The third quarter saw a record high value of trout exports, with the US, Ukraine, and Japan being the top markets. Ukraine had the highest increase in export value, with a rise of NOK 115 million or 136 percent compared to the previous year's third quarter. In September alone, Norway exported 6,300 tonnes of trout worth NOK 554 million, with a 12 percent increase in value and a 6 percent increase in volume compared to September of the previous year.
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The US, Ukraine and Japan were the largest markets for trout in the third quarter. This is a record high trout export value in a single quarter, NOK 145 million more than the previous record quarter, which occurred in the third quarter of 2022. The largest increase in the cost of trout in Ukraine The biggest increase in the quarter came from Ukraine, where the value of exports increased by NOK 115 million, or 136 percent, compared to the same quarter last year. “The volume of exports to Ukraine amounted to 3,000 tons, which is 113% more than in the same quarter last year. Although there has been an increase this year, export volumes are still 23% behind record exports in the third quarter of 2020,” says seafood analyst Paul T. Andal of the Norwegian ...