The US cod and haddock markets can expect to see continued shortfalls in supply for much of the rest of the year as the market continues to be hit by domino effects from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Frank Bodin, vice president at Nordic Group USA.

The result will be that supply chain mismatches will continue to dominate 2021, while demand will be fueled by government spending, Bodin said during last month's North Atlantic Seafood Forum.

“We will have shortages in a very tight supply chain going forward," he said.