International Trade and the EU Market for fisheries and aquaculture ...

(2% wild – 98% farmed). Tuna, salmon, cod, pollack, herring, mussel, hake, mackerel, squid, frozen shrimps. Salmon. Tuna and tuna-like species. Shrimps. Cod.
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International Trade and the EU Market for fisheries and aquaculture products Apparent Consumption 2012 Spain €11.3 billion

The EU is a major market for the consumption of seafood products, with 12.3 million tonnes consumed in 2011, worth a total of €52.2 billion. Fish consumption amounted to 23.81 kg per capita in 2012.

12.3 million tonnes

France €10 billion

Italy €9.7 billion

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Some 10 species account for 60% of consumption.

60% Tuna, salmon, cod, pollack, herring, mussel, hake, mackerel, squid, frozen shrimps

52.2 billion

13.9

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Value of extra-EU imports: EUR 21 billion

The EU is a major player in the international trade of fisheries and aquaculture products.

Main commercial species imported (extra-EU) (Source: EUMOFA 2014) % of total value

5.3

Other products

(2% wild – 98% farmed)

Farmed

Exports

112 thousand tonnes

In 2012 the EU exported 1.9 million tonnes of fisheries and aquaculture products.

Supply

1.8 million tonnes

266

AQUACULTURE in 2012

FISHERIES in 2012

325

Other marine fish

9% 10%

Production

Production

Export

(Source: EUMOFA based on EUROSTAT data, 2012)

Salmonids Bivalves and other molluscs and aquatic invertebrates

12

EU

(Sou 12) rce: E , 20 data UMOFA T A T S O , based on EUR

Main species produced (in thousand tonnes)

81

Tuna and tuna-like species

EU production covers 44% of its needs.

(Source: EUMOFA based on EUROSTAT data, 2011)

Tuna and tuna-like species

Import

Caught

Main species exported (in thousand tonnes)

731

Apparent consumption

Shrimps

18%

Cod

(98% wild – 2 % farmed)

Small pelagics

43%

1.9

Cod 1.96 kg

Other marine fish

11

FISHERIES in 2012

(100% wild – 0% farmed)

Salmon 1.97 kg

Salmon

20%

(per capita) (EUMOFA data, 2011)

Tuna 2.02 kg

Rest of the World

8.5

Main commercial species in apparent consumption

24%

The EU is the largest importer of seafood products, absorbing 24% of total global imports.

Small pelagics

1 898

Groundfish

585

Other marine fish

483

AQUACULTURE in 2012

2012 Expenditure for fishery and aquaculture products (source: EUROSTAT)

EU

Imports

44% Bivalves and other molluscs and aquatic invertebrates

593

Salmonids

354

Other marine fish

150