Skip to main content launches new seafood prices section

Press Release   •   Feb 27, 2012 16:30 EST

Understanding the global seafood market is about a lot more than prices.

There’s plenty of old, unreliable and less-than-accurate price information available on the web, but this information doesn’t help seafood suppliers or buyers truly understand how the salmon, shrimp or tilapia markets are trending.

Prices alone – even if they are accurate – tell you where the market has been, not where it is headed – and if you want to succeed in the seafood business, you better know where the market is going.

That’s why, the global leader in B2B seafood news and market intelligence, has launched its new “Prices” page as part of a recent upgrade to its website.

The page provides a continuous stream of originally reported seafood market articles from IntraFish journalists in Europe, Asia and the Americas.

The articles contain market details on supply and price directly from the world’s leading suppliers and buyers of the most traded seafoods, such as pollock, cod, salmon, tilapia, pangasius, scallops, shrimp and more.

“These are true market reports that will help you plan your purchasing decisions,” said Drew Cherry, editorial director for IntraFish Media. "For years, we have been asked to supply seafood prices, but we know from our research that most of the price information available is of little value. We decided to take our reports in a new, more valuable direction. This is absolutely the best pricing data available.”

The “Prices” page with current and archived market reports is free to all subscribers and can be accessed from the website’s main page.

“If you truly want to know what is happening in the global seafood market, where it is headed and how you can capitalize on market trends, there is no better tool available,” said Cherry.

In addition to the new Prices section, also now offers dedicated sections for Fisheries, Aquaculture and Events.

Sister site has also launched a Prices ("Priser") section tracking the latest trends in farmed salmon prices.

The IntraFish Media group is regarded as the world's leading seafood publication with overall more than 20.000 paying subscribers worldwide (104 countries).IntraFish consists of the following titles:, FiskeribladetFiskaren,, Seafood International, Seafood Processor FishFarming International, Fishing News International, Fishing News, weekly and Rybatskaya Gazeta.

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