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News Article | July 12, 2017
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The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, China, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa and Latin America. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2015 through 2022. Also, a six-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based on public domain information including company URLs. The report profiles 240 companies including many key and niche players such as - Amalgam Enterprises American Abalone Farms Austevoll Seafood ASA Bakkafrost Blue Ridge Aquaculture, Inc. I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS Study Reliability and Reporting LimitationS Disclaimers Data Interpretation & Reporting Level Quantitative Techniques & Analytics Product Definitions and Scope of Study II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW Aquaculture: The Blue Revolution for Meeting Growing Seafood Needs of the Masses Table 1: Sustainability and Resource Efficiency Comparison of Farmed Seafood Vis-à-vis Other Protein Sources Aquaculture: Fast Facts Key Market Challenges in a Nutshell Aquaculture as a Potential Solution for Overcoming Insufficient Supply of Seafood: Foundation for Market Growth Table 2: Growth in Global Aquaculture Production by Species (2025 Vs 2015): Percentage Growth for Carp; Catfish, eels and milkfish; Molluscs; Salmon and trout; Shrimp; and Tilapia (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Depletion of Natural Fish Stock: A Major Cause of Concern Table 3: Global Marine Fishery Sector by State of Fish Stocks (2016E): Percentage Breakdown for Fully Fished Waters, Overfished Waters and Underfished Waters (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Aquatic EcoSystems Set to Bridge the Gap between Demand and Supply Supported by Aquaculture, Global Per Capita Fish Consumption Surges Table 4: Global Per Capita Apparent Fish Consumption (in kg/person/year): 1975, 1995, 2015 & 2025 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 5: Per Capita Fish Consumption (in kg/person/year) by Region: 2015 & 2025 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Global Aquaculture Production on an Upward Trajectory Table 6: Global Aquaculture Fish Supply (in Million Tonnes): 1990, 2000, 2010, 2020, and 2030 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 7: Global Aquaculture Production (2016 through 2025): Breakdown (in Kilo Tons) for Developed and Developing Countries (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 8: Global Aquaculture Production by Geographic Region (2016E): Percentage Breakdown of Production Volume for Asia, Africa, Europe, North America, and Latin America & Caribbean (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Leading Aquaculture Producing Countries Worldwide in Terms of Output Volume (2016): Country Name, Global Rank, and Major Species Produced Table 9: Global Aquaculture (Inland and Marine & Coastal) Market by Fish Category (2015): Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments for Crustaceans, Finfish, Molluscs, and Other Aquatic Creatures (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Carp Dominates Freshwater Aquaculture Production, followed by Molluscs Table 10: Projected Global Fish Supply by Species (2008, 2020 & 2030): Breakdown of Production (Thousand Tonnes) for Carp, CobSwt, Crustaceans, EelStg, Mdemersal, Mollusks, Mullet, Ocarp, Ofresh, OMarine, Opelagic, Pangasius/catfish, Salmon, Shrimp, Tilapia and Tuna (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 11: Global Wild and Farmed Seafood by Species (2014): Breakdown of Production (in Million Tonnes of Live Weight) for Carps, barbels and cyprinids; Cods, Hakes and haddocks; Crustaceans; Flatfish; Molluscs; Pelagic for consumption; Salmonids; and Tuna and big pelagic (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Aquaculture to Surpass Wild Fisheries Production Table 12: Global Fish Production by Harvest Type (1975, 1985, 1995, 2005, 2015 & 2025): Percentage Breakdown of Volume Production for Aquaculture and Capture Production (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 13: Global Fish Production by Source (2015): Percentage Breakdown of Volume Production for Aquaculture (Inland Waters and Marine Waters) and Capture Production (Inland Waters and Marine Waters) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 14: Global Fish Production by Region (2015): Percentage Breakdown of Volume Production for Developed Countries (Capture Production and Aquaculture) and Developing Countries (Capture Production and Aquaculture) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 15: Global Wild Fish and Aquaculture Supply per Person (in Kgs): 1998 & 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Countries with Long Aquaculture Traditions and Robust Practices United States China Japan India Norway Vietnam Global Market Outlook Developing Countries Continue to Turbocharge Current and Future Growth Aquaculture Marketplace: Highly Fragmented Salmon Farming Continue to Witness Consolidation Across All Regions Private Sector Investments Vie to Bridge Gap in the Market 2. MARKET TRENDS, ISSUES & DRIVERS Growing Preference for Nutritious, Low-Fat, and Protein-Rich Seafood Drives Healthy Market Growth Myriad Benefits of Fish to Human Life Brief Nutritional Data for Select Fish Species: A Snapshot Skin Care from Seafood Aquatic Animals: A Potential Source of Medicinal Properties Seafood: A Primary Source of Omega-3 Fatty Acids Seafood: A Primary Source of Omega-3 Fatty Acids Key Nutritional Facts: Omega-3 Content in Major Seafood Products: List of Seafood with More than 1500 Milligrams of Omega-3, 1000-1500, 500- 1000, 200-500, and Less than 200 Milligrams Table 16: Energy, Water, Protein and Fat Content for Select Seafood, Meat and Eggs, Grains, Fruits & Vegetables, and Beverages (per 100 grams) Table 17: Vitamin Content (Vit A, Vit D, Vit E, Vit B1, Vit B2, Niacin NE, Vit B6, Folic Acid, Vit B12, and Vit C) for Select Seafood, Meat and Eggs, Grains, Fruits & Vegetables, and Beverages (per 100 grams) Table 18: Mineral Content (Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Zinc, Selenium, and Iodine) for Select Seafood, Meat and Eggs, Grains, Fruits & Vegetables, and Beverages (per 100 grams) Table 19: Fat Content (Saturated, Mono-unsaturated, Polyunsaturated, EPA, and DHA) in Select Lean Fish, Moderately Fatty Fish, Fatty Fish and Shellfish Species (per 100 grams) Fish: An Important Source of Animal Protein Table 20: Global Per Capita Fish and Other Animal Protein Consumption by Geographic Region (2016E): Breakdown of Per Capita Consumption (Grams/ Day) for Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, North America, and Oceania (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 21: Global Fish Consumption by Usage Mode (2015): Percentage Breakdown of Volume Consumption for Feed, Food and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 22: Global Per Capita Protein Consumption by Food Source (2015): Percentage Breakdown of Per Capita Protein Consumption for Animal Meat, Fish Products and Vegetables (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Fish Proteins: Potential Opportunities in Functional Foods Market Demand Surges for Marine Functional Food Ingredients Health Benefits of Few Marine-derived Functional Food Ingredients Meat Lovers Shift to Seafood Table 23: Global Per Capita Consumption of Animal Protein by Protein Type (2012 & 2020): Annual Per Capita Consumption (in Kilogram) for Seafood, Poultry, Pork, and Red Meat (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Growing Significance of Fish Gelatin Increased Consumption of Fish Drive Tremendous Increase in Seafood Trade Growing Prominence of Farmed Salmon Benefits Market Expansion Bridging Supply-Demand Gap Salmon Production Major Salmon Species Atlantic Salmon Chinook/King Chum Coho Large Trout Pink Small Trout Sockeye Primary Markets for Salmon Worldwide Lower Price of Farmed Salmon Tide over High Dioxin Concerns Farmed Salmon Production, Supply, and Consumption: Key Statistical Data Table 24: Global Supply of Salmonids by Category (2005-2015): Breakdown (in Thousand Tonnes GWE) for Farmed Salmonids and Wild Salmonids (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 25: Global Atlantic Salmon Market by Region/Country (1996-2016E): Breakdown of Harvest (in Thousand Tonnes GWE) for Chile, UK, North America, Norway and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 26: Global Consumption of Farmed Atlantic Salmon by Region/Country (2016E): Percentage Market Share Breakdown of Volume Consumption for the US, Japan, Europe, Brazil, China/Hong Kong and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 27: Global Per Capita Consumption of Salmon by Region/Country (2016E): Breakdown (in Tons WFE) for Belgium, Brazil, China, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Hong Kong, Israel, Italy, Japan, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, US, UK and Ukraine (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 