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Bivalves Market Reports

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 ...
03-10-2016 Historically, oyster trade during the first months of the year is generally relatively stagnant, however, during the first quarter of 2016, oyster trade grew by a remarkable 19% compared with the same period the year before. This increase reflects higher ...
19-05-2016 The world bivalve market was impacted by currency changes, including the relatively lower value of the euro against the US dollar. EU countries reported lower bivalve imports, particularly the Spanish mussel processing industry, which moved away from expensive imports back ...
30-03-2016 During the first nine months of 2015 compared with the same period in 2014, imports of oysters recorded by the world's seven largest importers (excluding Japan) increased by 8% (+1 900 tonnes). The USA alone recorded a remarkable increase in ...
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