Ireland and Spain’s aquaculture production rose 25 percent and 10.2 percent in the last year. Irish fish farmers harvested salmon and shellfish, coming to a total worth almost 150 million euros; oysters being a big part of the income, and mussels making up the rest. Spain’s production for main species produced 48,00 tonnes, selling sea bass, sea bream, turbot, meagre, sole, and eel, making the average price of fresh fish in Spain rise 12 percent. For more statistics about the growth in Ireland and Spain.
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Spain and Ireland show aquaculture growth