Global Information, Inc. is pleased to announce a new market research report, "FRESH & PROCESSED FISH & SEAFOOD IN CHINA: A MARKET ANALYSIS 2010" by Mintel.
For centuries, fish and seafood has played an essential role in Chinese cuisine and the Chinese diet. With rising economic development and industrialization, not only are Chinese consumers more able to afford increase fish and seafood consumption in their dietary habits, but the industry itself has also expanded its capacity to supply and meet the growing demands of the market. According to Access Asias study, "As the Chinese fishing fleet has grown, and spread its influence; China has become a major trading nation in fish and seafood. Likewise, Chinas ability to undercut the cost of production in most industries has spread to the fish and seafood processing industry... Thus it is that China has become one of the most important markets in the world for fresh and processed fish and seafood..." While fish and seafood consumption levels in other countries appear to be declining, they are continuing to grow in China.
|Retail Sectors Covered in This Report
|Fresh Fish||Frozen Seafood
|Aquatic Invertebrates||Smoked, Dried, Salted, & Pickled Fish
|Canned Seafood||Seaweed & other Algae