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Global Seafood (Frozen, Canned And Fresh) Industry

NEW YORK, Dec. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global Seafood (Frozen, Canned And Fresh) Industry

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This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Seafood (Frozen, Canned and Fresh) in US$ Million by the following Product Segments: Fresh/Frozen/Chilled Fish, Canned Fish, Cured Fish, and Shell Fish. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East, and Latin America. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2010 through 2018. Also, A six-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. The report profiles 241 companies including many key and niche players such as Amalgam Enterprises, Dongwon Group, Faroe Seafood, High Liner Foods Incorporated, Hansung Enterprise Co. Ltd., Lyons Seafoods Limited, Princes Ltd., Sajo Industries Co Ltd., Stolt Sea Farm S.A, Surapon Foods Public Company Limited, Young's Seafood Limited, and Tri-Marine International, Inc. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based upon search engine sources in the public domain.

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONSStudy Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1Disclaimers I-2Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3Fresh/Frozen/Chilled Fish I-3Canned Fish I-3Cured Fish I-4Shell Fish I-4II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1

Seafood - A Healthy Diet II-1

Market Characteristics: In a Capsule II-2

Key Market Traits II-2

Longstanding Growth Variables II-3

Meat Lovers Shift To Sea Food II-3

Table 1: Production of Fish, Fish Meal and Fish Oil in Kilo

Tons by OECD and Non-OECD Countries for 2011 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-4

Exotic Seafood Preparations Focus on Delicate Flavors and

Textures II-4

Table 2: World Consumption of Fish (2012): Percentage

Breakdown by Mode of Consumption/ Utilization (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-4

Table 3: Global Fisheries Market (2011): PercentageBreakdown of Share by Utilization Type (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) II-5

Table 4: Comparative Per Capita Fish Consumption (in Kgs) by

Region for Years 2008-2010 Vs. 2018- 2020 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-5

Table 5: Global Seafood Market (2011): Percentage Breakdownof Sales by Product Type (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) II-5Global Fish Market Peaks II-6Table 6: Global Fish Consumption (2010): PercentageBreakdown of Consumption by Species (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) II-6Depletion of Natural Fish Stock: A Major Cause of Concern II-6Aquaculture and Commercial Catch Fishery: A Review II-6Global Market Outlook II-7

2. MARKET TRENDS & ISSUES II-8

Low Natural Seafood Stocks to Boost Aquaculture II-8

Table 7: Global Fish Consumption: Percentage Breakdown By

Capture and Aquaculture for the Period Spanning 1990-2020

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-8

Table 8: World Aquaculture Production (2011): PercentageBreakdown of Production Volume by Fish Species (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) II-8

Table 9: World Inland Capture Fisheries Production (2012):

Percentage Breakdown of Production Volume by Fish Species

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-9

Table 10: World Production of Fish (2011): PercentageBreakdown of Production Volume by Production Area - InlandWaters & Marine Waters (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-9Growing Population & Affluence: A Business Case for Seafood II-9Table 11: Global Seafood Market (2011): Per CapitaConsumption of Seafood (kg/Year) By Select Country (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) II-10Recession Hurts the Seafood Market II-10Retail Sales Set to Rise in Coming Years II-11Seafood Production Beset with Challenges II-11Eco-Labeled Products in Demand II-12Demand for Diverse Products to Boost Seafood Trade II-12Table 12: World Fish Food Trade (2020): Percentage Breakdownof Volume Exports by Leading Regions (In Million Tonnes)(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-12

Table 13: World Fish Food Trade (2020): Percentage Breakdown

of Volume Imports by Leading Regions (In Million Tonnes)

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-13

Small Scale Aquacultures: 'Talk of the Town' II-13

Innovative Packaging Introduced to Enhance Product Quality II-13

Availability Matters More than Affordability II-14

Growth of Aquaculture & Wild Catches in Developing Countries II-14

Table 14: World Aquaculture Production (2010): Percentage

Share Breakdown of Production Volume by Geographic Region

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-14

Table 15: World Inland Capture Fisheries Production (2010):Percentage Breakdown of Production Volume by GeographicRegion (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-15

Table 16: World Inland Capture Fisheries Production (2010):

Percentage Breakdown of Production Volume by Economic

Class/Stature (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-15

Table 17: World Inland Capture Fisheries Production (2012):Percentage Breakdown of Production Volume by Country(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-15Convenience Products Enter Retail Market II-16Inadequate Fishing Policies - A Cause for Concern II-16Poor Storage Facility Leads to High Degree of Wastages II-16Traditional Fisheries Faces Threat of Extinction in DevelopedCountries II-16Imbalance in Supply and Demand of Fish Food in DevelopedCountries II-16Concerns Over Farmed and Genetically Modified Fish II-17Rising Concern Over Mercury Levels in Seafood II-17Farm Raised Salmon Found Harmful for Health II-17

