Iceland Seafood Ltd slipped into the red last year after the downturn and haddock shortages hit profits. According to accounts filed at Companies House, the subsidiary of Icelandic company Iceland Seafood posted a pre-tax loss of £340,711...
Elderly men have driven growth in sales of haddock over the past year. Volume sales of the fish have increased 5.6% year-on-year, while value sales have risen 2.9% to £155m [Kantar 52w/e 18 April]. Growth had been driven by...
Norway's offshore Northeast Arctic cod and haddock fisheries have become the latest fisheries to gain Marine Stewardship Council certification. The award means 125,000 tonnes of Norwegian cod and 90,000 tonnes of Norwegian haddock will...
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