Newsletter 15 June 2021

SEAFOOD MARKET NEWS

TBESFOOD NEWSLETTER, JUN 2021

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BSP HAS BEEN PUBLISHED

  • Global Seafood Association (GSA) has published Best Seafood Practice (BSP) – a standard certified by third party for seafood caught in nature.
  • Such standards will be the only one in the world connecting responsible fishing in nature, fishing boats with RFVS and organizations with SPS certification through the process of supervising Origin.

GIVEN YELLOW CARD, GHANA RISKS LOSING EU MARKET

  • EU has issued another yellow card to Ghana due to Saiko – illegal fishing within its EEZ.
  • Ghana now has to prove changes in management. Or else a Red Card can be issued by the EU, leading to sanction of seafood towards this African country.

 

U.S: SEAFOOD PRICE HIKES UNDERWAY AS SUPPLIERS FACE MAJOR LABOR SHORTAGE

  • “This is a newly rising problem among challenges that the industry has faced since the beginning of Covid-19”, said by John Connelly – President of the National Fisheries Association.
  • Due to the delay in delivery within seafood industry, collaboration with trustworthy, transparent suppliers can be a key to the success of most businesses.

As a response to the rising demand for trustworthy partners of global enterprises, TBES Supplier has always been recognized as a constant forerunner in the ever-changing of the global seafood industry. We commit to bring you Best Business Value in terms of Quality products , Reasonable price & On time delivery

“STORM” OF FARMED SHRIMP MARKET WILL CONTINUE TILL 2022

In UCN’s latest webinar on global shrimp market outlook for 2021 in May, experts claimed that there would be a shortage on shrimp supply till end of 2021 because:

(1) Covid-19 crisis in India leads to early shrimp harvesting, so big-sized shrimp will be in shortage.

(2) Logistics such as lack of containers.

(3) Tourism in the summer will also result in a soar in seafood demand

Therefore, sourcing shrimp with great quantity, premium quality and good price is essential.

At TBES, we are proud to provide Vannamei shrimp that fulfills requirements in even the most difficult market like the EU.

CHINA: GUANGDONG SUSPENDS IMPORTS OF FROZEN SEAFOOD FROM INDIA

Guangdong faces the threat of the India coronavirus variant, Chinese authorities decided to limit importing seafood from India and 10 Asian countries (Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, etc)

Since last summer, China has found coronavirus in the packages of imported frozen seafood several times, making consumers afraid.

SOURCE: VASEP NEWS, EJF

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