GLOBEFISH-专注世界渔业贸易分析与信息

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07-01-2021 Bivalve trade has been severely affected by COVID-19, but while lower priced species are recovering in the second half, oysters were the most severely impacted. The bivalve industry is again at a turning point, as there is some concern that the "second ...
09-09-2020 The complete closing of the restaurant trade all over Europe has led to the disappearance of normal demand for fresh and alive bivalves. Prices are low, and aquaculture companies are closing down, waiting for government support in order to survive. Mussels Although restaurants in ...
08-07-2020 Last year was very positive for bivalve consumption worldwide, with good demand and generally higher prices. However, COVID-19 changed this picture completely. In early 2020 the Chinese market broke off, and in the coming months European countries and the United States of America ...
30-03-2020 In 2019, sales of seafood, and especially bivalves, for the Christmas period started a bit later than usual in Europe and North America. By mid-December, traders were suddenly looking for bivalves, especially live oysters and scallops, and prices skyrocketed, exceeding levels reached in ...
03-12-2019 Traditional bivalves were mainly consumed in live form in the producing countries. However, in recent years there has been a trend for more international trade in bivalves. This is especially true for frozen bivalve products. At present, demand for bivalves is high ...

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