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This year, in Primorsky Krai, the production of fish products amounted to almost 450 thousand tons

The output of processed and canned fish products in Primorye this year amounted to 446,7 thousand tons, with a total volume of catch of aquatic biological resources - 654 thousand tons. This allowed the enterprises of the region to produce 75,1 million cans of preserves and preserves from fish and seafood, RIA PimaMedia reports with reference to the Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Biological Resources of Primorsky Krai.

The goods of own production of the fishing industry complex in Primorsky Krai for 9 months 2014 year were shipped to the amount of 26,5 million rubles, which is 103,6% of the level of the previous year. Over time, the production of frozen fish fillets grew by 26,2%, and production of fish preserves also increased by 19%.

- Over 9 months of this year, the output of processed and canned fish products amounted to 446,7 thousand tons. For this year 75,1 million conditional cans of canned food and preserves from fish and seafood have already been developed. The total catch of aquatic biological resources by fishing enterprises of the Primorsky Territory in November amounted to 654 thousand tons, - the department of fisheries and aquatic biological resources told.

Within the framework of the state program from the regional budget, support is provided to 10 coastal enterprises of the fishery industry. In 2014, more than 95 million rubles were allocated for the development of the industry, including about 82 million rubles for the development of coastal fish processing, and 13,5 million rubles for the development of aquaculture and the reproduction of aquatic biological resources.

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