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Tuna Market Reports

24-06-2019 Demand for canned tuna improved in global markets during 2018, while developed markets remained stable for higher value products. The markets for non-canned tuna continued with positive trends, as consumers buy more fillets and less whole fish. Raw Material Supply Skipjack tuna ...
10-04-2019 Supported by steady raw material availability and lower prices, global sales of processed/canned tuna improved during the first nine months of 2018. Import demand for the higher-value non-canned tuna also remained strong. Raw Material Supply Tuna catches in the Western and Central ...
10-01-2019 The price of frozen skipjack fell 12–15 percent below last year’s during the first half of 2018. Unexpectedly, it declined further to a record low of USD 1 250 per tonne in August and bounced back to USD 1 650 ...
04-10-2018 Imports of canned tuna were below last year’s in most leading markets during the first quarter of 2018, with the exception of the United States of America. Demand improved since April/May. Raw Material SupplyTuna catches in the Western and Central Pacific ...
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 ...
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