China Seafood Show To Be Held

China Seafood Show To Be Held

  CFSE 2022 will be held as scheduled October 26-28 at the new Hongdao International Convention and Exhibition Center in Qingdao. The show is expected to feature 1,000 exhibiting companies and more than 30,000 square meters of exhibit space. Due to the potential...
Pandemic Hasn’t Slowed China’s Love for US Lobster

Pandemic Hasn’t Slowed China’s Love for US Lobster

Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press By Patrick Whittle January 18, 2022 China is showing no signs of slowing its demand for American lobster this year despite disruption to the supply chain and international trade caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Chinese demand...
Vietnamese Cephalopod Exports to China Make Notable Leap

Vietnamese Cephalopod Exports to China Make Notable Leap

January 7, 2021 www.seafoodnews.com The Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) reported a 50% jump in cephalopod exports to China through the first nine months of 2020. Overall, exports to China reached $30.9 million, over the same time period...
Boston Lobsters a Hit at Restaurants and Recent Festivals in China

Boston Lobsters a Hit at Restaurants and Recent Festivals in China

  October 15, 2020 www.seafoodnews.com Seafood from overseas has suffered in the Chinese market as the country has shut down imports from some countries and companies due to the coronavirus pandemic, leading to public concern. As many markets are still waiting to...
Salmon Sellers See Great Potential in Chinese Market

Salmon Sellers See Great Potential in Chinese Market

June 8, 2020 www.seafoodnews.com  With China recovering from the coronavirus, its seafood market is also starting to rebound, and recently there has even been an increase in the consumption of some compared with last year. For example, in spite of the contagious...
Record  month for Ecuadorian  shrimp exports to China

Record month for Ecuadorian shrimp exports to China

www.undercurrentnews.com Ecuador’s shrimp exports to China soared 59% in April compared with March to a monthly record of 47,000 metric tons, but exports to the US and Europe slumped. With four out of five shrimp shipped to China the surge took Ecuador’s...