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29-05-2018 In the large traditional markets, conventional products are losing consumer appeal while high-value products including non-canned tuna are gaining bigger niches. Raw material supplyGlobal supply of tuna canning material was lower in 2017 compared with 2016. Landings were disappointing in ...
29-05-2018 There was a change in market direction from West to East, where China played a strong role in 2017. Local demand in many producing countries was also good and at strong prices. Supply The global production of farmed shrimp in ...
29-05-2018 Demand for bivalves is growing worldwide. All major consuming countries reported high requests for bivalve products. Production is increasing, but it is generally not enough to completely meet the world demand, leading to growing prices in all major markets. Mussel ...
02-04-2018 The report analyses the market situation until September 2017  In 2017 there was an overall increase in the global production of fishmeal and fish oil. Peru and Chile benefited from the recovered biomass. Nordic countries also increased landings of small pelagics ...
23-03-2018 The report analyses the market situation until September 2017 World imports of pangasius are estimated to have reached approximately 420 000 tonnes in the first nine months of 2017, a 14 percent increase from the same period in 2015. Overall there ...
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