3. PRODUCT OVERVIEW II-18

Definition II-18

Fresh Seafood II-18

Popular Kinds of Fresh Fishes II-18

Whole Fish II-18

Fillets II-19

Steaks II-19

Frozen Seafood II-20

Means to Improve the Frozen Seafood Segment II-20

Offer Customers Different Levels of Products to Create Price

Point Differentiation II-20

Factors Influencing Frozen Seafood Demand II-21

Worldwide Fresh/Frozen/Chilled Fish Market II-21

Canned Seafood II-21

Cured Fish II-22

Other Major Fish Varieties II-22

Finfish and Shellfish II-22

Hunted and Farmed Fish II-22

Production Types In Capture Fisheries II-22

Low Value Fish Food II-22

High Value Finfish II-22

Crustaceans II-22

Molluscs II-23

Fishmeal And Fish Oil II-23

Packaging and Labeling II-23

Fresh Seafoods II-23

Canned Seafoods II-23

Other Canned Seafood II-24

Coated Products II-24

Uncoated Products II-24

Frozen Seafoods II-24

Storing and Thawing II-25

IQF Packaging Frozen Fish II-25

Other Forms of Packaging Frozen Fish II-25

Leading Ten Species II-25

Tuna II-25

Shrimp II-26

Cod II-26

Pollock II-26

Catfish II-27

Clams II-27

Flounder II-27

Salmon II-27

Table 18: Global Salmon Production (2010): Volume Production

(in '000 Tonnes) of Atlantic and Pacific Salmon by Country

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-28

Table 19: Leading Atlantic Salmon Producers in the GlobalSeafood Market (2010): Percentage Breakdown byCountry/Region (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-28Scallops II-29Crabs II-29Other Species II-29Swordfish II-29Rainbow Trout II-30Tilapia II-30Squid II-30Prawns II-30Blue and Striped Marlin II-31Bluefish II-31Artic Char II-31Orange Roughy II-31Mahi Mahi II-31Hoki II-31Research & Development II-31Regulatory Environment II-32Standard for Sustainable Seafood by MSC II-32Food and Drug Administration Regulations Over the Years II-32Major Markets Worldwide II-34The United States II-34Canada II-34Japan II-34France II-34Germany II-34Italy II-35The United Kingdom II-35Spain II-35Rest of Europe II-35Belgium II-35Denmark II-35The Netherlands II-35Norway II-36Table 20: Leading Salmon Producers in the World (2010):Percentage Breakdown of Volume Production by Select Country(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-36

Table 21: Global Salmon Market (2010): Percentage Breakdown

of Market Share by Country/Region (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) II-36

Portugal II-36

Sweden II-37

Asia-Pacific II-37

Australia II-37

China II-37

India II-37

Indonesia II-37

South Korea II-38

Malaysia II-38

Philippines II-38

Taiwan II-38

Thailand II-38

Latin America II-38

Brazil II-38

Chile II-39

Mexico II-39

Other Significant Seafood Markets Worldwide II-39

Vietnam II-39

Panama II-39

Morocco II-39

South Africa II-39

Sub-Saharan Africa II-39

Egypt II-40

Sales Prospect By Performance II-40

Cuba II-40

4. PRODUCT/SERVICE INTRODUCTIONS II-41Solomon Islands Government Introduces Novel Longline FishingLicense Policy II-41France Filiere Peche Launches Pavilion France II-41Elevation Brands to Launch Blue Horizon Wild and Ian's NaturalFoods Consumer Brands II-41Guna Jims Hoo Enterprise Introduces Keli Ukong II-41Big Prawn Launches New Range of Seafood Products II-42High Liner Foods Launches Whole Grain Seafood Range for K-12School Districts II-42Seafish to Introduce New Alerts System for Shellfish Harvesters II-42

