In 2020, the British magazine "Nature" published a report on sustainable food production, which predicted that the annual global marine food production may increase to 21 million tons in 2050, up to 44 million tons, which will account for the world's 9.8 billion people in the middle of the 21st century. 12%-25% of the total increase in meat required.
The era of eating the sea is coming. In the future, marine food will replace some terrestrial food and appear on human tables more frequently.
At present, marine food mainly includes frozen seafood, dried seafood products, snack food, health food, seafood seasoning, etc. It is not only an important segment of the food industry, but also affects all aspects of the marine industry from breeding and fishing to production and sales. This "blue market" not only has huge room for growth, but also has countless market opportunities.