EU - Smoked Fish And Seafood - Market Analysis, Forecast, Size, Trends and Insights
Update: COVID-19 Impact
Norway And Iceland Are The Main Suppliers Of Smoked Fish And Seafood Into The EU
European consumption of smoked fish and seafood increased by X% in 2013, amounting to X billion euros in wholesaler’s selling prices. In physical terms, the growth was the same, and led to X thousand tonnes.
Production of smoked fish and seafood in the last few years has shown mixed dynamics. The significant drop in 2011 was followed by sustainable growth in 2012-2013. In 2013 EU production in physical terms increased by X%, reaching X thousand tonnes which was below the highest level of production of smoked fish and seafood recorded in 2010 (X thousand tonnes).
Similar dynamics were observed in smoked pacific, atlantic and danube salmon output, which held the largest share in total EU production of smoked fish. In this segment, the gradual increase from 2007-2010 was followed by a decline in 2011 (X% Y-o-Y) and a notable growth of X% in 2012.
Amidst constant domestic demand, EU growth in smoked fish and seafood production is expected to remain stable at X% per year (currently +X%) in the medium term.
The countries with the highest levels of production in 2013 were Poland (X thousand tonnes), France (X thousand tonnes) and Portugal (X thousand tonnes), which together accounted for X% of total output. In France, the production declined by X% annually from 2007-2013. The remaining countries showed mixed dynamics: Poland (+X%), Portugal (+X%) and Spain (-X%).
Structural changes in production were observed in two product segments. The share of dried fish, whether or not salted, showed a decline from X% to X% over the period under review, while smoked pacific, atlantic and danube salmon increased their share from X% to X% of total output in the EU.
Norway and Iceland were the main suppliers of smoked fish and seafood into the EU, with a combined share of X% of total imports in 2013. However, the fastest growing suppliers from 2007-X were Turkey (+X% per year) and China (+X% per year).
In 2013, the USA (X%), Switzerland (X%), Australia (X%) and Brazil (X%) were the main destinations of EU exports, and together made up X% of total exports in value terms. While the USA share increased significantly, the share of Brazil illustrated negative dynamics. The shares of the other countries showed mixed dynamics throughout the analyzed period.
Source: IndexBox AI Platform
Fish, dried, salted or in brine; smoked fish, whether or not cooked before or during the smoking process; flours, meals and pellets of fish, fit for human consumption.
This report concentrates on the EU smoked fish and seafood market, providing a detailed survey and the most recent data on its market size and volume, EU trade, price dynamics, domestic production, and turnover in the industry. The market trends section reveals the main issues and uncertainties concerning the industry, while the medium-term forecast uncovers market projections. The attractivity index (IB Index) summarizes the source of existing opportunities as they appear in this market, as well as an interpretation of the trade figures.
EU(28) - the report contains statistical data for 28 European countries and includes detailed profiles of the largest consuming and producing countries (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Ireland, Greece, Spain, France, Croatia, Italy, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Finland, Sweden, the United Kingdom).
• Smoked fish and seafood market size and value;
• EU production, split by EU Member States;
• Smoked fish and seafood production by type;
• Profiles of the leading companies;
• EU trade (intra and extra);
• Prices for smoked fish and seafood (producer, import and export);
• Trade structure and market channels;
• Smoked fish and seafood market outlook to 2025;
• Per Capita Consumption.
This report is designed for manufacturers, distributors, importers, and wholesalers, as well as for investors, consultants and advisors.
In this report, you can find information that helps you to make informed decisions on the following issues
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7. How to outsource production to other countries
8. How to prepare your business for global expansion
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