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Tuna Market Reports

01-09-2014 Prices of frozen skipjack have recently increased with a further price rise expected in the coming months. In the non-canned tuna market, imports of sashimi tuna weakened further in Japan largely due to the unfavourable yen/dollar exchange rate, while demand remained ...
01-06-2014 Worldwide demand for canned and non-canned tuna remained low during the first quarter of 2014 and prices were under pressure. Frozen skipjack price is nearly 50% lower this April compared with the same month last year. But demand from Asian canners remains ...
01-04-2014 General increase in catches for first three quarters of 2013, though fishing has slowed in some areas. Overall demand and prices mixed. During December 2013–January 2014, raw tuna consumption improved in Japan following increased supplies of farmed bluefin tuna and a ...
01-01-2014 Japan, the largest sashimi tuna market, has become less active with lower imports during the first half of the year. The canned tuna market fared better with improved imports by the European Union and the USA. Canned tuna demand has ...
01-09-2013 The conventional large markets for canned tuna show some improvement this year but raw material supplies will be low till October. The frozen skipjack price remains strong at USD 2 300-2 400/tonne for delivery to Bangkok. During early June, there was ...
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