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Bottomfish

 
Report Date: Friday, April 21, 2017
 
 
 

This report focuses on catch volumes of different bottomfish species in the EU. We also inform on bans, supplies, prices, inventories, markets, imports and exports of the species in the index.

EUROPE

European Union

Inventories / landed volumes

Spain

On the wholesale market of Mercabarna, during March, supplies of frozen bottomfish species rose by 20.5 tonnes. The most important variation was registered in frozen cod. Fresh species increased by 159.4 tonnes. The most important increases were those in angler, import longline hake +1kg, trawl hake +1kg and megrim.

In the wholesale market of Mercamadrid the incoming volumes of salted cod, pollock and medium-sized sole have increased. The most important drops were those in fresh hake, fresh cod, fresh megrim and fresh sea trout.

Table 1: Incoming volumes in the main bottomfish species
in Mercamadrid

Item

Volume (kg)

Variation (%)

March

February

Frozen

Cod clusters

150,790

110,000

37

Red porgy

1,875

2,917

-36

Megrim

660

10,619

-94

Frozen halibut

65,006

84,920

-23

Skin-on whole sole

38,904

19,635

98

Skin-on hake fillet

49,468

39,907

24

Skin-off hake fillet

24,733

19,954

24

Hake n-4 up to 2.5 kg

32,977

26,604

24

Hake no. 5 of +2.5 kg

49,468

39,907

24

Hake slice

8,243

6,652

24

Panga fillets

23,505

2,772

748

Sea trout No -0 up to 0.250 kg

2,223

5,778

-62

Sea trout No 1 up to 0.5 kg

89

231

-61

Sea trout No 2 up to 0.8kg

3,556

9,244

-62

Sea trout No 3 up to 1.5kg

3,024

7,857

-62

Blackbellied angler

1926,00

5636,00

-66

Fresh

Kingclip

53,597

37,642

42

Whole head-on cod 1/2 kg

136,653

638,350

-79

Whole headless cod 4/6 kg

71,692

354,650

-80

Cod fillet

22,973

85,110

-73

Salted cod

93,486

56,742

65

Seabream of 0.7 to 1 kg

11,390

26,274

-57

Seabream of 1 to 1.5 kg

8,872

13,640

-35

Axillary seabream 0.5 to 0.6 kg

5,067

7,790

-35

Whole white hake

4,535

2,274

99

Angler cheeks

2,217

5,406

-59

Cod cheeks

3,993

9,731

-59

Hake cheeks

2,667

6,489

-59

Conger

114,602

154,822

-26

Large megrim

33,839

176,575

-81

Medium megrim

104,275

672,720

-84

Small megrim

87,491

529,788

-83

Common dab

90,235

364,021

-75

Large sole

10,873

20,160

-46

Medium sole

45,316

41,996

8

Small sole

29,899

55,438

-46

Soles

1,865

12,265

-85

Chilean hake

53,818

836,430

-94

Gran Sol hake +2.5 – 5 kg

417,493

2,529,793

-83

Gran Sol hake +5 kg

219,420

1,824,327

-88

Hake caught with longlines + 2.5-5 kg

360,071

3,583,272

-90

Hake caught with longlines + 5 kg

187,303

1,978,929

-91

Grouper

572

7,248

-92

Gran Sol fine sea trout -0.2 k

19,266

123,739

-84

Gran Sol sea trout over 1 kg

87,623

622,120

-86

Saithe 0.2 to 1 kg

37,823

240,944

-84

Longline-caught sea trout + 1 kg

65,616

636,291

-90

Popular sea trout 0.2/0.8 kg

139,622

1,113,525

-87

Sea trout guts 0.2/0.3k

35,360

335,180

-89

Skin-on angler

5,934

35,670

-83

Angler tails

33,659

242,592

-86

Skate

3,170

9,771

-68

Kingclip

2,832

3,585

-21

Tilapia

485

1,200

-60

General total

3,066,572

17,793,325

-83

 Source: Mercamadrid

France

At French ports, in March, the most important variations in volumes were the increases in hake, sole, saithe, angler and whiting, compared with the previous month. With few variations, those of sole, black seabream and croaker declined. The main ports were Lorient and Le Guilvinec.