5. PRODUCT INTRODUCTIONS IN THE RECENT PAST - A PERSPECTIVE BUILDER II-43

Bumble Bee Introduces New Olive Oil Based Prime Fillet® Tonno II-43

Young's Seafood Introduces New Frozen Breaded Fish Fillets Line II-43

Birds Eye Introduces New Frozen Food Range Under Simply Brand II-43

John West Introduces New No Drain, Less Mess Tuna Can II-44

Simpson's To Introduce New Frozen Value-Added Fish Products Line II-44

Birds Eye To Unveil New Advertising Campaign For Simple Bake

To Perfection Fish Line II-44

Princes To Introduce New Cubed Tuna Range For Snacking Segment II-45

6. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY II-46High Liner Foods Acquires Fishery Products International II-46High Liner Foods Enters into Partnership with MarineStewardship Council II-46Linda Greenlaw Partners with Great Oceans to Launch LindaGreenlaw Select® II-46Lakeland Unst to Acquire Uyeasound Salmon II-46Morrisons to Establish Seafood Manufacturing Facility II-46Aquaculture Stewardship Council Introduces CertificationProgramme for Pangasius II-47Royal Foods to Set up A New Canned Seafood Production Facilityin Vietnam II-47IPVG to Take Over New Wave Resources II-47Sysco Takes Over Louisiana Foods II-47Haida Enterprise Takes Over SEAPAK Q.C.I. Processing II-47Cermaq to Acquire Cultivos Marinos Chiloe II-48Santa Monica Seafood Takes Over Central Coast Seafood II-48Icicle Seafoods to Take Over Snopac Products II-48Sofina Foods and Janes Family Foods Ink Agreement II-48Scottish Seafood Investments Takes Over Loch Fyne Oysters II-49Marubeni Acquires Majority Stake in Welmar Europe II-49Merinvest Takes Over Edinburgh Salmon II-49AgriMarine Holdings Signs Agreement with Ito-Yokado II-49Verlasso Partners with Fortune Fish II-50Harbor Seafood Signs Marketing Agreement with BJ Trading &Marketing II-50Agifish Establishes M and T Seafood II-50Hao Weiyuan Inks MoU with Sao Mai Construction II-50Verlasso Enters into Distribution Deal with Samuels & Son II-51Morrisons Acquires Seafood Processing Unit II-512 Sisters Food Group Signs Agreement with Morrisons II-51Verlasso to Select Berkley Bowl to Launch Salmon II-51Thai Union Frozen to Acquire Pakfood II-51High Liner Foods Acquires Icelandic Group in Asia and US II-52Lion Capital Acquires Cumbrian Seafood II-52Associated Seafoods Takes Over Lossie Seafoods II-52Santa Monica Seafood Acquires Long Beach Seafood II-52Colabor Group to Acquire Les Pecheries Norref Quebec II-52Enping A Power Fishery Development Signs Contract withGuangzhou Jinyang Aquaculture II-53The Seafood Company and Findus UK Merge Operations to FormYoung's Seafood II-53The US Bankruptcy Court Declares Contessa Premium Foods Bankrupt II-53

