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"We want to support artisanal fishing and we are going to do everything humanly possible to make it happen," said  Minister of Production of Peru, Ana María Choquehuanca.
Marta Negrete
2 min read
Among the measures planned by the Ministry of Production is the creation of a Network of Fisherwomen to enable them to generate income when they are unable to go to sea.
Shrimp farms in Manabí, Ecuador. This province is one of the areas at imminent risk from the El Niño phenomenon.
Marta Negrete
2 min read
More than 50% of Ecuador's shrimp farms are located in flood zones, making them even more vulnerable to the imminent risk of El Niño effects.
Fishing boats in the harbor at Antofagasta, the capital of one of the regions affected by the El Niño phenomenon for which Chile is getting ready. Photo: Adobe Stock.
Marta Negrete
4 min read
"El Niño will intensify in the spring months, projecting into early summer in the southern hemisphere," said National Director of Sernapesca, Soledad Tapia.
Fish market
Rocio Álvarez Jiménez
1 min read
Rabobank: "While Chinese demand may still be positive, high inventory levels and a slightly lower renminbi will dampen a shrimp price recovery."
Peru authorized a maximum catch quota of 1,682,000 tons of anchovy for the second fishing season in the country's north-central zone, which closed on January 13.
Louisa Gairn
2 min read
Peru's fishing fleet managed to land 75% of the quota for anchovy and white anchovy before the season was closed on 13 January 2024.
Anchovy fishing vessels in the southern Peruvian sea.
Louisa Gairn
2 min read
IFFO figures show global fishmeal production declined by 16%, while fish oil output dropped by 20% in 2023. Meanwhile, China starts 2024 with a slowdown in fishmeal imports.
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