In January-February 2016, according to Rosstat (Russian Statistics Authority), the export of fish products from Russia increased by 15.6%. This is much higher than similar parameters of the last year.
The export growth is directly related to the increase in Alaska pollock deliveries abroad. They accounts for about 42.2% of the total share of frozen fish exports. By the way, Alaska pollack is also actively supplied to the Russian market where it is in great demand.
The export of canned fish, crustaceans, molluscs and other invertebrates, as well as frozen mackerel, salmon and trout has increased by dozens of times over the past time.
It should be recalled that the main consumers of Russian fish are China and Korea.
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