7. CORPORATE INDUSTRY ACTIVITY IN THE RECENT PAST - A PERSPECTIVE

BUILDER II-54

Thai Union Frozen Products to Acquire MW Foods II-54

Tropical Canning Acquires PT Medan II-54

Lion Capital Takes Over Bumble Bee Foods from Centre Partners

Management II-54

Live Lobster to Take Over Bumble Bee Foods' Sardine

Manufacturing Unit II-54

High Liner Foods Takes Over Viking Seafoods II-55

Tri Marine, Chicken of The Sea and ASG Sign Agreement II-55

Lions Gate Takes Over Kali II-55

Aker Seafoods Acquires Pesquera Ancora II-55

Landry's Restaurants Takes Over Oceanaire Seafood II-55

TUF To Acquire Mwbrands II-56

Wild Grill Joins Forces With Unisea II-56

HVG Plans Acquisition of 51% Interest In Agifish II-56

High Liner Foods Partners With SFP To Offer Sustainable

Seafood To Customers II-57

Lonrho Acquires 51% Stake In Oceanfresh Seafoods II-57

Cooke Aquaculture Signs Loi To Acquire Assets of Ocean-To-Ocean II-57

Diamond Ranch Foods Acquires Executive Seafood Customer Accounts II-58

Alliance Tuna International Acquires Major Stake In Prime Foods II-58

Emerging Capital Partners Purchases Minority Stake In Thunnus

Overseas Group II-58

Victory Fund Acquires Minority Stake In Alliance Tuna

International II-59

BIM Opens First Seafood Development Centre II-59

Brand Neue To Distribute PSI's Grande Gourmet Seafood Products II-59

Food Empire to Acquire 40% Interest in PT MMU II-60

Talex Plans to Construct Fish Farm in Voronezh II-60

X51 Factory Collaborates With Bao Tin To Launch The Biggest

Frozen Facility Ship II-60

Pacific Seafood's Subsidiary Takes Over Salmolux II-60

Key West Fresh Acquires Barnacle Seafood II-61

Royal Can Partners With Impress Group To Set Up Joint Venture

In Thailand II-61

Uniq To Divest Pinneys Chilled Fish Operation II-62

China Marine New Seafood Processing Plant Goes On Stream II-62

U.S. Foodservice Inks Partnership Agreement With GAA II-63

China Marine Selects New Distributor For Sichuan Markets II-63

Open Blue Acquires Pristine Oceans II-64

Pristine Oceans S.A. is engaged in ocean farming of cobia. II-64

Geelong Funds Ambaco II-64

MKG Provisions Enters Into Partnership With Seafood Processing

Facility In El Salvador II-64

Slate Gorton Takes Over MS Intertrade / Sonoma Seafoods II-65

8. FOCUS ON SELECT GLOBAL PLAYERS II-66Amalgam Enterprises (India) II-66Dongwon Group (South Korea) II-66Faroe Seafood (Faroe Islands) II-66High Liner Foods Incorporated (Canada) II-66Hansung Enterprise Co. Ltd (South Korea) II-67Lyons Seafoods Limited (UK) II-67Princes Ltd (UK) II-67Sajo Industries Co Ltd. (Korea) II-67Stolt Sea Farm S.A. (Norway) II-68Surapon Foods Public Company Limited (Thailand) II-68Young's Seafood Limited (UK) II-68Tri Marine International Inc. (USA) II-68

9. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE II-69

Table 22: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for

Seafood (Frozen, Canned and Fresh) by Geographic Region - US,

Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle

East and Latin America Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales

in US$ Million for the Years 2010 through 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-69

Table 23: World Historic Review for Seafood (Frozen, Cannedand Fresh) by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe,Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East and Latin AmericaIndependently Analyzed by Annual Sales in US$ Million for theYears 2004 through 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-70

Table 24: World 15-Year Perspective for Seafood (Frozen,

Canned and Fresh) by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown

of Dollar Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific

(excluding Japan), Middle East and Latin America for the Years

2004, 2011 and 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-71

Global Seafood (Frozen, Canned & Fresh) Market: Analytics by

Product Segment II-72

Table 25: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for

Fresh/Frozen/Chilled Fish by Geographic Region - US, Canada,

Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East

and Latin America Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales in

US$ Million for the Years 2010 through 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-72

Table 26: World Historic Review for Fresh/Frozen/ ChilledFish by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe,Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East and Latin AmericaIndependently Analyzed by Annual Sales in US$ Million for theYears 2004 through 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-73

Table 27: World 15-Year Perspective for Fresh/Frozen/ Chilled

Fish by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar

Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding

Japan), Middle East and Latin America for the Years 2004,

2011 and 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-74

Table 28: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis forCanned Fish by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe,Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East and Latin AmericaIndependently Analyzed by Annual Sales in US$ Million for theYears 2010 through 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-75

Table 29: World Historic Review for Canned Fish by Geographic

Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding

Japan), Middle East and Latin America Independently Analyzed

by Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2004 through

2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-76

Table 30: World 15-Year Perspective for Canned Fish byGeographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales forUS, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan),Middle East and Latin America for the Years 2004, 2011 and2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-77

Table 31: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for

Cured Fish by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe,

Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East and Latin America

Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales in US$ Million for the

Years 2010 through 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-78

Table 32: World Historic Review for Cured Fish by GeographicRegion - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excludingJapan), Middle East and Latin America Independently Analyzedby Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2004 through2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-79

Table 33: World 15-Year Perspective for Cured Fish by

Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for

US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan),

Middle East and Latin America for the Years 2004, 2011 and

2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-80

Table 34: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis forShell Fish by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe,Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East and Latin AmericaIndependently Analyzed by Annual Sales in US$ Million for theYears 2010 through 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-81

Table 35: World Historic Review for Shell Fish by Geographic

Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding

Japan), Middle East and Latin America Independently Analyzed

by Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2004 through

2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-82

Table 36: World 15-Year Perspective for Shell Fish byGeographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales forUS, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan),Middle East and Latin America for the Years 2004, 2011 and2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-83III. MARKET

1. THE UNITED STATES III-1

A.Market Analysis III-1

Current and Future Analysis III-1

Market Overview III-1

Recession Dents the US Seafood Market III-2

Government Promotes Mussels Production in North America Post

Recession III-2

The American Love for Seafood Boosts International Trade III-3

South-East Asia - A Major Seafood Supplier to the US III-3

Table 37: US Fish and Marine Products Imports (2010):

Percentage Breakdown by Leading Regions (In Million Tonnes)

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-4

Aquaculture Imports Compensate for Low Domestic Production III-4

Challenges Confronting Southeast Asian Exporters III-4

Private Labels Lead Retail Sales III-5

Innovative Products Fuel Market Growth III-5

Packaging - A Key Market Driver III-5

Stability in Seafood Prices to Reduce Price Volatility in

Aquaculture III-6

Canned Tuna Sales Display Positive Growth III-6

Table 38: US Shelf-stable Seafood Market (2011): Percentage

Breakdown of Value Sales by Type (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-6

