Afishdeal | Pangasius Fish, basa fish fillet, frozen white fillet, frozen seafood.
  • #
  • #
  • #
  • #
  • #
  • #
  • #
  • #
  • #
  • #
  • #
Update: (2/1/2023)

In the first months of 2023, pangasius consumption is on a strong growth when consumption demand in the Asian market spikes sharply. Besides, freshwater fish is also popular in the EU market
Pangasius fish exports grow strongly
Update: (1/31/2023)

HCMC – Pangasius fish exports had amounted to US$2 billion in the year to mid-October, an increase of 81% over the same period last year.
Ambitious target for 2023
Update: (1/31/2023)

Even though 2022 hasn’t ended, Vietnam achieved a record of USD 10 billion from seafood exports. However, the slowing down at the last two months of the year left a concern for the 2023 target. What should be done to sustain the growth of seafood exports? Trương Đình Hòe, General Secretary of VASEP shared VFM about this matter.
Update: (12/28/2022)

To start the consumption season of the new year 2023, markets around the world focus on diversifying aquatic products, besides the main products of pangasius and shrimp.
Update: (12/28/2022)

At the end of the year, marine fish products are also gradually becoming more and more popular. Especially the markets of the Middle East and American islands.
Vietnam tuna exports to Spain increase at the end of the year
Update: (12/28/2022)

After a decline in 2021, Vietnam's tuna exports to Spain in the first 10 months of 2022 have not yet recovered. According to statistics of Vietnam Customs, the value of Vietnam's tuna exports to this market during this period is not stable. Accumulated in the first 10 months of 2022 tuna export turnover to Spain reached nearly 19 million USD, up 4% over the same period in 2021, but still lower than before the pandemic.
Vietnamese shrimp still dominate the Korean market
Update: (12/28/2022)

According to data from Vietnam Customs, as of November 15, 2022, Vietnam's shrimp exports to South Korea reached nearly $422 million, up 33% over the same period in 2021.
In 2022, clam exports can bring in over 100 million USD
Update: (11/30/2022)

After continuously increasing in the first 5 months of the year with an increase of 19-52%, Vietnam's mollusk shell exports from June have continuously declined down from 2-8% over the same period.
Pangasius exports can achieve record this year
Update: (11/15/2022)

As exports increase, pangasius turnover in 2022 could reach a record of US$2.5 billion to US$2.6 billion, 56% higher than in 2021.
Update: (11/8/2022)

In the last months of the year, especially in preparation for Christmas, the export volume of marine fish increased dramatically and diversified in products. Besides, new types of freshwater fish are also more popular.
Shrimp exports in September 2022: Increased in Asia, decreased in US and EU markets
Update: (11/1/2022)

In September 2022, Vietnam's shrimp exports reached 349 million USD, up 13% over the same period in 2021. Accumulated in the first 9 months of the year, shrimp export value reached 3.4 billion, up 23% over the same period last year. In September this year, Vietnam's shrimp exports tended to increase in Asian markets such as Japan, China, and Korea while being “quiet” in Western markets such as the US and EU.
Price of Vietnam frozen pangasius export to the US increase by 56%
Update: (11/1/2022)

According to Vietnam Customs statistics, in the first 8 months of 2021, Vietnam pangasius exports reached over 1.8 billion USD, up 81% compared to the same period in 2021. In which, pangasius exports to the US accounted for 23%, equivalent to 421 million USD, an increase of 87%.
Update: (10/10/2022)

Towards the end of the year, the import demand of countries starts to increase strongly again to prepare for important festivals. Pangasius still holds the position of the best-selling item to our Middle East market, in addition, other items such as shrimp, tilapia, ... are still consumed in other markets.
Vietnam was the second largest seafood supplier to Switzerland in the first 8 months of 2022
Update: (10/1/2022)

With an export turnover of 21 million USD, Vietnam became the second largest seafood supplier in Switzerland, after Norway.
Pangasius exports grow strongly thanks to good prices
Update: (9/15/2022)

More than 300 Vietnamese pangasius exporters have made efforts to expand the market, especially in the EU, with export turnover growing positively thanks to good prices.
Update: (9/10/2022)

This month, pangasius is still at the top of export volume. In addition, new products such as lobster, pangasius fish ball are new products trusted by our customers.
Vietnam marine products exports reached more than 2 billion USD in the first half of 2022
Update: (8/31/2022)

In June 2022, Vietnam's total exports of marine products reached over 377 million USD, rising 32% to the same period in 2021. In the first 6 months of 2022, Vietnam's exports of marine products reached more than 2 billion USD, up 26% over the same period last year. Currently, marine products exports account for 35% of the country's total seafood export value.
Mexico – The highlight of Vietnam pangasius exports in 2022
Update: (8/22/2022)

From the 4th position in Vietnam's pangasius import markets in 2021, this year Mexico has risen to the 3rd market, after China and the US. In the first 7 months of 2022, pangasius exports to this market grew by 73%, reaching 73.5 million USD, accounting for 4.5% of Vietnam's pangasius exports.
Update: (8/7/2022)

Many products such as barramundi, shrimp, pangasius,... are favorited products and have strongly increased export volume of this month.
Vietnam tuna exports is forecasted to reach a record of over 1 billion USD in 2022
Update: (8/4/2022)

According to the statistics of Vietnam Customs, Vietnam tuna export turnover in June 2022 reached $90 million, up 41% compared to June 2021. Accumulated in the first 6 months of 2022, tuna export turnover reached US$553 million, up 56% over the same period in 2022. Tuna exports to main markets recorded positive growths, except for the EU, Israel and Egypt.
Page 1 2 3 4 17 » Last