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Markets in the European Union for turbot, seabream and seabass

Helga Josupeit

Markets in the European Union for turbot, seabream and seabass

by Helga Josupeit

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Published by Food and Agriculture Organization in Rome .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Helga Josupeit.
SeriesGLOBEFISH research programme -- 31
ContributionsFood and Agriculture Organization. Fishery Industries Division.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16258540M

collaborating. The six species are Atlantic salmon, common carp, European seabass, gilthead seabream, rainbow trout and turbot. Project partners Industry partners This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (KBBE) under grant agreement n° Aquaculture in the European Union 19 Situation of aquaculture in the European Union 19 Sea bass market development Turbot market development 7. Spanish scientific production in the field of aquaculture 82 » Sea bream juvenile production in Spain in was million units, % more than in

An investment of € 1,5 million expanded the Aguilas plant facility by 2, m2 making it the largest fish packing plant of sea bass and sea bream in the Mediterranean Region. The installation of 4 Marel state-of-the-art machines and 2 robots to pallet the packaged fish, allowed for an increased annual capacity of aro tons. EU Farmed Turbot Production (Tonnes) and Nominal Price€/Kg. The interesting question about turbot is why production has not increased more. Many top chefs regard it as the most attractive fish species. Moreover, it has a great reputation in a much wider area than sea bass and sea bream as it is also caught (in small quantities).

  We investigate empirically market interactions in the Turkish wild and farmed sea bass and sea bream markets. For gilthead sea bream and European sea bass, we conduct a Granger causality test between the prices of the wild and farmed products, based on the estimation of a vector autoregressive model.   A new EUR 7 million (USD million) research project aimed at ensuring European seabass and seabream aquaculture businesses are sustainable and competitive has been launched in Volos, Greece. Called “PerformFISH,” the European Commission (EC) five-year project will focus on ensuring the sustainable growth of the Mediterranean aquaculture.


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Markets in the European Union for turbot, seabream and seabass by Helga Josupeit Download PDF EPUB FB2

European Union. Turbot (Psetta maxima) European seabass (Dicentrarchus labrax) Gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata) Production. Spain. In December, on the wholesale market of Mercamadrid, incoming volumes of aquaculture species increased mainly in turbot, small seabass and large seabass.

Those of medium seabass, croaker and seabream declined. Export prices (FOB) for Greek, Turkish and Spanish seabream and seabass averaged at EUR and EUR per kg respectively in the first quarter of Outlook. According to market research firm Kontali, preliminary estimates for juvenile production in point to a 24 percent drop for seabass juveniles and 30 percent decline for seabream.

Production of gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata) and European seabass (Dicentrarchus labrax) is the second most important aquaculture industry in the European Union in value terms. Seabass and Seabream Market Reports.

Difficult times for bass and bream sector as COVID hits hard. At the end ofthe outlook for the Mediterranean bass and bream was improving as supply looked to be finally tightening and prices were expected to pick up. The COVID outbreak and the associated economic impact has hit the.

of sea bass (being the 3erd largest market behind Turkey and Italy and, finally, t. of turbot, being, by far, the largest consumer in Europe. Spanish fish aquaculture is highly concentrated in three species: sea bream, sea bass and turbot, which together account for % of total volume and % in value (Figure 4).

The trend of fresh seabass and seabream imports into the main EU markets seem to have changed slightly in the first five to six months of In fact, the general trend was for the French market to be more vibrant as opposed to the Spanish and, in particular, the Italian market.

We investigate empirically market interactions in the Turkish wild and farmed sea bass and sea bream markets. For gilthead sea bream and European sea bass, we conduct a Granger causality test.

The market for seabass and seabream The main market for seabass is Italy (42,t in46% overall share). Spain and Turkey are next in importance at 13% and 11% of the market respectively.

Turkey however is self-sufficient and is a net exporter of bass, whilst Spain as with Italy depends on imports. The main markets for seabream are Spain.

Our company has rapidly gained a great part of sea products exportation market to the European Union thanks to the outstanding quality of its products.

processors, suppliers and exporters of sea bream, sea bass, trout, meagre, sharp snout, red sea bream, turbot, porgy, live lobster, shrimp, tuna, hake, black cod, king crab, scallops. Our company has rapidly gained a great part of sea products exportation market to the European Union thanks to the outstanding quality of its products.

bonito tuna, skipjack tuna, red scorpion fish, skate, black spotted sea bream, red banded sea bream, sea bass, swordfish, turbot, octopus processors and exporters of European Sea Bass. / - Gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata) and European seabass (Dicentrarchus labrax) production from aquaculture has been increasing since the s.

Nowadays, about 95% of their production comes from aquaculture. In this study we analyze if the rapid growth in the aquaculture production of both species has affected the capture fisheries prices of both species.

percent of production occurs in Galicia. Around seventeen percent consisted of fish such as sea bream, European sea bass, turbot and rainbow trout. Galicia, which is located on Spain’s northwest coast, remained the leading region in Spain for aquaculture and fish farming, notably for the farming of turbot and sea bream.

VALUE CHAIN: SEABREAM - SEABASS IN GREECE. The largest part of the Greek aquaculture is the finfish aquaculture in floating cages at the sea, producing mainly Gilthead sea bream and European sea is the largest producer of the two species in the EU and till recently worldwide.

Sea bass yields evolution Production seabass fr©Ifremer. Bass farming production experienced a very fast and very recent growth in Europe.

Whereas there was no production inmore t tons had been produced as early as Turbot is a commercially important species for both capture fisheries and aquaculture.

Turbot is mainly caught in the southern and eastern parts of the North Sea 2. Global capture landings were 6, tonnes in European aquaculture production in the same year was almost double at 10, tonnes 2.

Through its structural funds the European Union (EU) has invested € billion in the aquaculture sector over the period – In addition, the EU plans to spend a further € billion on the sector over the period – through the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF).

Unfortunately, only data from southern European markets and Turkish exports are available. Our results show that there is no, or low, market integration between wild and farmed products in Mediterranean countries for gilthead seabream, European seabass, or for the other species analysed (turbot, sole, meagre and clams).

This general lack of. I Scope “The EU fish market” aims at providing an economic description of the whole European fisheries and aquaculture industry. It replies to questions such as what is produc. Given the non-stationary nature of most of the price series, the statisticalmethod used to study the relationships among these is the cointegration analysis.

Co-integration analysis requires non-stationary price series data and univariate unit root (nonstationary) test can indicate the stationary properties of the data (Norma Lopez et al. ) The AugmentedDickey-Fuller (ADF) test (Dickey. Surveys were conducted among breeding companies of five major species cultured in Europe: Atlantic salmon, rainbow trout, European seabass, gilthead seabream, and turbot.

The market share was estimated as the combined egg or juvenile production of breeding companies relative to the total egg or juvenile production in Europe for each species in.

Analysis of the European markets on which information was available showed large differences in both the amount of fish consumed each year and the prices paid for it (Table 1). sHigh market potential. France’s high level of consumption and the sale of sea bream and seabass .SYSAAF is the French organisation of poultry and aquaculture breeding companies (42) developing breeding programs in 22 different avian and aquatic species.

15 geneticist are providing technical support and technology transfer the commercial selection of 14 aquaculture species (rainbow trout, brown trout, arctic charr, seabass, seabream, turbot.

Related tags: European union. The European market for seabass and seabream is growing at a steady pace, but is its full potential is being stifled because producers can't offer value added seabass and seabream products at a competitive price, says a new report.