Table 2: Volumes landed at French ports

Species

Volumes in 2017 (t)

Cumulative volume Jan/Mar (t)

March

February

% of variation

Year 2017

Year 2016

% of variation

Kingclip

165

110

50

334

 

-

Cod

202

60

236

325

 

-

Saithe

992

614

62

2,021

1,204

68

Black seabream (Spondyliosoma cantharus)

153

188

-19

418

167

151

Conger

197

136

45

472

 

-

Croaker

12

24

-52

61

 

-

Haddock

281

170

65

680

421

62

Megrim

255

206

24

684

497

38

Flatfish

329

414

-21

956

530

80

Ling

177

114

54

358

 

-

Hake

1,387

1,286

8

3,578

1,940

84

John dory

80

40

98

195

 

-

Whiting

1,032

735

40

2,397

1,637

46

Blackbellied angler

1,150

856

34

2,895

 

-

Skate

357

277

29

939

 

-

Brill

36

17

112

69

 

-

Red mullet

37

32

15

115

 

-

 Source: FranceAgriMer

Italy

At Italian ports, in March, volumes of conger increased from those of the previous month and those of the rest of species analysed have declined.

 The most important drop in volumes was that in hake , by 10 tonnes, compared with February. The best volumes were reported in Civitanova Marche with almost 18 tonnes, San Benedetto del Tronto with 18 tonnes and Ancona with 13 tonnes.

Table 3: Volumes landed at Italian ports

Species

Volumes in 2017 (t)

Cumulative volume Jan/Mar (t)

March

February

% of variation

Year 2017

Year 2016

% of variation

Red scorpionfish

1

1

-26

2

3

-38

Conger

0

0

138

1

1

10

Flatfish

17

21

-18

49

46

6

Hake

25

35

-28

86

84

3

Plaice

0

0

-7

1

2

-35

Blackbellied angler

17

21

-18

49

46

6

 Source: ISMEA (Istituto di Servizi per il mercato agricolo e alimentare)

United Kingdom

In January, the volumes landed at the UK ports, both by the national and the foreign fleets, rose mainly in blue whiting and pollock. The most important drops were those of in cod and hake –to a lesser extent.

Table 4: Volumes landed in the United Kingdom

Species

Volume (mt)

Jan -17

Dec -16

% of variation

Cod

1,300

4,543

-71

Haddock

2,521

2,536

-1

Hake

874

1,348

-35

Angler

1,733

1,824

-5

Plaice

1,248

1,241

1

Kingclip

266

124

114

Saithe

1,053

1,100

-4

Skate

245

225

9

Flatfish

153

196

-22

Blue whiting

836

675

24

Other demersal species

214

239

-10

 Source: Marine Management Organisation

Denmark

The volumes of bottomfish species auctioned on Danish markets in March increased by 37% compared with the previous month, i.e. by about 2,000 tonnes.

Table 5: Volumes landed on Danish markets

Species

Volume 2017 (kg)

March

February

% of variation

Atlantic halibut

8,915

6,933

28.58

Blue ling

2,138

1,816

17.70

Wels catfish

26,838

8,609

211.74

Cod

1,466,203

1,168,134

25.52

Atlantic cod

246,890

208,643

18.33

Cod

2,834

27

10.396.30

Common dab

16,411

12,797

28.24

Common sole

13,398

8,822

51.87

Common sole

3,744

6,262

-40.22

Common conger

57

156

-63.46

European plaice

164

441

-62.93

Plaice

2,622

828

216.86

Baltic plaice

 