28: Global Salmonids Feed by Category (2015): Percentage Breakdown of Production for Atlantic Salmon, Large Trout and Pacific Salmon (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Significant Improvements in Distribution, Logistics, and Transportation Drive Market Penetration Spiraling Popularity of Organic Aquaculture Lends Traction to Market Growth Global Standards in Organic Aquaculture Cultivation Major Organic Species Organic Shrimp Organic Shellfish Organic Salmon Organic Carp and Trout Organic Seafood Market Factors Contributing towards Growth of Organic Aquaculture Sector Organic Food: Product Life Cycle Distribution Channels Developing World Adopt Aquaculture to Ward off Malnutrition, Offers Significant Growth Opportunities Emerging Countries in Asia and Latin America: Major Contributors to Global Fish Supply Table 29: Leading Aquaculture Producing Countries Worldwide (2016E): Percentage Breakdown of Volume Production for Bangladesh, Chile, China, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Norway, Philippines, Republic of Korea, Vietnam, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Combination of Prioritization and National Level Strategies to Drive Aquaculture Growth in Africa Expanding Production Area and Integration with Agriculture Signals Growth Opportunities Demand for Aquafeed Surges Vegetable-Based Feeds Gain Importance Small Scale Aquacultures: 'Talk of the Town' Expanding Population and Aging Demography Offers a Strong Business Case for Aquaculture Ballooning Population Global Food Scenario: Fast Facts Table 30: World Population by Geographic Region (2000-2050) (in Millions) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 31: Undernourished Population Worldwide by Geographic Region (2015): Number of Undernourished People (in Millions) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Aging Demography Table 32: Global Aging Population (in Thousands) by Age Group: 1975-2050 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Development of Cost-Efficient and Sustainable Aquaculture: Need of the Hour Concerns Over Farmed and Genetically Modified Fish Key Challenges Facing Aquaculture Issues Influencing Future Trade in Aquaculture and Related Products Externalities Food Security Quality Tariffs 3. AQUACULTURE: TECHNOLOGY INNOVATIONS & ADVANCEMENTS Innovations Targeting Sustainable Aquaculture Onshore Ponds Salmon Pens Seaweed Flats Spotter Planes Shellfish Cultivation Technology Advancements in Offshore Fish Farming Aquapod SeaStation Smart Floating Farms AquaSol KZO Sea Farms Mariculture Parks Ocean Farming Nordlaks Havfarm Ships Recirculating Aquaculture Systems (RAS) Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture Seaweed: A High Potential Source for Bioenergy Production AgriMarine System™ SICRA™ Biomass Daily aquaSmart FeedKind® Protein Phototrophic Algae in Fish Feeds Other Innovative Aquaculture Technologies and Strategies Aqua-Spark's Large-sized Aquaponics Systems for Purifying Water and Increased Fish Production Advanced Feeding Technologies for Enhanced Production of Seafood Biotechnology: Towards Safer and Eco-Friendly Aquaculture Marine Organism-Based Chemicals Offer Potential for Biofuel Generation Gene Transfer / Transgenic Fish Selective Breeding in Aquaculture Significance of Genetic Improvement Programs Need for R&D Areas to be Researched Upon Extensive and Intensive System of Cultivation Relationship between Intensification and Environmental Impacts Pros and Cons of Capital-Intensive Production Systems Methods to Overcome Drawbacks of Intensive Cultivation 4. AQUACULTURE, CLIMATE CHANGE & ENVIRONMENT POLLUTION Climate Change to Seriously Impact Fish Rearing in the Near Future Dangers from Climate Change to Aquaculture across Countries and Regions Systems and Species that are Most Vulnerable Possible Solutions to Climate Change-Induced Problems Aquaculture and Related Environment Concerns Toxic Additives and Contaminants in Farmed Fish Promotion of Marine Conservation by NGOs Fish for Fish Feed Organic and Chemical Pollution Mangroves and Shrimp Aquaculture Intensive Shrimp Farming: A Threat to Environment Best Production and Management Practices in Aquaculture International Standards for Aquaculture Drugs Aquaculture Trade Regulations International Agreements White Spot Disease - A Major Threat for Shrimp Industry Predator Control in Aquaculture Employment Opportunities in Aquaculture to Grow Negative Effects and Risks of Aquaculture El Nino and La Nina - Effects on Aquatic Life 5. REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT Regulations in Drug Usage Threat of Antibiotic Resistance Pesticide Use in Aquaculture Alternatives Government Intervention: A Prerequisite 6. PRODUCT OVERVIEW Aquaculture Types of Aquaculture Food Fish Species Bait Species Ornamental Species Fee Fishing Aquarium Aquaculture Lake Stock Aquaculture Why Aquaculture? Modern Aquaculture Systems Production Phases in Aquaculture Production Methods Ponds Cage Culture Raceways Water Re-Circulating Systems Major Aquaculture Species Cultivated Freshwater Fishes Aquatic Plants and Algae Microalgae Freshwater Aquaculture: Semi-Intensive Vs Intensive Systems Nets Used for Aquaculture Seine Nets Trawl Nets Beam Trawls Otter Trawls Pair Trawls Otter Trawls Pair Trawls Lift Nets Gillnets and Entangling Nets Trapping Nets 7. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY OSC Funds Battelle and Kentucky State University to Develop Aquaculture Feedstock Technology TerraVia Collaborates with Bunge to Develop Algae Supplement BioMar-Tongwei Acquires Haiwei BioMar to Acquire Aquaculture Research Facility in Chile Pentair Acquires Vaki Vard to Acquire Storvik Aqua Neovia to Take Over Nutrizon Cooke Aquaculture Scotland Takes Over Balta Island Seafare Solomon Islands skipjack and Yellowfin Receives MSC Certification AquaBounty Takes Over Atlantic Sea Smolt Plant Bakkafrost to Acquire Majority Stake in P/F Faroe Farming from Sp/f Hjallur Cooke Family Takes Over Icicle Seafoods AquaBounty Receives Approval for AquAdvantage Salmon by Health Canada AKVA Marine Services to Take Over Techno Dive BioMar Introduces Microalgae Based Fish Feed Bunge and TerraVia Introduce DHA as Feed Ingredient Nutriad Introduces Aquaculture Feed Additives Cargill to Take Over EWOS from Bain and Altor Capital The Cooke Family to Acquire Wanchese Fish Company Cooke Aquaculture Takes Over Thompson Bros. Salmon Limited Daybrook Merges with Oceana US Holdings Marine Harvest Canada Receives ASC Certification Marine Harvest Inks Merger Agreement with Empresas AquaChile Marine Harvest Receives Approval to Use Paramove 50 at Quatsino Area Farms 8. FOCUS ON SELECT GLOBAL PLAYERS Amalgam Enterprises (India) American Abalone Farms (USA) Austevoll Seafood ASA (Norway) Bakkafrost (Denmark) Blue Ridge Aquaculture, Inc. (USA) Camanchaca (Chile) Cargill, Incorporated (USA) Cermaq ASA (Norway) Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Company Limited (Thailand) Cooke Aquaculture (Canada) Dainichi Corporation (Japan) Dongwon Industries Co. (South Korea) Empresas AquaChile S.A. (Chile) Farmocean International A.B. (Sweden) Grieg Seafood ASA (Norway) Kyokuyo Co., Ltd. (Japan) Marine Harvest ASA (Norway) Marine Harvest Canada (Canada) Maruha Nichiro Corporation (Japan) Multiexport Foods (Chile) Nireus S.A. (Greece) Nippon Suisan Kaisha Ltd. (Japan) Norway Royal Salmon ASA (Norway) Nutreco N.V. (The Netherlands) Royal Greenland A/S (Greenland) SalMar ASA (Norway) Sea Watch International Ltd. (USA) Selonda Aquaculture S.A. (Greece) Stolt Sea Farm S.A. (Norway) Surapon Foods Public Company Limited (Thailand) Tassal group Ltd. (Australia) Taylor Shellfish, Inc. (USA) Thai Union Group PLC. (Thailand) Trident Seafoods (USA) TriMarine International (USA) Tongwei Group Co., Ltd. (China) Unima Group (France) Zhanjiang Guolian Aquatic Products Co., Ltd. (China) Aquaculture Technology/Equipment Providers AKVA Group (Norway) AquaBounty Technologies, Inc. (USA) Aquacare Environment, Inc. (USA) 9. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE Table 33: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Aquaculture by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, China, Asia-Pacific (excluding China and Japan), Middle East & Africa and Latin America Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 34: World Historic Review for Aquaculture by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, China, Asia-Pacific (excluding China and Japan), Middle East & Africa and Latin America Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 35: World 14-Year Perspective for Aquaculture by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, China, Asia-Pacific (excluding China and Japan), Middle East & Africa and Latin America Markets for Years 2009, 2016 & 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Aquaculture Market by Segment Table 36: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Aquaculture by Segment - Equipment, Feed & Feed Supplements, Water Treatment, and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 37: World