What happened this time was imported shrimp. Since the outbreak of the epidemic in the past two years, the hidden dangers brought by imported frozen products have been worrying. Whenever something happens to imported frozen products, many people will ask, why not stop importing frozen products?
The average export price of Argentine cod reached a four-year high of $2.80 per kilogram ($2,803.7 per metric ton) in February 2022, up 17 percent year-on-year, data released by Argentina’s Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries showed. This is the highest level since cod export prices reached $2.93/kg ($2,931/t) in February 2018.
Norwegian seafood exports in April 2022 increased by 33% year-on-year to NOK 11.3 billion (USD 1.2 billion, EUR 1.1 billion), the highest in the industry's history for that month, following a record high in the first quarter. the highest record.
According to the data provided by Wuhan Baishazhou Agricultural and Sideline Products Market, in May, the market sold 230 tons of crayfish every day. According to industry analysts, with the sufficient supply of crayfish in the market, there is still room for the price of crayfish to continue to bottom in the next 15 to 20 days.
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Affected by the Ukrainian-Russian war, the price of imported salmon and cod has doubled, and one kilogram of salmon has soared from 30 yuan to 50 yuan. Fishmongers say the recent price of cod from Alaska can be as high as SG$90 per kilogram.
Affected by multiple factors such as the epidemic and the lazy economy, pre-made dishes are becoming a new "top stream" in the catering industry. Zhaoqing, known as the "Inkstone Capital of China", is accelerating the construction of a prefabricated vegetable industrial park in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area to seize the domestic and international markets.
In March 2021, Douyin Local Life began to increase the promotion of group buying business. In addition to enjoying free online access and 0 commission for group buying packages, the first batch of key city merchants can also get traffic support.
After entering the fishing moratorium, the fishing boats have all returned to the port and docked, waiting for the next open sea season. However, many villagers in the fishing village started selling dry goods. Dried goby, sweet sun-dried mackerel, shrimp paste, etc., are made with special craftsmanship and have a unique flavor. Moreover, due to the high added value, the income of selling dry goods is 20-30% higher than that of selling fresh goods.