Ghana imported $290 million in seafood last year

Wed, 05/11/2022 - 20:58

According to Ghana's "Financial Times" report on May 10, Ghana  imported a total of 343,000 tons of seafood products of US$290 million in 2021, and the main source of imports is the United States. With the easing of the epidemic in Ghana, the tourism industry is recovering, and the demand for imported seafood products is continuing to increase, while the development of local fisheries in Ghana is lagging behind, and the seafood market in the United States will continue to expand.

Why not stop importing frozen products

Mon, 05/09/2022 - 18:48

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?

Chilean fresh grapes have become a new favorite of Chinese consumers

Sat, 04/30/2022 - 10:26

In order to increase the consumption of fresh grapes in China, the Comit é de UVA de mesa of the association of fruit exporters of Chile (asoex) strengthened cooperation with Chinese e-commerce giant jd.com in the annual production season of 2021-2022. JD has become an important channel for the online promotion of Chilean fresh grapes in China.

China: the General Administration of Customs has taken urgent preventive measures against 19 aquatic enterprises in Vietnam and other countries!

Fri, 04/29/2022 - 10:16

On April 28, 2022, the General Administration of Customs released information and took urgent preventive measures against the export of 19 aquatic enterprises from Vietnam and other countries to China!
14 in Vietnam
1 in Pakistan
1 in Peru
1 in India
1 in Estonia
1 in Spain

Restricting the operation of seahorse, will the price rise again and again?

Fri, 04/22/2022 - 08:00
2015-2021 Market Price Trend
2015-2021 Market Price Trend

Since the epidemic, regulatory authorities have begun to strictly control animal medicinal materials, especially imported animal medicinal materials. For example, for seahorse, domestic products need to have a breeding certificate, and imports also need to go through relevant procedures. At the same time, relevant departments are also rectifying the major Chinese herbal medicine markets. Nowadays, it is difficult to find regular sources of goods in the origin and the market, and the holders of goods take the opportunity to raise prices.

The first round of price cuts this year has begun! The maximum price of aquatic feed is reduced by 200 yuan / ton!

Fri, 04/15/2022 - 08:16

On April 12, the domestic soybean meal market fell, with an average market price of 4,678 yuan/ton, down 0.64% in a single day. As the new season of South American soybeans arrives at the port one after another and is expected to continue to increase in the later period, superimposed on the continuous auction of imported soybeans from the state reserve and flowing into soybean crushing enterprises, the supply of soybeans has increased, and the price of soybean meal has been significantly loosened. It is expected that the soybean meal market will remain weak in the short term.

Shangrao Customs: tax reduction, fee reduction and excellent service to smooth the supply chain of roast eel

Sat, 04/09/2022 - 11:22

Recently, more than 40 batches of imported eel fry "tax exemption certificate" was successfully completed in Shangrao customs, which will reduce and exempt nearly 8 million yuan of value-added tax for eel fry import enterprises.

Heilongjiang restarted Japanese koi entry business|The first batch of koi worth 30,000 US dollars successfully completed quarantine

Sat, 04/09/2022 - 08:46
Xinhong Koi Fishery
Xinhong Koi Fishery

There are 654 koi in this batch, with a total price of 30,000 US dollars, of which the highest price is more than 10,000 yuan. In the early morning of April 28, 2021, this batch of koi was transported to Harbin Taiping Airport by a Japanese chartered flight, and arrived at the isolation yard of Xinhong Koi Fishing Co., Ltd. in Songbei District by car. Bingcheng Customs staff conducted an on-site inspection of the batch of koi. .

U.S. and European sanctions against Russia hurt themselves: Seafood price hikes, supply chain disruptions and worker unemployment

Tue, 04/05/2022 - 17:25

The United States and many European countries have implemented several rounds of unilateral sanctions on Russia's military action against Ukraine, which has made the seafood industry in western countries complain endlessly. As the economic sanctions against Russia make it more difficult to obtain key seafood such as cod and crab, the seafood industry is coping with the adverse effects of rising prices, supply chain disruption and unemployment of processing plant workers. Experts warned that ordinary consumers will pay for the rise in product prices caused by sanctions.