Iceland’s Q1 catch slips but value holds firm

Icelandic cod

In the first three months of 2023, Icelandic vessels caught less than 520,000 tonnes of product, according to preliminary statistics

The volume of fish and shellfish landed by Iceland’s fishing fleet in the first quarter of this year decreased by 8% or more than 44,000 tonnes compared with the first three months of 2022 to a total 519,779 tonnes, according to preliminary figures compiled by the country’s Directorate of Fisheries.

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