Herring boosts Iceland’s November ’23 catch


Total volume of fish and shellfish landed increased by more than 17,000 tonnes to 87,695 tonnes

The total volume of fish and shellfish landed by the Icelandic fishing fleet in November increased by 24% or more than 17,000 tonnes year-on-year to 87,695 tonnes, according to preliminary figures for the month gathered by the country’s Directorate of Fisheries.

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