Bangkok, Thailand-based food giant CP Foods is optimistic about global demand for its shrimp products in the post-COVID-19 era.
- Shrimp exports to rise 15 pct
- Indonesia investigating possible monopoly in shipping of exported lobster seeds
- Vietnam to help Sri Lanka develop fisheries, aquaculture sectors
- Vietnam’s shrimp, pangasius exports to UK grow
- Indonesia unlikely to realize ambitious shrimp-sector growth target
- Vietnam’s seafood production rises in third quarter
- A genetic solution for tackling white spot syndrome virus in shrimp
- Tuna exports fell after two months of consecutive growth
The accumulated stocking area is estimated to reach 5,700 ha by the end of 2020, down 9% from last year. The export volume is estimated to reach $1.5 billion
According to the Sóc Trăng provincial department of Agriculture and Rural Development, the province spent more than 51,000 ha stocking brackish water shrimp
The turnover of Vietnamese tra fish exported to China this November fell as much as 29.3% month-on-month, with experts attributing the decline to a large
The Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta province of Sóc Trăng plans to breed brackish water shrimp species in more than 51,000ha of ponds next year, the same as this year.
Shrimp exports are set to increase by 12.4 percent this year to $3.78 billion notwithstanding the major impact of the COVID-19 on the seafood industry.
To carry out the fisheries sector’s restructuring policy, since the beginning of this year, localities in Hoa Binh province has pushed ahead with cage fish
Being fond of the stream on the top of Pù Rinh, Sâm carried out a project of salmon and sturgeon farming. He is the only one in Thanh Hoá province to succeed
As a global population, we have reached or exceeded sustainable limits of fishing of many species for human consumption and other uses
As China’s aquaculture output increases, fish farmers are embracing ecological engineering techniques to ensure that the industry remains environmentally