Historic Review for Aquaculture by Segment - Equipment, Feed & Feed Supplements, Water Treatment, and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 38: World 14-Year Perspective for Aquaculture by Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Equipment, Feed & Feed Supplements, Water Treatment, and Others Markets for Years 2009, 2016 & 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III. MARKET 1. THE UNITED STATES A.Market Analysis Rising Demand for Health Foods from Aquaculture Drive Market Growth Farmed Catfish Dominates Aquaculture Production and Revenues in the US Table 39: US Aquaculture Market by Species (2016E): Percentage Share Breakdown of Production Volume for Catfish, Clams, Crawfish, Mussels, Oysters, Salmon, Shrimp, Striped Bass, Tilapia, and Trout (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Atlantic Salmon: Primary Species in Terms of Value in Marine Finfish Aquaculture Market Fortunes Tied to Demand from Seafood Processing and Preparation Industry Feed Prices: Largest Cost Component for Aquaculture Operators Southeastern States Dominate Aquaculture Production Table 40: Marine Aquaculture Production in the US by Region (2016E): Percentage Breakdown of Volume Production for Atlantic, Gulf, and Pacific (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Aquaculture: Fastest Growing Segment of Agriculture US Aquaculture Producing Regions by Species Produced Evolution of Aquaculture over Wild Harvest Aquaculture Imports Compensate for Low Domestic Production An Insight into the US Antibiotics Market in Aquaculture Industry Major Challenges Facing US Aquaculture Market Regulatory Issues The HACCP System for Food Safety Competitive Landscape: Highly Fragmented Regulatory Environment: An Important Entry Barrier Table 41: Leading Farmed Atlantic Salmon Companies in North America (2016E): Percentage Market Share Breakdown of Harvest Volume by Company (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Strategic Corporate Developments Select Key Players B.Market Analytics Table 42: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Aquaculture Market Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 43: US Historic Review for Aquaculture Market Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 2. CANADA A.Market Analysis The World's Largest Freshwater System and the Longest Coastline Offers Lucrative Opportunities for Aquaculture British Columbia: A Major Fish Farming Region in Canada Strategic Corporate Developments Select Key Players B.Market Analytics Table 44: Canadian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Aquaculture Market Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 45: Canadian Historic Review for Aquaculture Market Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 3. JAPAN A.Market Analysis Despite Challenges, the Japanese Aquaculture Market Continues to Post Growth Table 46: Japan Fisheries Market by Type (2016E): Percentage Breakdown of Volume Production for Marine and Inland Water Fisheries and Marine and Inland Water Aquaculture (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Shrimp Aquaculture Caters to Growing Demands of Japanese Sushi/Sashimi Market Select Key Players B.Market Analytics Table 47: Japanese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Aquaculture Market Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 48: Japanese Historic Review for Aquaculture Market Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 4. EUROPE A.Market Analysis Potential to Reduce Dependence on Traditional Fishing Sustain Market Growth Norway, Faroe Islands, and Denmark: Leading Aquaculture Producing Countries in the Region Freshwater Species Lead Fish Farming in South European Countries The ClimeFish Project: Towards Expansion in Aquaculture Production The FISHBOOST Project for Improving Aquaculture Breeding Methods The FishMedPlus Coalition: Enhancing Veterinary Medical Care for Aquaculture Ascertaining Health of Fish in Farms Rearing of Ballan Wrasse to Address the Issue of Sea Lice in Norway Waters Key Challenges to Development of Organic Aquaculture in Europe FindIT: A Sophisticated Data Analysis and Management Tool for Aquaculture Select Regional Markets Germany: The Largest Importer of Fish in EU Witness Growing Salmon Consumption Table 49: German Salmon Market (2007-2015): Breakdown of Fresh Salmon Consumption in Moving Annual Total (MAT) Tonnes (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 50: Projected Growth in the German Salmon Market (2015-2021): Annual Consumption (in HOG MT) of