ANALYSIS: Scallop Imports Hit 5-Year High, 2022 Outlook Another Low
With back-to-back Atlantic sea scallop seasons producing a smaller size mix of landings, where larger sized scallops like U10s are the most constrained size available, the role of imported product in the country's net supply of scallops plays a pivotal role.
Of the top seven scallop supplying countries into the U.S., all have imported more product when compared to 2020, as expected with the start of a global pandemic and the height of uncertainty last year. However, when compared to 2019, product from Japan, Argentina, the...
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