Short History (2003).
Antarctic Krill (Euphausia suberba) is one of the least exploited marine resources, while it is also the most abundant. Long historical involvement comes primarily from Russians and Japanese. Koreans and Poles also have a say on this fishery. The international regulatory body governing all scientific, economical and environmental aspects in the Antarctic Krill harvest area is the Commission for the Conservation of the Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR). The three more distinct lines of Krill products are classified as Food, Aquaculture feed and Nutraceutical/Industrial. This story is outlined on this report.