Table 39: US Seafood Market (2011): Percentage Breakdown ofValue Sales by Category (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) III-7

Table 40: US Shelf-stable Seafood Market (2012): Percentage

Breakdown of Sales by Distribution Format (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-7

Oil Spill Inflates Shrimp Prices III-7

US Demand to Drive Indian Seafood Exports III-8

Consumption Statistics III-8

Table 41: Annual Per Capita Consumption of Commercial Fish

& Shell Fish in the United States (2008-2011): Breakdown by

Fresh & Frozen, Canned, and Cured (In Pounds of Edible

Meat) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-8

Table 42: US Per Capita Consumption of Seafood (2011):Breakdown by Shrimp, Canned Tuna, Salmon, Pollock, Catfish,Tilapia, Crab, Cod, Clams and Pangasius (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) III-9

Table 43: US Tuna Market (2008-2012): Volume Sales in

Millions of Tons (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-9

Table 44: US Crustacean Market in the US (2011): PercentageBreakdown of Market Share by Type (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) III-10

Table 45: Leading Finfish Categories in the US (2010):

Percentage Breakdown of Supermarket Sales by Type (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-10

Seafood Production Statistics III-11

Table 46: US Fish Landings by Species in Metric Tons: 2010 III-11

Table 47: US Fish Landings by Major States in Metric Tons:2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-12

Table 48: US Fish Landings by Region (2010): Domestic

Landings in Metric Tons for Pacific Coast, Gulf,

Chesapeake, New England, Middle Atlantic, South Atlantic,

Hawaii, and Great Lakes (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-13

Table 49: US Commercial Fish & Shellfish Landings (2010):Percentage Share Breakdown for Human Food and IndustrialPurposes (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-13

Table 50: US Production of Canned Fishery Products (2008):

Breakdown by Fish Species (In 000 Pounds, and US$ Million)

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-14

Table 51: Production of Fresh And Frozen Fillets And Steaksin the United States (2008): Breakdown by Fish Species (InUS$ Million) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-15Seafood Retailing III-16Retail Brand Statistics III-16Table 52: Leading Seafood Suppliers in North America(2011): Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for TridentSeafoods, Tri-Marine International, Bumble Bee Foods, ThaiUnion International, Nippon Suisan USA, StarKist, HighLiner Foods, Marine Harvest USA, Beaver Street Fisheriesand American Seafoods Group (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) III-16

Table 53: Leading Fish/Seafood Brands in the US (2011):

Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Gorton's, Van de

Kamp's, Great American, Great Fish, Mrs. Paul's, Sea Best,

Cape Gourmet, Ocean Eclipse, Fishin', Private label and

Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-17

Table 54: Leading Center-of-Plate Seafood Brands in the US(2010): Percentage Breakdown of Market Shares forTrans-Ocean, Vita, Phillips, Echo Falls, Acme, Louis KempCrab Delight and Others (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) III-17

Table 55: Leading Frozen Shrimp Brands in the US (2011):

Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for SeaPak, Sea Best,

Tastee Choice, Gorton's, Aqua Star, Cape Gourmet, Great

American, SeaMazz, Censea, Private label and Others

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-18

Table 56: US Tuna Market (2011): Percentage Breakdown ofMarket Share by Brand for Starkist, Bumble Bee, Chicken ofthe Sea and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-18Top 10 Seafood Restaurants in the US (2010): Ranked on thebasis of Number of Outlets III-18Retail Brand Statistics-A Historic Perspective III-19Table 57: Cooked Shrimp Market in the US (2008):Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Sale by Top Brands(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-19

Table 58: Raw Shrimp Market in the US (2008): Percentage

Share Breakdown of Value Sale by Top Brands (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-19

Environmental Ramification of Rising Seafood Market III-20

Private Label Frozen Seafoods III-20

Table 59: Index for Private Label Frozen Seafood

Consumption in Various Niche Market Segments in the US III-20

FDA's Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP)

Program III-20

Export & Import Statistics III-21

Seafood III-21

Table 60: US Seafood Imports (2011): Percentage Breakdown

of Volume Imports by Country of Origin (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-21

Catfish III-21

Table 61: US Catfish Imports (2010): Percentage Breakdown

of Volume Imports by Origin Country (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-21

Shrimp III-22

Table 62: US Imports of Shrimp (2011): Percentage Breakdown

of Volume Imports by Select Origin Countries (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-22

Frozen Fish III-22

Table 63: US Imports of Frozen Fish (2011): Value Imports

(in Thousand US$) by Origin Country (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-22

