European Union and Norway to safeguard western Baltic herring stocks
The meetings the EU and Norway have been having for more than 4 months finally came through safely. Both have signed three bilateral agreements including quota setting in the Skagerrak and Kattegat, quota exchange between the two sides, and reciprocal access to waters for fishermen. The agreement, as explained by the EU, "will significantly limit herring catches". The areas affected are in order “to protect the herring stock in the western Baltic".
Leroy Seafood profits drop in 2022
Leroy Seafood Group (LSG) today announced its fourth-quarterly results, posting record revenues of NOK 26.6 billion in 2022. The company said this reflects a...
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