Prepackaged Salmon (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Norway: The Global Leader in Commercialized Aquaculture Table 51: Global Atlantic Salmon Harvest by Region (2016E): Percentage Share Breakdown of Harvest for Marine Harvest and Other Producers in Chile, UK, Norway, North America and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 52: Leading Farmed Atlantic Salmon Companies in Norway (2016E): Percentage Market Share Breakdown of Harvest Volume by Company (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Leading Exporter of Salmon and Trout Worldwide Russia: Carp and Salmon Dominate Aquaculture Production Spain: Blue Mussels, Rainbow Trout, and Gilthead Seabream Dominate Aquaculture Cultivation The United Kingdom: Leading Aquaculture Producer in Europe Atlantic Salmon Dominates Aquaculture Revenues in the UK Table 53: Leading Farmed Atlantic Salmon Companies in the UK (2016E): Percentage Market Share Breakdown of Harvest Volume by Company (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Strategic Corporate Developments Select Key Players B.Market Analytics Table 54: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Aquaculture Market Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 55: European Historic Review for Aquaculture Market Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 5. CHINA A.Market Analysis China: Largest Producer, Exporter, and Consumer of Aquaculture Worldwide Leading Aquaculture Producing Countries Worldwide in Terms of Output Volume (2016): Country Name, Global Rank, and Major Species Produced Table 56: Aquaculture Production in China (2016E): Percentage Share Breakdown of Production Volume by Segment - Finfish and Shellfish (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Freshwater Aquaculture Dominates Production, Followed by Mariculture Favorable Government Support Provides Growth Impetus Emergence of Enhanced Strains Launch of New Species Developments in Aquaculture Engineering Diversified Diets, Rising Affluence, and Favorable Policies Boosts Market Prospects China's Aquaculture Industry Witness Modernization Trend through Cloud Computing Despite Rapid Expansion, Safety and Quality Concerns Continue to Haunt Chinese Produce Strategic Corporate Development Select Key Players B.Market Analytics Table 57: Chinese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Aquaculture by Segment - Equipment, Feed & Feed Supplements, Water Treatment, and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 58: Chinese Historic Review for Aquaculture by Segment - Equipment, Feed & Feed Supplements, Water Treatment, and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 59: Chinese 14-Year Perspective for Aquaculture by Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Equipment, Feed & Feed Supplements, Water Treatment, and Others Markets for Years 2009, 2016 & 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 6. ASIA-PACIFIC A.Market Analysis Asian Countries Emerge as Sizable Producers and Exporters of Aquaculture Six Major Asian Countries Intensify Aquaculture Production Select Regional Markets Australia The Third Largest Marine Territory Worldwide is a Potential Laden Market Table 60: Leading Salmon Producers in Australia (2016E): Percentage Share Breakdown of Production Volume for Huon, Petuna/VDA, and Tassal (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Reputed Supplier of High-Quality, Safe Seafood Worldwide Farmed Salmonids Dominate Aquaculture Production in the Country RD&E Strategy to Support Fisheries & Aquaculture Key Considerations for Boosting Fishing and Aquaculture Administration and Regulations Measures to Support Aquaculture Bangladesh Freshwater Aquaculture Brackishwater Aquaculture India Freshwater Aquaculture Brackish Water Aquaculture Indonesia New Zealand Premium Aquaculture and Precision Seafood Harvest to Improve Quality of Seafood Growing Demand for Quality, Premium Products Table 61: Leading King Salmon Producers in New Zealand (2016E): Percentage Share Breakdown of Production Volume for Benmore, Mt Cook Alpine, New Zealand King Salmon (NZKS), Sanford Aquaculture, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Vietnam Table 62: Aquaculture Market in Vietnam (2016E): Percentage Breakdown of Production Volume for Shrimp, Pangasius, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Strategic Corporate Development Select Key Players B.Market Analytics Table 63: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Aquaculture Market Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 