820

-100.00

Greater forkbeard

3,003

1,529

96.47

Greater weever

1,484

964

54.02

Haddock

175,101

206,333

-15.14

Hake

387,435

208,817

85.54

Whiting

1,557

15,157

-89.73

Lemon sole

45,760

17,879

155.94

kingclip

265,905

143,282

85.58

Lumpfish

12,775

12,367

3.30

Four-spot megrim

9,406

9,279

1.37

Blackbellied angler

359,521

267,707

34.30

Angler tails

144

8

1.693.75

King mackerel

926

1,164

-20.49

Picked dogfish

2,934

2,804

4.62

European plaice

1,148,804

537,570

113.70

Baltic plaice

50

769

-93.50

kingclip

107,281

95,849

11.93

Rabbit fish

42

13

219.23

Skate

819

294

178.40

Skate fins

22,832

9,204

148.07

Rosefish

9,747

7,123

36.85

Saithe

3,274,380

2,526,337

29.61

Saithe

1,274

13,908

-90.84

Freckled sea catfish

 

10

-100.00

Tusk

15,102

6,601

128.80

Whiting

64,969

68,565

-5.24

Whiting

2,580

1,530

68.63

Lemon sole

249,690

216,136

15.52

 Source: Fiskeauktion.dk

Prices

Spain

On Mercabarna, during March, the most important variations in prices were the drops in fresh wild seabream, fresh wild croaker and fresh pollock. Those of the first two species declined due to the lower demand. The most significant increases were those in fresh wild seabream, fresh wild turbot, fresh longline hake and fresh grouper. The prices of seabream and grouper rose due to the drop in supplies.

On the wholesale market of Mercamadrid, prices of frozen species remained stable. As regards fresh species, the most important drops were those in small and large sole, dab, cod fillets and medium megrim. The most significant rises were those in seabream, longline hake, Gran Sol hake and Chilean hake.

Table 6: Prices on the wholesale market of Spain

Item

Average price (EUR/kg)

Variation (%)

March

February

Frozen

Cod clusters

5.50

5.50

0

Red porgy

12.02

12.02

0

Megrim

4.21

4.21

0

Frozen halibut

-

-

-

Skin-on whole sole

10.50

10.50

0

Skin-on hake fillet

4.41

4.41

0

Skinless hake fillet

4.71

4.71

0

Hake n-4 up to 2.5 kg

6.01

6.01

0

Hake no. 5 of +2.5 kg

7.21

7.21

0

Hake slice

5.15

5.15

0

Panga fillets

3.31

3.31

0

Sea trout n-0 to 0.250 k

2.00

2.00

0

Sea trout n-1 to 0.5k

2.25

2.25

0

Sea trout n-2 to 0.8k

3.01

3.01

0

Sea trout No 3 up to 1.5kg

3.91

3.91

0

Blackbellied angler

14.42

14.42

0

Fresh

Kingclip

5.50

5.50

0

Whole head-on cod 1/2 kg

4.65

4.68

-1

Whole headless cod 4/6 kg

6.20

6.77

-8

Cod fillet

8.50

9.43

-10

Salted cod

11

11

0

Seabream of 0.7 to 1 kg

21.50

16.17

33

Seabream of 1 to 1.5 kg

24.50

20.00

23

Axillary seabream 0.5 to 0.6 kg

14.50

11.00

32

Whole white hake

5.50

5.50

0

Angler cheeks

35.50

35.50

0

Cod cheeks

15

15

0

Hake cheeks

55.00

55.00

0

Conger

5.00

4.65

8

Large megrim

10.00

9.90

1

Medium megrim

5.50

6.41

-14

Small megrim

4.00

4.19

-5

Common dab

4

5

-20

Large sole

28.50

29.50

-3

Medium sole

26.50

26.50

0

Small sole

14.50

16.50

-12

Soles

3.50

3.50

0

Chilean hake

8.50

6.84

24

Gran Sol hake +2.5 – 5 kg

6

5

16

Gran Sol hake +5 kg

8.50

6.18

38

Hake caught with longlines + 2.5-5 kg

8.50

6.25

36

Hake caught with longlines + 5 kg

13.00

8.08

61

Grouper

27.00

27.00

0

Gran Sol fine sea trout -0.2 k

6.00

5.76

4

Gran Sol sea trout over 1 kg

4.20

3.86

9

Saithe 0.2 to 1 kg

3.00

2.96

1

Longline-caught sea trout + 1 kg

6

5

16

Popular sea trout 0.2/0.8 kg

3.75

2.84

32

Sea trout guts 0.2/0.3k

9.00

8.54

5

Skin-on angler

10.50

10.36

1

Angler tails

15.50

14.50

7

Skate

8.00

8.00

0

Kingclip

9.50

9.50

0

Tilapia

5.20

5.20

0

General total

10.22

7.76

32

 Source: Mercamadrid

France

On French first-sale markets, the most important rises in prices were registered in red mullet, John dory and black seabream. The most important drops were those in cod, blue ling, hake and megrim

