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Overview on production and consumption trend of world fisheries and aquaculture
September 27, 2018, 01:42 PM
This is the presentation of Dr. Ha Viet Hung (Nha Trang University, Vietnam) in the Conference “Future perspective of fisheries and aquaculture” in the framework of Vietfish 2018.

WORLD CAPTURE FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE PRODUCTION

In 2016: Global fish production peaked at 171 mil. tonnes, with aquaculture representing 47%.

The total first sale value estimated at $362 billion, of which $232 billion from aquaculture.

WORLD FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION

- Total and per capita increase

- But total capture not increase

. Total aquacuture incease 

. Non-food uses decrease

 

MARINE CAPTURE: World perfomance

MARINE CAPTURE:  MAJOR PRODUCER COUNTRIES

 

Inland waters capture production:  World perfomance

 

Inland waters capture: MAJOR PRODUCER COUNTRIES

WORLD AQUACULTURE PRODUCTION: MAIN GROUPS OF FOOD FISH SPECIES BY CONTINENT, 2016

In 2016: Global aquaculture production was 110.2 million tonnes, with the first-sale value at $243.5 billion. In which:

- 80.0 million tonnes of food fish ($231.6 billion)

- 30.1 million tonnes of aquatic plants ($11.7 billion)  

- 37900 tonnes of non-food products ( $214.6 million)

 

WORLD AQUACULTURE PRODUCTION: Major Producer Regions, 2001-2016

 

WORLD AQUACULTURE PRODUCTION: Major Producer Countries, 2001-2016

 

AVERAGE ANNUAL GROWTH RATE OF AQUACULTURE PRODUCTION BY VOLUME (excluding aquatic plants)

 

IMPORTANT GLOBAL AQUACULTURE SPECIES PRODUCTION: TILAPIA

 

IMPORTANT GLOBAL AQUACULTURE SPECIES PRODUCTION: Catfish & Pangasius

WORLD FISH CONSUMPTION

Between 1961 and 2016: Global food fish consumption increased at 3.2%/year:

- outpaced population growth (1.6%/year);

- exceeded meat from all  animals combined (2.8%/year).

 

Fish consumption grew from 9.0 kg in 1961 to 20.2 kg in 2015, at rate of 1.5%/year. Consumption expansion driven by increased production & other factors, e.g. reduced wastage.

UTILIZATION OF WORLD FISHERIES PRODUCTION, 1962–2016

 

Seafood consumption frequency of European

Repartition of seafood innovation in regards of the species in EU

- Pangasius not a widespread fish in EU, mostly raised in Asia, and it represents only 0.67% of seafood innovation. 

- To thwart a poor image of this fish in Europe, it’s seems that companies tried to communicate on the sustainability.

SUMMARY

- The trend of stability growth in production and consumption of world fisheries and aquaculture: Potential development

- The trend of proportion of aquaculture production increasing pretty fast: Investing more for aquaculture production

- Utilization of world fisheries production improved, more effective, reduced wastage, non-food useds

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