Pricing for 20-30 Count Scallops Upside Down, as U-10 and 10-20 Prices Fall Lower
SEAFOODNEWS.COM [SeafoodNews] by John Sackton – May 10, 2018
Scallops are priced by size with U-10 and 10-20 count scallops usually selling at a premium over smaller 20-30 count sizes.
Currently that relationship is upside down. For all natural scallops and dry scallops, 10-20’s are now priced lower than 20-30 count.
And U-10’s, which in January were priced $4.50 per lb. higher than 20-30’s, are now quoted at only a $1.00 premium.
The same pattern is true for processed scallops as well.
This is all due to a shortage of 20-30 scallops...Full Story »