Salmon has the Norway tax issue. Shrimp has a supply and demand imbalance. Whitefish still faces fallout from Ukraine. And crab? Well, good luck finding any.
And while we were a little negative about the coming year, there is plenty of reason to be optimistic: the long-term trends remain in seafood's favor, and the industry has proven it can handle economic rough waters well.
IntraFish Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry and Executive Editor John Fiorillo discuss the outlook for seafood in 2023 in this week's podcast.
For more insight into the year ahead, don't miss our Seafood Outlook series -- some of the brightest minds in the industry offer their predictions for the year ahead.
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