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Bivalves Market Reports

06-07-2017 The report analyses the market situation over the year 2016 and the first quarter 2017. World trade of bivalves contracted in 2016 for various reasons. Some factors include: the El Niño phenomena in Peru, which resulted in declining scallop exports, as ...
19-05-2017 Toxins in seawater and disease put a stress on bivalve supplies in 2016. Though no official statistics are yet available, it is likely that the main producing countries have experienced output declines. Prices have been sky high. Demand during the ...
10-03-2017 Over 14 million tonnes of bivalves are produced by aquaculture every year. However, the share of bivalves entering international trade is relatively small, as most of the production is consumed within the production country. This is especially true for the ...
07-11-2016 In the first quarter of 2016, purchases of mussels in the 10 largest buying countries slightly increased (+2 500 tonnes) compared with the same period in 2015. For the world's largest importers, France and Italy, imports grew by 5% and ...
05-10-2016 Scallops International trade of scallops slowed down during the first quarter of 2016 compared with the same period in 2015. Major buyers on the international market reduced their imports, such as China, with imports dropping by a significant 50%. This decline ...
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