64: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Aquaculture Market Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 7. MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA A.Market Analysis Aquaculture as a Realistic Solution to Achieving Food Security Drives Strong Market Growth Strong Government Support for Developing Aquaculture Frameworks Drive the Saudi Arabian Aquaculture Market Saudi Arabia: Leading Aquaculture Producing Country in the GCC Huge Investments in Fish Farming UAE: A Nascent, Yet High Growth Market in the GCC Region Development of Sustainable Mariculture in Iran Unexploited Nature of Africa's Aquaculture Industry Offers Growth Potential Egypt and Nigeria Lead Aquaculture Production in Africa Abalone Species Dominates Aquaculture Production in South Africa B.Market Analytics Table 65: Middle East & Africa Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Aquaculture Market Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 66: Middle East & Africa Historic Review for Aquaculture Market Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 8. LATIN AMERICA A.Market Analysis Brazil and Chile: High Growth Aquaculture Markets in the Region Table 67: Leading Farmed Atlantic Salmon Companies in Chile (2016E): Percentage Market Share Breakdown of Harvest Volume by Company (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Availability of Large Fresh Water Resources and a Vast Coastline Favor Market Prospects in Brazil Strategic Corporate Developments Select Key Players B.Market Analytics Table 68: Latin American Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Aquaculture Market Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 69: Latin American Historic Review for Aquaculture Market Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) IV. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Total Companies Profiled: 240 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 248) The United States (32) Canada (5) Japan (5) Europe (146) - France (9) - Germany (5) - The United Kingdom (9) - Italy (4) - Spain (8) - Rest of Europe (111) Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (43) Middle East (5) Latin America (11) Africa (1) Download the full report: https://www.reportbuyer.com/product/4778736/ About Reportbuyer Reportbuyer is a leading industry intelligence solution that provides all market research reports from top publishers http://www.reportbuyer.com For more information: Sarah Smith Research Advisor at Reportbuyer.com Email: query@reportbuyer.com Tel: +44 208 816 85 48 Website: www.reportbuyer.com


Tinwongger S.,Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology | Proespraiwong P.,Charoen Pokphand Foods Public CO. | Thawonsuwan J.,Coastal Aquatic Animal Health Research Institute | Sriwanayos P.,Coastal Aquatic Animal Health Research Institute | And 7 more authors.
Fish Pathology | Year: 2014

Acute hepatopancreatic necrosis disease (AHPND) is caused by a unique strain of Vibrio parahaemolyticus that has a plasmid harboring virulent genes. A rapid and accurate diagnosis method is necessary for surveillance of this infectious disease in aquaculture. In this study, three primer sets (TUMSAT-Vp1, Vp2 and Vp3) were designed based on the plasmid DNA sequence. We examined 98 strains of bacteria isolated from shrimp farms in different areas in Thailand. These included 48 strains of V. parahaemolyticus (AHPND strain), 38 strains of non-AHPND V. parahaemolyticus and 12 strains of non-V. parahaemolyticus. All the AHPND strains were detected by TUMSAT-Vp1, Vp2 and Vp3. However, one non-AHPND strain tested positive for TUMSAT-Vp1 and Vp2. The accuracy of AHPND detection was validated with two other primer publicly available sets (AP1 nad AP2). AP1 and AP2 primers gave a few false positives in non-AHPND strains. Only TUMSAT-Vp3 primer detected the AHPND strains examined in this study with 100% accuracy. © 2014 The Japanese Society of Fish Pathology.


Keawcharoen J.,Chulalongkorn University | Thongmee T.,Chulalongkorn University | Panyathong R.,Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Company Ltd | Joiphaeng P.,B.F. Feed Co. | And 4 more authors.
Virus Genes | Year: 2013

Phylogenetic analysis of partial ORF1 and ORF2 genes of Hepatitis E virus (HEV) strains from pigs in Thailand during 2011-2012 was performed. The result indicated that the current Thai strains belonged to the genotype 3 subgroup 3f, which were similar to the previous HEVs circulating in humans in Thailand. © 2012 Springer Science+Business Media New York.