Table 64: US Exports of Frozen Fish (2011): Value Exports(in US$ Million) by Destination Country (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) III-23Fish Fillets III-23Table 65: US Imports of Fish Fillets and Other Fish Meat(2011): Value Imports (in Thousand US$) by Origin Country(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-23

Table 66: US Exports of Fish Fillets and Other Fish Meat

(2011): Value Exports (in Thousand US$) by Destination

Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-24

Molluscs III-24

Table 67: US Imports of Molluscs (2011): Value Imports (in

Thousands of US$) by Origin Country (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-24

Table 68: US Exports of Molluscs (2011): Value Exports (inThousands of US$) by Destination Country (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) III-25Fresh/Chilled Fish III-25Table 69: US Imports of Fresh or Chilled Fish (2011): ValueImports (in Thousands of US$) by Origin Country (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) III-25

Table 70: US Exports of Fresh or Chilled Fish (2011): Value

Exports (in Thousands of US$) by Destination Country

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-26

Fish (Dried, Salted, Smoked or in Brine) III-26

Table 71: US Imports of Fish (Dried, Salted, Smoked or in

Brine) (2011): Value Imports (in Thousands of US$) by

Origin Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-26

Table 72: US Exports of Fish (Dried, Salted, Smoked or inBrine) (2011): Value Exports (in Thousands of US$) byDestination Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-27Live Fish III-28Table 73: US Imports of Live Fish (2011): Value Imports (inUS$) by Origin Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-28

Table 74: US Exports of Live Fish (2011): Value Exports (in

US$) by Destination Country (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-28

Salmon III-29

Table 75: US Salmon Imports (2010): Percentage Breakdown of

Value Imports by Origin Country (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-29

Strategic Corporate Developments III-29

Product Innovations/Launches III-32

Focus on Key Players III-33

B.Market Analytics III-34

Table 76: US Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for

Seafood (Frozen, Canned and Fresh) by Product Segment -

Fresh/Frozen/Chilled Fish, Canned Fish, Cured Fish and Shell

Fish Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales in US$ Million

for the Years 2010 through 2018 (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-34

Table 77: US Historic Review for Seafood (Frozen, Canned andFresh) by Product Segment - Fresh/ Frozen/Chilled Fish,Canned Fish, Cured Fish and Shell Fish IndependentlyAnalyzed by Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2004through 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-35

Table 78: US 15-Year Perspective for Seafood (Frozen, Canned

and Fresh) by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of

Dollar Sales for Fresh/Frozen/Chilled Fish, Canned Fish,

Cured Fish and Shell Fish for the Years 2004, 2011, and 2018

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-36

2. CANADA III-37A.Market Analysis III-37Current and Future Analysis III-37Industry Overview III-37Table 79: Canadian Fish and Seafood Market (2012):Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Sales by Retail Channel(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-38Future Prospects Bode Well III-38Table 80: Canadian Aquaculture Market: Breakdown ofProduction by Type of Species for the year 2010 (In Tons &US$ 000) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-39Increasing Price Resistance by Consumers III-39Employment Crisis in Canadian Seafood Industry III-40Import & Export Statistics III-40Table 81: Canadian Imports of Seafood (2011): PercentageBreakdown of Volume Imports by Type (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) III-40

Table 82: Canadian Exports of Seafood (2011): Percentage

Breakdown of Volume Exports by Type (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-40

Table 83: Canadian Imports of Frozen Fish (2011): ValueImports (in Thousands US$) by Origin Country (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) III-41

Table 84: Canadian Exports of Frozen Fish (2011): Value

Exports (in Thousands US$) by Destination Country (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-41

Table 85: Canadian Imports of Fish Fillets and Other FishMeat (2011): Value Imports (in Thousands US$) by OriginCountry (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-42

Table 86: Canadian Exports of Fish Fillets and Other Fish

Meat (2011): Value Exports (in Thousands US$) by

Destination Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-42

Table 87: Canadian Exports of Molluscs (2011): ValueExports (in Thousand US$) by Destination Country (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) III-43

Table 88: Canadian Imports of Fresh or Chilled Fish (2011):

Value Imports (in Thousands of US$) by Origin Country

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-43

Table 89: Canadian Exports of Fresh or Chilled Fish (2011):Value Exports (in Thousands of US$) by Destination Country III-44

Table 90: Canadian Imports of Fish (Dried, Salted, Smoked

or in Brine) (2011): Value Imports (in Thousands of US$) by

Origin Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-44

Table 91: Canadian Exports of Fish (Dried, Salted, Smokedor in Brine) (2011): Value Exports (in Thousands of US$) byDestination Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-45

