In November 2019, imports of frozen mackerel increased 85 percent from about 493 tons a year ago to about 911 tons.
In November, the cumulative import volume came to about 30,779 tons, down about 6 percent from about 32,850 tons a year earlier.
In the last six years (from 2014 to 2019), the average imports in November was about 3,620 tons.
Norwegian mackerel have gained as much as 94% percent of the market share in South Korea thanks to the Norwegian Seafood Council’s robust promotion activities.(Photo: Yonhap)
In November this year, the import volume dropped by about 75 percent compared to 911 tons.
Countries that import frozen mackerels include Norway, Netherlands, China, Britain, Ireland, and Iceland.
YouTube video: SeafoodFromNorway - Premium Norwegian Mackerel | Norwegian Mackerel has long been favored around the world for its flavorful, firm meat and high amounts of omega 3 fatty acids. It is a wild fish that is distinguished by it’s sharp and vivid “tiger stripes.” Immense care is taken to ensure Norwegian Mackerel is of the highest quality. Mackerel caught in the autumn (the premium catch period) have an abundance of healthy fat content, a distinguishing characteristic that results in a tastier, more succulent product. This is when Mackerel is at its best.
It was imported from seven countries in total, with November cumulative imports of about 28,884 tons from Norway and 721 tons from the Netherlands.China's 551 tons and Britain's 336 tons were imported.
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