Iceland’s October catch decreases

Icelandic cod

Fleet landed a total 129,473 tonnes last month, according to figures from the Directorate of Fisheries

The volume of fish and shellfish landed by the Iceland’s fishing fleet fell by 5% or 6,368 tonnes year-on-year in October 2023 to a total 129,473 tonnes, according to preliminary figures for the month gathered by the country’s Directorate of Fisheries.

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