26th Annual China Fisheries & Seafood Expo Postponed to October 25-27, 2023

26th Annual China Fisheries & Seafood Expo To Be Rescheduled

Dear CFSE Exhibitor, Visitor and Partner, Due to the current Covid-19 situation in China, it’s still challenging to hold successful mass gatherings such as large trade shows that attract participants from throughout China. As a result, and after extensive...
26th Annual China Fisheries & Seafood Expo Postponed to October 25-27, 2023

China Fisheries & Seafood Expo To Be Postponed Two Weeks

Due to the Covid-19 situation in China, Qingdao City officials recently announced a prohibition on mass gatherings such as trade shows. This prohibition is in effect from September 10 to October 31. As a result, and after extensive consultations with the Ministry of...
Foreign Shrimp Enjoying Greater Popularity in China

Foreign Shrimp Enjoying Greater Popularity in China

vwww.seafoodnews.com China’s imports of warmwater shrimp rose to a new high record in July. The import volume skyrockets by 121.4% to 0.093 million tons, and the growth rate obviously outruns that of its eatable seafood import which increases by 25.2% to 0.41 million...
Russian Crab Producers Eye Chinese Market

Russian Crab Producers Eye Chinese Market

July 14, 2022 www.seafoodnews.com Leading Russian crab producers are considering re-directing their supplies to the market of China and other Asia-Pacific states in years to come after the decision of the U.S. and the EU authorities to impose a ban on the crab imports...
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...