Chili Takes Lead in Global Frozen Atlantic Salmon Trade, Leaving Norway Behind
Feb 15, 2022
Chile became the leading supplier of frozen atlantic salmon worldwide, expanding exports from 14K tonnes in 2010 to 125K tonnes in 2020 and leaving behind the former leading supplier, Norway.
Shrimp Prices to Soar in 2022 on Rising Logistical Costs
Jan 12, 2022
This year, the average annual shrimp price is forecast to soar by 7% y-o-y to $15 per kg. High freight rates, the rising cost of marine fuels and boosting global demand for crustaceans remain the key reasons for the price increases. In 2021, the average annual shrimp price ($12.7 per kg) was approximately 10% higher than those of 2020.
European Imports of Dried or Smoked Fish Dwindle
Aug 20, 2021
European imports of dried or smoked fish reduced by 5% y-o-y to 338K tonnes in 2020, continuing its downward trend over the past three years. In value terms, imports declined to $3.3B. Germany, Portugal, Italy, Sweden, Spain and France constitute the largest importers of dried or smoked fish in the EU, accounting for 83% of the total figure. Spain, France, Portugal and Italy saw significant drops in purchases from abroad last year, while Germany, Sweden and Denmark managed to boost their imports. The dried or smoked fish import price in the EU declined by -2.3% against the previous year.
European Imports of Prepared or Preserved Tuna Shot Up to $3.6B
Jul 26, 2021
In 2020, European tuna imports increased by +7.3% y-o-y to $3.6B. The shipments to Spain, Italy, Germany, France and the Netherlands comprised 81% of the total import volume in the EU. In 2020, the average import price remained relatively unchanged against the previous year. Last year, Ecuador, Papua New Guinea, China and the Philippines were the leading tuna suppliers to the EU countries.
Spain, France and Italy Comprise Over a Half of $4.6B European Frozen Crustacean Imports
Jul 9, 2021
The pandemic-related restrictions insignificantly affected the EU trade of frozen crustaceans. In 2020, imports in the EU countries decreased by -6% y-o-y to $4.6B due to supply chain disruptions and limitations of the HoReCa segment. Spain, France and Italy remain the largest importers of frozen crustaceans in the EU, with a combined share of over 50% of the total value. Germany, Netherlands and France increased their imports in 2020, while most other importers experienced slight declines in supplies.
While the European Mollusc Market Struggles with the Pandemic, Brexit Emerges Another Serious Threat to the UK’s Producers
Feb 25, 2021
The mollusc market is expected to contract over 2020 amid a marked drop in demand from the HoReCa sector, and will resume weak growth in 2021 as the HoReCa and tourism sectors find their ‘new normality’.
The European Smoked Salmon Market to Retain Gradual Growth Despite the Pandemic
Dec 9, 2020
Given the pandemic-related limitation of the HoReCa and retail sector, the smoked salmon market is not expected to post any tangible gains in 2020. Afterward, the market is forecast to resume gradual growth, driven by gradual population growth and the recovery of the HoReCa industry.
The European Frozen Freshwater Fish Market Decreased Slightly to $0.7 Billion
Sep 7, 2020
In 2019, after three years of growth, there was decline in the EU frozen freshwater fish market, when its value...
Germany, the UK, and France Dominate the European Frozen Fish Fillet Market
Aug 21, 2020
The EU frozen fish fillet market totaled $6.6B in 2019, surging by 5.1% against the previous year. This figure...
Global Frozen Fish Market - Pandemic Impact on Industry Development
Jul 3, 2020
China ($7.6B) remains the largest frozen fish supplier worldwide, comprising 17% of global exports.
Africa's Frozen Whole Fish Market - Nigeria Emerges As the Largest Market, with $488M of Imports in 2018
May 21, 2020
In value terms, the largest frozen whole fish importing markets in Africa were Nigeria ($488M), Cameroon ($467M) and Egypt ($290M), with a combined 42% share of total imports.