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Portugal, Spain and Canada were the largest salted fish markets in July

Norwegian exports of dried and salted cod, herring, mackerel, prawns and crabs in July

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Wednesday, August 05, 2020, 16:20 (GMT + 9)

The Norwegian Seafood Council shows results for other species where it is clearly seen that the weakness of the Norwegian crown has helped improve the results for some species. Although in some cases the volumes exported were lower, the foreign exchange generated shows good export levels.

Significant decline in clipfish exports

Norway exported 4,500 tonnes of whole clipfish to a value of NOK 225 million in July. This is a volume reduction of 18 per cent, and a reduction in value of NOK 48 million or 18 per cent from July last year.

Seafood from Norway

So far this year, Norway has exported 43,100 tonnes of whole clipfish worth NOK 2.2 billion. This is a volume decrease of 8 percent, while the value is at the same level as last year.

Portugal, Dominican Rep. And Jamaica were the largest markets for clipfish in July.

“The uncertainty in the conventional markets still affects exports. In July, there has been a decline in both cod and saithe clipfish. The price of saithe clipfish is still higher than last year, measured in Norwegian kroner. Converted into other currencies such as EURO and USD, prices have fallen during last year for both cod and saithe clipfish. We are still seeing growth in exports of saithe clipfish to the Dominican Republic, while exports to Congo and Congo-Brazzaville have decreased significantly in July compared to the same period last year”, says Ingrid Kristine Pettersen, sea analyst at the Norwegian Seafood Council.

Small increase in exports of salted fish

Norway exported 900 tonnes of salted fish for NOK 45 million in July. This is a volume increase of 3 per cent and a value increase of 1 per cent or NOK 0.5 million compared to July 2019.

So far this year, Norway has exported 17,000 tonnes of salted fish for NOK 1 billion. There is a volume decrease of 4 per cent, and an increase in value of 3 per cent or NOK 33 million from the same period last year.

Portugal, Spain and Canada were the largest salted fish markets in July.

Destination countries for Salted dry cod (Seafood from Norway)

“July s low season for salted fish exports. There is a decline in exports to the main market, Portugal, while there has been some growth to both Spain and Canada in June”, says Ingrid Kristine Pettersen, seafood analyst at the Norwegian Seafood Council.

Increase in stockfish exports

Norway exported 222 tonnes of whole stockfish to a value of NOK 36 million in July. The volume increased by 1 per cent, while the value increased by NOK 7 million or 22 per cent from the same month last year.

So far this year, Norway has exported 1,800 tonnes of stockfish for NOK 336 million. This is a volume decrease of 7 per cent and a reduction in value of NOK 14 million or 4 per cent from the same period last year.

Italy, the United Kingdom and Nigeria were the largest stockfish markets in July.

Down for herring, but an increase for mackerel

As in the whitefish sector, July is low season for pelagic fisheries. Norway exported 10,400 tonnes of herring for NOK 144 million in July. This represents a reduction in volume of 28 per cent, while the value fell by 6 per cent or NOK 9 million compared with July last year.

Herring (Seafood from Norway)

So far this year, Norway has exported 167,000 tonnes of herring for NOK 1.9 billion. This is a volume reduction of 2 per cent, and an increase in value of 28 per cent or NOK 418 million from the same period last year.

Poland, the Netherlands and Lithuania were the largest markets for herring in July.

Norway exported 7,500 tonnes of mackerel for NOK 131 million in July. The volume increase was 14 per cent and the value increased by 14 per cent or NOK 16 million compared with July last year.

Seafood from Norway

So far this year, Norway has exported 124,000 tonnes of mackerel for NOK 2.2 billion. This is an increase in volume of 42 per cent, and an increase in value of 45 per cent or NOK 674 million from the same period last year.

Vietnam, the Netherlands and South Korea were the largest markets for mackerel in July.

Decline in exports of king crab and prawns

Norway exported 200 tonnes of king crab totalling NOK 66 million in July. This is a volume decrease of 13 percent, while the value is at the same level as last year.

So far this year, Norway has exported 816 tonnes of king crab for NOK 275 million. There is a volume reduction of 23 per cent, and a reduction in value of 16 per cent or NOK 53 million.

South Korea, the Netherlands and Spain were the largest markets for king crab in July.

Norway exported 566 tonnes of prawns for NOK 43 million in July. There is a decrease in volume of 14 per cent, while the value fell by NOK 13 million or 24 per cent.

So far this year, Norway has exported 6,100 tonnes of prawns for NOK 491 million. There is a volume reduction of 24 per cent, and a reduction in value of 18 per cent or NOK 106 million.

Sweden and Finland were the largest markets for prawns in July.

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