Table 7: Average prices at French first-sale ports,
February-March 2017, in EUR/kg

Species

March

February

% of variation

Kingclip

5.52

5.60

-1

Cod

4.52

5.38

-16

Saithe

2.30

2.04

13

Black seabream (Spondyliosoma cantharus)

5.12

4.04

27

Conger

1.57

1.69

-7

Croaker

8.90

8.06

10

Haddock

2.45

2.45

0

Megrim

3.26

3.57

-9

Flatfish

11.94

11.25

6

Ling

2.64

3.15

-16

Hake

2.70

3.05

-11

John dory

12.14

11.08

10

Whiting

2.24

1.99

13

Blackbellied angler

5.97

5.91

1

Skate

14.65

12.58

16

Brill

11.11

10.82

3

Red mullet

10.04

8.81

14

 Source: FranceAgriMer

Italy

On Italian first-sale markets, in March, prices of red scorpionfish declined and those of hake, sole, angler, conger and plaice increased.

Table 8: Average prices at Italian first-sale ports,
February-March 2017, in EUR/kg

Product

March

February

% of variation

Lowest price

Highest price

Lowest price

Highest price

Lowest price

Highest price

Red scorpionfish

9.97

11.87

10.24

12.42

-3

-4

Conger

1.21

1.42

1.00

1.19

20

19

Flatfish

7.11

10.32

6.02

9.86

18

5

Hake

7.32

10.29

4.90

8.08

49

27

Plaice

5.66

9.81

4.64

9.12

22

8

Blackbellied angler

7.11

10.32

6.02

9.86

18

5

 Source: ISMEA (Istituto di Servizi per il mercato agricolo e alimentare)

United Kingdom

In December, average prices declined in the case of cod and increased in the rest of species. The highest rise was that of sole.

Table 9: Average prices at the UK,
December-January 2016/2017, in £/t

Species

Value (£/t)

Jan -17

Dec -16

% of variation

Cod

2,521

1,304

93

Haddock

1,281

1,224

5

Hake

2,615

2,780

-6

Angler

2,716

3,306

-18

Plaice

1,351

1,271

6

kingclip

2,579

3,154

-18

Saithe

1,187

1,145

4

Skate

1,555

1,391

12

Flatfish

9,032

9,234

-2

Blue whiting

1,156

1,053

10

Other demersal species

1,059

1,136

-7

 Source: Marine Management Organisation

Denmark

The most important drops in average prices on Danish markets were those of halibut, plaice, cod and hake. The species that registered the most important increases were saithe, skate and whiting.

Table 10: Average prices on Danish markets in DKK/kg

Species

March (DKK/kg)

February (DKK/kg)

% of variation

Atlantic halibut

134.33

790.90

-83.02

Blue ling

153.56

127.70

20.25

Wels catfish

423.27

379.15

11.64

Cod

1,605.17

1,699.12

-5.53

Atlantic cod

167.20

265.23

-36.96

Cod

116.28

18.00

546.00

Common dab

198.73

213.87

-7.08

Common sole

1,940.67

1,658.79

16.99

Common sole

258.94

205.77

25.84

Common conger

12.68

14.53

-12.73

European plaice

3.30

7.50

-56.00

Plaice

33.34

48.56

-31.34

Baltic plaice

 

