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Tuna Market Reports

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 ...
21-03-2018 The report analyses the market situation until September 2017  Tuna canners in Southeast Asia faced difficult markets worldwide due to increased raw material prices till October 2017. However, since the opening of fish aggregating devices (FAD) fishing in the Western Pacific ...
04-12-2017 The report analyses the market situation until October 2017   With the catch situation poor during the July–October ban on fish aggregating devices (FAD) and the 'veda' fishing closures period in the Pacific Ocean, frozen tuna prices strengthened further to reach a ...
09-10-2017 The report analyses the market situation during the first quarter 2017. Since December last year, frozen skipjack price remained at a four-year high, at US$1 600/tonne for delivery to Thailand. Nonetheless, imports of processed and canned tuna increased in the US ...
26-06-2017 The report analyses the market situation over the year 2016 and the first quarter 2017. From March–December 2016, frozen skipjack prices for delivery to Thailand increased by 15-20 percent compared with the same period in 2015. The price continued to be ...
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