Table 92: Canadian Imports of Live Fish (2011): Value

Imports (in US$) by Origin Country (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-45

Table 93: Canadian Exports of Live Fish (2011): ValueExports (in US$) by Destination Country (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) III-46

Table 94: Canadian Exports of Aquaculture Products (2010):

Breakdown of Volume Exports by Key Destination Countries

(In Tons) III-46

Strategic Corporate Developments III-46

B.Market Analytics III-48

Table 95: Canadian Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis

for Seafood (Frozen, Canned and Fresh) by Product Segment -

Fresh/Frozen/ Chilled Fish, Canned Fish, Cured Fish and

Shell Fish Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales in US$

Million for the Years 2010 through 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-48

Table 96: Canadian Historic Review for Seafood (Frozen,Canned and Fresh) by Product Segment - Fresh/Frozen/ChilledFish, Canned Fish, Cured Fish and Shell Fish IndependentlyAnalyzed by Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2004through 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-49

Table 97: Canadian 15-Year Perspective for Seafood (Frozen,

Canned and Fresh) by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown

of Dollar Sales for Fresh/Frozen/Chilled Fish, Canned Fish,

Cured Fish and Shell Fish for the Years 2004, 2011, and 2018

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-50

3. JAPAN III-51A.Market Analysis III-51Current and Future Analysis III-51Market Overview III-51Consumption III-51Table 98: Fish and Meat Consumption Per Day Per Person: AComparison of Select Markets - Australia, China, Japan,England, France, and USA (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) III-52Natural Calamities Lead to Reduced Output III-52Japan to Increase Seafood Self-Sufficiency to 70% III-53Expanding Market for Tuna Loins and Fillets III-53Japanese Salmon Market III-53Safe and Quality Fishery Products - The Most Sought After III-53Packaging of Fishery Products III-54Import Scenario III-54Duty on Imports III-54Import Statistics III-55Table 99: Japanese Imports of Frozen Shrimp (2011):Percentage Breakdown of Volume Imports by Origin Country(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-55

Table 100: Japanese Imports of Processed Shrimp (2011):

Percentage Breakdown of Volume Imports by Origin Country

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-55

Table 101: Japanese Shrimp Imports (2010): PercentageBreakdown of Volume Imports by Select Origin Country(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-56

Table 102: Japanese Imports of Tuna (2010): Percentage

Breakdown of Value Imports by Origin Country (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-56

Table 103: Japanese Imports of Crabs (2010): PercentageBreakdown of Value Imports by Origin Country (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) III-56

Table 104: Japanese Imports of Octopus (2010): Percentage

Breakdown of Value Imports by Origin Country (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-57

Table 105: Japanese Imports of Fresh and Frozen Herrings(2010): Percentage Breakdown of Volume Imports by OriginCountry (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-57Strategic Corporate Developments III-57Focus on Key Players in Japan III-58B.Market Analytics III-60Table 106: Japanese Recent Past, Current and Future Analysisfor Seafood (Frozen, Canned and Fresh) by Product Segment -Fresh/Frozen/Chilled Fish, Canned Fish, Cured Fish and ShellFish Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales in US$ Millionfor the Years 2010 through 2018 (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) III-60

Table 107: Japanese Historic Review for Seafood (Frozen,

Canned and Fresh) by Product Segment - Fresh/Frozen/Chilled

Fish, Canned Fish, Cured Fish and Shell Fish Independently

Analyzed by Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2004

through 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-61

Table 108: Japanese 15-Year Perspective for Seafood (Frozen,Canned and Fresh) by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdownof Dollar Sales for Fresh/Frozen/Chilled Fish, Canned Fish,Cured Fish and Shell Fish for the Years 2004, 2011, and 2018(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-62

4. EUROPE III-63

A.Market Analysis III-63

Current and Future Analysis III-63

Aquaculture III-63

European Tuna Market III-63

EU Demand for Salmon III-64

Surimi Market in EU III-64

Ground Fish Market III-64

Table 109: European Whitefish Market (2011): Percentage

Share Breakdown Volume Consumption by Species-Cod,

Alaska-Pollock, Pangasius, Hake, Haddock, Saithe and Others

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-65

Table 110: European Union Imports of Whitefish (2010):Volume Imports (in '000 Tons) by Select Origin Countries(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-65Frozen Food Segment to Witness Growth Despite Recession III-65B.Market Analytics III-66Table 111: European Recent Past, Current and Future Analysisfor Seafood (Frozen, Canned and Fresh) by Geographic Region -France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest ofEurope Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales in US$ Millionfor the Years 2010 through 2018 (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) III-66

