas consumers in Portugal spent 9,38 EUR on average per month over the past three years (January 2019 – December 2021). Read more.

The most recent weekly (up to week 13 of 2022) consumption data can be accessed on the EUMOFA website.
 

FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE IN ECUADOR

 
Total EU imports of fisheries and aquaculture products from Ecuador reached 297.000 tonnes for EUR 1.4 billion in 2021. Of this, warmwater shrimps contributed 49% and tuna 45% of the total volumes. Read more.
 

SQUID IN THE EU

 
In 2019, landings of squid species in the EU amounted to 32.707 tonnes for a total value of EUR 176 million. Fresh landings accounted for 76% of the total volume and 91% of the total value, while the rest was landed frozen. Read more.
 

GLOBAL HIGHLIGHTS

 
A new measure to protect Baltic Proper harbour porpoises from being caught in fishing operations came into effect in February 2022 as a result of almost two years of joint efforts by the Commission and eight Baltic Sea Member States to tackle bycatch. Read more.
 

MACROECONOMIC CONTEXT


Average prices for marine fuel in March 2022 ranged between 0,91 and 0,94 EUR/litre in ports in France, Italy, Spain, and the UK. Prices increased by an average of 32% compared with the previous month and 114% compared with the same month in 2021. Fuel prices have soared as a consequence of the Russian war of aggression against Ukraine. Read more.
 
In focus in the next edition of the Monthly Highlights (No. 4/2022):
  • First sales of common shrimp and blue and red shrimp in Belgium, France, and Portugal, among other countries.
  • Consumption of salmon in France, Germany, and Spain.
  • Case studies: “COVID-19 impact on farmed species” and Fisheries and Aquaculture in Bangladesh”.
 



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Vad är SFPO?

Sveriges Fiskares Producentorganisation (SFPO) är Sveriges största organisation för yrkesfiskare och arbetar för att tillvarata våra medlemmars intressen.

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Vad är MSC?

För SFPO och våra medlemmar är hållbarhet en viktig grundprincip. Flera av de fisken som SFPO:s medlemmar ägnar sig åt är MSC-certifierade och processen pågår för att certifiera ännu fler fisken.

Det senaste dryga decenniet har intresset för MSC-certifiering ökat enormt bland konsumenter, fiskerier, livsmedelskedjor, fiskhandlare och grossister som säljer fisk till konsumenter.

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Våra medlemmar

SFPO är Sveriges största yrkesfiskeorganisation, med runt 250 medlemsfartyg. Vi har medlemmar från Strömstad till Haparanda och fartygens storlek varierar från under 5 meter i längd till strax över 34 meter.

Alla yrkesfiskare är välkomna som medlemmar!

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Kontakta oss

Peter Ronelöv Olsson (Ordförande)
0705-55 31 87
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Tore Johnsson (Vice Ordförande)
0707-53 40 61
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Fredrik Lindberg (Ombudsman)
0705-70 41 14
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Marika Nilsson (Ekonomiansvarig)
0708-93 89 88
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