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EU: Seafood imports increasing 

According to a report from Intrafish.com, the European Union is becoming more reliant on imported seafood to satisfy domestic demand, with around 70 percent of all consumption supplied from overseas in 2021. This is partly due to falling catches and the impact of Brexit. Alaskan pollock and cod were key products where the EU effectively lacks domestic sources of supply. Read the story here

 

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