Table 112: European Historic Review for Seafood (Frozen,

Canned and Fresh) by Geographic Region - France, Germany,

Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe Independently

Analyzed by Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2004

through 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-67

Table 113: European 15-Year Perspective for Seafood (Frozen,Canned and Fresh) by Geographic Region- Percentage Breakdownof Dollar Sales for France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain,Russia and Rest of Europe for the Years 2004, 2011 and 2018(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-68

Table 114: European Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis

for Seafood (Frozen, Canned and Fresh) by Product Segment -

Fresh/Frozen/ Chilled Fish, Canned Fish, Cured Fish and

Shell Fish Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales in US$

Million for the Years 2010 through 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-69

Table 115: European Historic Review for Seafood (Frozen,Canned and Fresh) by Product Segment - Fresh/Frozen/ChilledFish, Canned Fish, Cured Fish and Shell Fish IndependentlyAnalyzed by Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2004through 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-70

Table 116: European 15-Year Perspective for Seafood (Frozen,

Canned and Fresh) by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown

of Dollar Sales for Fresh/Frozen/Chilled Fish, Canned Fish,

Cured Fish and Shell Fish for the Years 2004, 2011, and 2018

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-71

4a. FRANCE III-72A.Market Analysis III-72Current and Future Analysis III-72Imports III-73Table 117: French Raw Shrimp Imports (2011): Value Imports(in Thousands of US$) by Origin Country (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) III-73

Table 118: French Shrimp Imports (2011): Percentage

Breakdown of Value Imports (in Thousands of US$) by Origin

Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-74

Strategic Corporate Developments III-74

Product Innovations/Launches III-74

B.Market Analytics III-75

Table 119: French Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis

for Seafood (Frozen, Canned and Fresh) by Product Segment -

Fresh/Frozen/Chilled Fish, Canned Fish, Cured Fish and Shell

Fish Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales in US$ Million

for the Years 2010 through 2018 (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-75

Table 120: French Historic Review for Seafood (Frozen,Canned and Fresh) by Product Segment - Fresh/ Frozen/ChilledFish, Canned Fish, Cured Fish and Shell Fish IndependentlyAnalyzed by Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2004through 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-76

Table 121: French 15-Year Perspective for Seafood (Frozen,

Canned and Fresh) by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown

of Dollar Sales for Fresh/Frozen/Chilled Fish, Canned Fish,

Cured Fish and Shell Fish for the Years 2004, 2011, and 2018

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-77

4b. GERMANY III-78A.Market Analysis III-78Current and Future Analysis III-78Market Overview III-78German Tuna Market III-78Key Market Statistics III-79Table 122: Leading Brands in the German Smoked SalmonMarket (2009): Percentage Breakdown of Market Share forMorpol/ Laschinger, Friedrichs, Suempol and Others(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-79Leading Fish Categories in Germany (2011): Ranked on theBasis of Preference III-79Trade Statistics III-79Table 123: German Imports of Frozen Mackerel (2010):Percentage Breakdown of Volume Imports by Origin Country(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-79

Table 124: German Imports of Frozen Cod Fillets (2010):

Percentage Breakdown of Volume Imports by origin Country

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-80

Table 125: German Imports of Frozen Alaska Pollock Fillets(2010): Percentage Breakdown of Volume imports by OriginCountry (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-80B.Market Analytics III-81Table 126: German Recent Past, Current and Future Analysisfor Seafood (Frozen, Canned and Fresh) by Product Segment -Fresh/Frozen/Chilled Fish, Canned Fish, Cured Fish and ShellFish Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales in US$ Millionfor the Years 2010 through 2018 (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) III-81

Table 127: German Historic Review for Seafood (Frozen,

Canned and Fresh) by Product Segment - Fresh/Frozen/Chilled

Fish, Canned Fish, Cured Fish and Shell Fish Independently

Analyzed by Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2004

through 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-82

Table 128: German 15-Year Perspective for Seafood (Frozen,Canned and Fresh) by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdownof Dollar Sales for Fresh/Frozen/Chilled Fish, Canned Fish,Cured Fish and Shell Fish for the Years 2004, 2011, and 2018(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-83

4c. ITALY III-84

A.Market Analysis III-84

Current and Future Analysis III-84

Market Snapshots III-84

B.Market Analytics III-86

Table 129: Italian Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis

for Seafood (Frozen, Canned and Fresh) by Product Segment -

Fresh/Frozen/ Chilled Fish, Canned Fish, Cured Fish and

Shell Fish Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales in US$

Million for the Years 2010 through 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-86

Table 130: Italian Historic Review for Seafood (Frozen,Canned and Fresh) by Product Segment - Fresh/Frozen/ChilledFish, Canned Fish, Cured Fish and Shell Fish IndependentlyAnalyzed by Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2004through 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

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