Global Shrimp Market Analysis & Forecast by Export, Import

Shrimp is a widely consumed seafood species which belongs to the largest class of crustaceans, called Malacostraca. Shrimp is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, which is used to overcome weight loss, lower blood pressure, improve bone and brain health, relieves eye fatigue, and also helps to reduce the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases. It also has good level of protein and very low fat. According to Renub Research Global Shrimp Market is expected to be US$ 24.1 Billion by 2026.

Renub Research report titled “Global Shrimp Market by Export, Import, Production, Consumption, Countries (India, China, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, Ecuador, United States, Europe, Spain, France, Japan), Species (L. vannamei, P. monodon, M. rosenbergii, Other), Size (>70, 61-70, 51-60, 41-50, 31-40, 26-30, 21-25, 15-20, <15), Product Form (Green / Head-on, Green / Head-off, Peeled, Cooked, Breaded, Other Forms), Value Chain Analysis & Forecast” provides a complete analysis of global shrimp market.

Growing income level and rising demand for shrimp products among consumers across the globe is driving its market. Governments in many countries are encouraging shrimp production by giving incentives to farmers and by offering fiscal reliefs. Globally, Ecuador is the Largest Exporter of Shrimp; besides China and Vietnam. Among consuming countries, the United States is the largest consumer of Shrimp. Global Shrimp aquaculture production by species L. vannamei, P. monodon, M.rosenbergii, and Others has also been covered in this report.

Vietnam & China are leading Shrimp Producers

We have done a comprehensive assessment on the largest shrimp producing countries such as China, India, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, and Ecuador. Ecuador, along with China and Vietnam, is the largest Shrimp producing countries.

United States is the Largest Shrimp Consumer

We have completed insights on major shrimp consumer countries like Japan, France, Spain, United States, China and Europe 26. According to Renub Research Analysis, United States is the largest shrimp consumer.

Globally, Ecuador is one among the Largest Exporter of Shrimp

This report coveres the top shrimp exporting countries such as Thailand, Ecuador, Indonesia, India, China and Vietnam, along with their volume in metric tons. Ecuador is one of the largest shrimp exporters in the globe. Besides, we have also explained the core factors due to which they became a top shrimp exporting country.

9 Types of Shrimp Size Production has been studied in the report

9 different categorized of shrimp’s sizes production we have covered in this report. Sizes covered in the report are >70, 61-70, 51-60, 41-50, 31-40, 26-30, 21-25, 15-20, <15

6 Types of Product Form Production studied in the Report

According to this report, shrimp is categorized based on 6 types of Cooked, product Green/Head-on, Green/Head-off, Peeled, Breaded and Other Forms. Head-off has good demand in global market.

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