Clupea pallasii / Hareng du Pacifique / Pazifischer Hering / Aringa oceanica / Сельдь тихоокеанская / 太平洋鲱鱼 / 太平洋ニシン
A highly fertile species, Pacific herring can be found from the Californian coast to Japan.
Pacific herring spawn throughout the year, but most typically during the earlier months. Since they do not die after spawning, Pacific herring can breed in successive years.
Pacific herring can be found in intertidal and sub-tidal environments, such as submerged vegetation. Our Pacific herring is harvested in the Sea of Okhotsk.
Pacific herring is caught with a mid-water pelagic trawl (OTM).
The total catch of Pacific herring has been:
2010 | 330,802 MT
2011 | 397,440 MT
2012 | 451,457 MT
2013 | 510,025 MT
2014 | 478,778 MT
2015 | 484,200 MT
2016 | 501,800 MT
2017 | 534,900 MT
2018 | 458,300 MT
2019 | 479,800 MT
2020 | 483,000 MT E
Source: FAO, PFF
Composition of food per 100g edible portion