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Aquaculture production in the Russian Federation increased by 6%

Seafood
Russia
Market & Price Trends
Published Nov 17, 2023

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According to data from Rosrybolovstvo, the volume of commercial aquaculture production in Russia in the first three quarters of 2023 was 294.2 thousand tons, which is a 6% increase from the same period last year. The main species produced are salmon, carp, valuable hydrobionts, and sturgeon. The Northwestern Federal District had the highest production with over 117 thousand tons, followed by the Far Eastern Federal District with 66.5 thousand tons. The Southern Federal District also showed good growth, producing 59.2 thousand tons. The growth of the aquaculture industry is seen as an important contribution to the domestic market and meeting consumer demand.
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Based on the results of the first three quarters of 2023, it amounted to 294.2 thousand tons According to operational data, over the three quarters of 2023, the volume of production of commercial aquaculture products in Russia exceeded 294.2 thousand tons - 6% higher than the same period last year, Rosrybolovstvo reported. In the production structure, the main species are: salmon, carp, valuable hydrobionts (oysters, mussels, scallops and other mollusks and echinoderms) and sturgeon species. The increase in production volume by species is: salmon - 11.4% (131.3 thousand tons); seafood - 2% (67 thousand tons); sturgeon - 11% (almost 5.2 thousand tons). Carp production remains at last year’s level (83.2 thousand tons). The first position in this segment is traditionally occupied by the Northwestern Federal District - over three quarters of 2023, more than 117 thousand tons of commercial products were grown there, which is 6.6% higher than the level of the same period in 2022. More ...
Source: Specagro
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