According to the latest report from the Vietnam Association of Seafood Processors and Exporters, their projections for tuna exports to the UK are very promising.
Norway experienced a notable increase in its seafood exports, reaching a value of NOK 14.2 billion, a 15% increment compared to last year.
A detailed analysis of the results shows interesting figures that explain the performance of the markets for the UK's largest food exporter.
According to Rabobank's Global Aquaculture Update 2H 2023, demand will remain weak, prices will be lower, and profitability will be eroded by fishmeal shortages.
This shows a study by the Global Seafood Alliance, which also notes that a large majority would be willing to pay more for third-party certified seafood products.
The Norwegian Seafood Council's monthly report for July showed an 8% increase in product exports compared to the same period in 2022.
The Norwegian Seafood Council has released shocking figures revealing that fish and seafood consumption in Norway hit its lowest level since 2003.
The latest report on Norwegian exports in the first half of 2023 shows a monetary increase, although not in volume.
The Seafood Council has produced a report on seafood trends in which the effects of the pandemic and the crisis, technological developments in the fishing industry, and social sustainability have been discussed in depth.
Exports from the Los Lagos Region in Chile have experienced a notable decline, as stated in the latest report of the INE. The statement unveils a significant drop of 13.9% in exports in the region.