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Seafood in Multiple Retail (2018)

Richard Watson

Total seafood - the sum of chilled, frozen and ambient seafood sectors, continues the long term pattern of price driven growth.. Salmon continues to dominate total seafood with a 33% value share of the top ten species, selling over twice the amount of cod, its nearest competitor. However, the shoppers long term love of salmon may be coming to an end, as salmon volume fell over both the long and short term. Shoppers are instead choosing other farmed species such as warm water prawns, basa, seabass and sea bream. Traditional species have also recently begun to regain popularity with shoppers: with cod, haddock, cold water prawns and ‘mixed seafood’ returning to volume growth.

September 2018Download PDF

Final Note on Seafood Ethics Common Language Group meeting on 11 July 2018

Karen Green

Final note on the Seafood Ethics Common Language Group meeting held at Friends House, London on Wednesday 11 July 2018.

September 2018Download PDF

Frozen Seafood in Multiple Retail (2018)

Richard Watson

In the 52wks to June 2018, frozen seafood was the only seafood sector in volume growth as shoppers looked to save money in the current economic climate. UK frozen retail seafood sales were worth £910m (+5.6%) with a volume of 135,980 tonnes (+0.4%); with an average price of £6.69/kg (+5.2%). This factsheet examines the detail behind the performance of the frozen seafood sector including historic and current frozen retail seafood sector trends, frozen seafood key performance indicators (KPIs) and frozen segment and species performance

September 2018Download PDF

Seafish Brussels Brexit Update 03/09/2018 – 10/09/2018

James Warwick

European Parliament to vote on UK’s EU exit just two weeks prior to ‘Brexit day’; Barnier reportedly describes PM’s Chequers Proposal as “dead”; PM could appeal directly to EU leaders at Austrian summit; ‘No-deal’ EU Exit would necessitate cross-Whitehall budget cuts, reveals leaked paper; Scottish business and public to be consulted on post-EU Exit trade policy

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Seafish Brussels Brexit Update 10/09/2018 – 18/09/2018

James Warwick

Barnier – deal a ‘realistic’ possibility within two months; Commission President Juncker strikes uncompromising tone during keynote speech 12 September 2018; Government publishes second tranche of ‘no-deal’ technical advisory notices; Chancellor Philip Hammond echoes IMF in highlighting the cost of a ‘no-deal’ EU Exit; Scottish Parliament committee launches inquiry to scrutinise article 50 negotiations

September 2018Download PDF