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2022-07-07

EUMOFA Monthly Highlights - 6 / 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
 

FIRST SALES IN EUROPE

 
In March 2022, compared to March 2021, first-sales value and volume of fisheries and aquaculture products increased in the Netherlands, Portugal, and the United Kingdom. Read more.

Access the most recent weekly (up to week 25 of 2022) and monthly (April 2022) data for first sales in Europe on the EUMOFA website.
 
FIRST SALES OF COMMON SOLE AND EUROPEAN PLAICE

Over the 36-month observation period (April 2018 to March 2022), the weighted average first-sales price of common sole in Spain was 16,57 EUR/kg, 9% higher than in France (15,18 EUR/kg), and 78% greater than that of Italy (9,31 EUR/kg). Read more.

In the same period, the weighted average first-sales price of European plaice was the highest in France at 2,51 EUR/kg, 9% over that in the Netherlands (2,30 EUR/kg), and more than three times higher (319%) than the weighted average price in Sweden (0,60 EUR/kg). Read more.
 

EXTRA-EU IMPORTS

 
Since the beginning of the year, price of fresh or chilled plaice from Iceland had a downward trend. At the same time, volume showed the opposite. Price ranged from 3,37 to 4,92 EUR/kg, and supply from 4 to 289 tonnes. Read more.
 

CONSUMPTION


During the three years from April 2019 to March 2022, the volume of average yearly household consumption of squid in Italy was 13.244 tonnes. Italian consumers spent on average 12,79 EUR for 1 kg of squid during the same period. Read more.

The most recent weekly  (up to week 25 of 2022) consumption data can be accessed on the EUMOFA website.
 

ATLANTIC HERRING IN THE EU

 
After a peak year for herring catches in 2018, mainly caused by increased quotas of Baltic herring and North Sea herring, landings dropped in 2019 and 2020. In 2020, herring landed in the EU reached 537.000 tonnes in volume and EUR 219 million in value. This was a 10% decrease in volume and a 12% increase in value compared to 2019. The increased values were a consequence of lower volumes and an increased share landed for human consumption. Read more.
 

ORGANIC AQUACULTURE IN THE EU

 
The total organic aquaculture production at EU-27 level was estimated to be 74.032 tonnes in 2020, accounting for 6,8% of total EU aquaculture production. Production has increased by 60% compared to 2015 (46.341 tonnes at EU 27 level in 2015), which was mainly due to a growth in organic mussel production. The main EU producers of organic aquaculture are Ireland (salmon and mussel), Italy (mussel and finfish), France (oyster, mussel, and trout), the Netherlands (mussel), Spain (mussel and sturgeon), Germany, Denmark, and Bulgaria (mussel). Read more.
 

GLOBAL HIGHLIGHTS

 
In late April, Norway and the EU reached a political understanding in relation to the fisheries in the Northeast Arctic, in ICES subareas 1 and 2. The area concerned includes the waters around the archipelago of Svalbard and the international waters of the Barents Sea. Read more.
 

MACROECONOMIC CONTEXT


Average prices for marine fuel in June 2022 ranged between 1,1 and 1,2 EUR/litre in ports in France, Italy, Spain, and the UK. Prices increased by an average of about 12,2% compared with the previous month, and they also increased by an average of 142,1% compared with the same month in 2021. Read more.
 
In focus in the next edition of the Monthly Highlights (No. 7/2022):
  • First sales of pike perch in Estonia, the Netherlands, and France and freshwater bream in Estonia, the Netherlands, and Sweden.
  • Consumption of gilthead seabream in Italy, Portugal, and Spain.
  • Case studies: “Atlantic mackerel in the EU” and “Raw material costs for fisheries and aquaculture value chains”.



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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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Peter Ronelöv Olsson (Ordförande)
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