COVID-19 changed our lives. Although we want to leave it behind, as with all crises, it is worth to take stock of the situation and be self-critical. Thereby, we can see how we changed and how we are going to face other possible challenges in the future.
We already know fish and fishery products suffered quite early pandemic consequences due to global market restrictions and closures. Besides, the closure of the food service sectors affected severely fresh fish and shellfish supply chains. Also, the processing sector also faced closures due to reduced/lost consumer demand. Furthermore and more particularly, the salmon industry was hit by rising air freight costs and flight cancellations.