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September prices of Argentine squid have risen in all sizes
The catch of squid in the southwestern Atlantic Ocean lasts for 0 weeks and is 0 tons. Nearly 80% of the fishing vessels on the high seas return or change. As of September 12, only 18 fishing vessels were left in the high seas for operations.
Japanese squid stocks hit a record low
As the catch of most catfish fishing areas continues to be sluggish, Japanese catfish stocks at the end of May have fallen below 40,000 tons, a decrease of 7% compared with the previous month. This figure has reached a record low.
Compared with the same period of last year, Argentina and South Korea, the major exporters of squid in Japan, have significantly reduced their exports to Japan in the first half of this year.
The shortage of raw materials supply may seriously affect the processing and production of squid in Japan. The season should have been the peak season for salmon production, but the catch of salmon in the North Pacific and Japan is worrying. The benchmark stock of squid was about 100,000 tons about 10 years ago. In recent years, this standard has declined and is set at 70,000-80,000 tons. Even in the case of a decline in inventory standards, stocks below 40,000 tons in summer are still considered abnormal.
As of the end of May, the stock of common catfish species, including Argentine squid, was 17,226 tons, a decrease of more than 10,000 tons compared with 27,519 tons in 2015. In general, stocks in June and July will continue to fall, and the low catch will make the situation of low stocks more visible.
Due to the shortage of raw materials, squid processing enterprises are facing a situation of stagnant production and sluggish income. The Japanese Federation of Salmon Processing Enterprises plans to ask the government to expand import quotas to compensate for the shortage of salmon fishing in the country. This request has been verbally communicated to the fisheries sector and will be formally submitted to the government in the form of official documents in the short term.
On the surface, this year's consumption rate seems to be very low, but the relevant information shows that the procurement contract has actually been increasing. According to informed sources, if the overseas fishing situation has improved, the industry will consider handling the sudden demand orders.
Closing the high seas fishing industry or helping to increase catches in coastal areas
A recent study by the University of British Columbia in Canada shows that the closure of the high seas fishing industry will increase the catch by 10% in the future. Researchers at the project said it would help fishermen cope with the dilemma of climate-free fish-free catching.
William Cheung, a professor of marine and fisheries research at the University of British Columbia in Canada, pointed out that many important fish live in the high seas and coastal areas. Effective management of fish can promote the sustainable development of coastal fishing and help fishermen reduce the negative impact of climate change. influences.
The high seas are oceans outside the jurisdiction of any country, covering nearly two-thirds of the ocean's surface.
The researchers used a computer to simulate three management models for 30 important fish species in the high seas and coastal areas in 2050:
- Closing the high seas fishing industry;
- International cooperation in the management of the fishing industry;
-Maintain the status.
The researchers found that shutting off the high seas fishing industry can increase the flexibility of coastal countries to cope with climate change, especially for those in tropical countries who depend on the fishing industry for their livelihood. Climate change will have varying degrees of impact on the South Pacific, the Indo-Pacific, the West African coast, and the western coast of Central America.
As one of the project research sponsors, Rashid Sumaila, a professor at the Canadian Institute of Marine and Fisheries Research, said: “By closing the fishing industry in the high seas or rigorously improving management models, it will help mitigate or promote the impact of marine biological systems on climate change. ”
Argentine squid fishing is bleak, prices have broken new highs, fishing in 2017 is ahead of schedule, but there are still risks
The British data analysis agency Mintec announced that the aunt's fishing was bleak, demand was not reduced, and export prices broke through record highs.
From the situation in the US market, the import price per kilogram of aunt has exceeded 2.2 US dollars, reaching the highest value in the past five years.
According to Michael Liberty, market analyst at Mintec, this year, affected by the El Niño phenomenon, the aunt is very rare, and the output once fell to the bottom of the 20-year period. Statistics from January to September show that the aunt catch is only 57,500 tons, compared with the same period last year. Compared with the reduction of 55%, especially in the Falkland Islands, the production of squid is only 2,000 tons, a sharp drop of 99% compared with previous years, and the corresponding price surged, up 109%.
Although the Argentine official recently announced that the squid fishing season will be about 2 weeks ahead of schedule, it is expected to start on January 18-20 next year, and the shortage of aunts may be improved. However, in view of the heavy losses in the aunt market this year, the risk of distributing squid in the coming year still exists, and it is hoped that Chinese practitioners will make careful choices.
Sea water temperature increases, British salmon will become a popular food
According to Intrafish reported on January 3: Britain's traditional cuisine "fish and chips" will be replaced by squid. The temperature of the coastal waters in the UK is increasing, making it suitable for salmon and other fish, such as sardines and trout in the North Sea. At present, the number of carp in the North Sea region can account for 60%, and in the 1980s it was only 20%.
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Yantai Honghua Aquatic Products Co., Ltd. has self-support import and export rights, and has passed ISO9001, HACCP certification, EU certification, BRC certification, QS certification, and Brazilian registration. The main products include dozens of frozen squid products, shellfish products and fish products. . Products are sold to the United States, the European Union, South Korea, Taiwan, Australia and other international markets.