8.87

-

Greater forkbeard

8.31

6.78

22.57

Greater weever

160.56

108.66

47.76

Haddock

719.31

629.45

14.28

Hake

295.28

410.73

-28.11

Whiting

39.27

38.78

1.26

Lemon sole

1,055.11

1,142.44

-7.64

Kingclip

397.04

412.62

-3.78

Lumpfish

642.52

794.74

-19.15

Four-spot megrim

44.07

59.00

-25.31

Blackbellied angler

1,480.15

1,565.49

-5.45

Angler tails

520.59

55.00

-

King mackerel

43.65

52.98

-17.61

Picked dogfish

105.17

125.36

-16.11

European plaice

995.00

1,175.91

-15.38

Baltic plaice

18.00

23.68

-23.99

Kingclip

716.71

746.23

-3.96

Rabbit fish

4.69

3.92

19.64

Skate

85.40

44.64

91.31

Skate fins

308.91

213.43

44.74

Rosefish

181.99

164.41

10.69

Saithe

579.91

654.81

-11.44

Saithe

38.71

24.94

55.21

Freckled sea catfish

 

25.00

-

Tusk

20.95

25.42

-17.58

Whiting

220.18

257.50

-14.49

Whiting

28.82

3.00

860.67

Lemon sole

504.67

654.85

-22.93

 Source: Fiskeauktion.dk

Market

European Union

Table 11: Imports of frozen halibut (Reinhardtius
hippoglossoides, Hippoglossus hippoglossus,
Hippoglossus stenolepis
) by the EU, January-December 2016/2015

Origin

Volume (mt)

Average price (EUR/kg)

2016

2015

2016

2015

Greenland

39,460

26,586

3.45

4.07

Norway

2,558

3,040

6.26

5.82

Feroe Islands

2,148

1,776

6.17

5.38

Denmark

2,281

257

6.00

6.57

Spain

1,231

981

4.73

4.26

Germany

1,307

86

4.60

6.70

Portugal

479

121

5.53

4.99

Iceland

452

111

4.33

6.07

Russia

259

193

3.85

3.25

Poland

361

61

4.15

5.70

Netherlands

226

85

7.22

6.23

Sweden

152

62

6.58

6.17

United Kingdom

63

69

5.77

18.52

Vietnam

27

 

1.32

 

Belgium

20

7

9.49

5.80

France

8

18

9.88

6.60

Canada

6

15

5.65

5.47

Saint Peter and Miquelon

 

18

 

2.96

Letonia

11

3

7.63

7.39

Lithuania

7

4

4.69

3.95

Other (9)

7

5

7.22

5.69

Total

51,064

33,496

3.94

4.38

 Source: Eurostat (Temporary information)

Table 12: Exports of frozen halibut (Reinhardtius
hippoglossoides, Hippoglossus hippoglossus,
Hippoglossus stenolepis
) by the EU,
January-December 2016/2015

Destination

Volume (mt)

Average price (EUR/kg)

2016

2015

2016

2015

Vietnam

27,779

19,505

5.61

5.63

China

9,911

10,424

5.52

5.16

Taiwan

7,409

4,573

5.91

5.80

Hong Kong

1,599

2,440

6.55

5.83

Japan

1,868

2,130

5.53

5.59

Spain

1,822

518

5.64

5.92

Germany

1,411

170

8.45

6.82

Poland

1,211

137

5.32

4.41

Iceland

7

1,168

4.64

4.22

Portugal

809

141

4.24

4.08

Italy

393

374

6.50

7.03

Denmark

646

112

6.36

4.95

Netherlands

298

54

5.45

5.84

Belgium

224

60

7.85

8.21

Thailand

109

112

6.15

5.25

United Kingdom

125

94

6.04

4.88

Norway

95

100

4.71

7.64

Sweden

127

0

1.19

4.80

United States

100

10

6.71

11.19

Canada

57

50

6.67

8.97

Feroe Islands

88

6

6.05

2.98

France

78

1

7.98

7.79

Russia

6

72

5.99

7.01

Austria

50

12

7.54

6.84

Malaysia

10

42

6.55

6.99

South Korea

2

41

9.77

5.66

Letonia

24

18

12.34

6.10

Byelorussia

 

40

 

0.94

Lithuania

30

10

6.20

2.04

Singapore

11

26

7.56

7.61

Estonia

10

24

6.57

6.29

Other (24)

19

20

14.17

8.51

Total

56,324

42,481

5.73

5.53

 Source: Eurostat (Temporary information)

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