Kuendee N.,Khon Kaen University | Klaynongsruang S.,Khon Kaen University | Bunyatratchata W.,Khon Kaen University | Tengjaroenkul B.,Khon Kaen University | And 4 more authors.
Israeli Journal of Aquaculture - Bamidgeh | Year: 2015

Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus, Cichlidae) are cultured worldwide, however, the study of humoral immunity in these fish has been neglected, leading to mismanagement of prevention of common diseases by vaccination. In this study we purified and characterized the Nile tilapia immunoglobulin type M (IgM). In addition, we have described the production of a mouse polyclonal antibody for the investigation of the onset of antibody responses. After one-step purification using protein G sepharose beads, SDS-PAGE, and mass fingerprint analysis we found that the heavy chain of Nile tilapia IgM was 70 kDa, whereas the light chain was 27 kDa. Western immunoblotting techniques using mouse anti-Nile tilapia IgM antibody, produced by intraperitoneal injection with purified Nile tilapia IgM for 3, periods with booster inoculations every 10 days, could effectively detect the onset of antibody responses in Nile tilapia sera at 42 days post-hatch. © 2015, Israeli Journal of Aquaculture - Bamidgeh, All Rights Reserved.


Sritunyalucksana K.,Mahidol University | Sritunyalucksana K.,National Science and Technology Development Agency | Srisala J.,Mahidol University | Srisala J.,National Science and Technology Development Agency | And 2 more authors.
Aquaculture | Year: 2010

The aim of this study was to examine whether shrimp yellow head virus (YHV) from processed shrimp tissue infected at the pre-patent disease level could be transmitted to naïve shrimp in a laboratory setting. In a preliminary test, 120 YHV-free shrimp were injected intramuscularly with a virulent YHV stock to yield 5 × 105 (pre-patent disease level) and 2500 (carrier level) viral copies/g shrimp tissue (60 shrimp each dose). These are possible infection levels for grossly normal shrimp from normal harvest ponds (i.e., not shrimp from disease outbreak ponds). These yielded 1-step and 2-step positive (nested) RT-PCR reactions, respectively, in pleopods at 6 h post-injection of the viral stock. After being subjected to standard industrial processing conditions, only fresh frozen whole or peeled shrimp injected with pre-patent dose gave positive RT-PCR test results for YHV. None of the naïve shrimp exposed to the chopped processed products for 24 h and then reared on a standard diet for 14 days showed any significant mortality or gave any positive test results for YHV using nested RT-PCR assays. Based on these preliminary test results, a large-scale test was carried out using only the high, pre-patent injection dose with 1000 fresh frozen whole shrimp. The negative control consisted of 1000 buffer-injected shrimp. A random sample of 60 shrimp from the YHV-injected group after processing, revealed 57 positive for YHV by 1-step RT-PCR assay. Of the 3 remaining, 2 were positive and 1 negative by nested RT-PCR assay. All 60 shrimp from the buffer-injected, control group were negative for YHV by nested RT-PCR assay. Exposure of these whole shrimp to naïve shrimp resulted in no significant mortality and no positive RT-PCR test results for YHV by nested RT-PCR assay in the exposed naïve shrimp. Our results showed that grossly normal whole shrimp processed by chilling and freezing would present negligible YHV disease transmission risks, even if they were 1-step RT-PCR positive for YHV. Thus, shrimp subjected to any additional processing steps such as peeling or cooking should present even lower transmission risks. © 2010 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.


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Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Company Ltd | Date: 2012-09-04

Meat; Processed meat; Food package combinations consisting primarily of meat; Fish meat; Processed fish; Food package combinations consisting primarily of fish; Shrimp meat; Processed shrimp; Food package combinations consisting primarily of shrimp; Egg; Processed eggs; Food package combinations consisting primarily of eggs; Tofu; Poultry (not live); Fish (not live); Shrimp (not live); Gravy; Soup extracts; Milk; Milk products excluding ice cream, ice milk and frozen yogurt; Cooked vegetables; Cooked fruits; Food package combinations consisting primarily of vegetables; Food package combinations consisting primarily of fruits.


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Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Company Ltd | Date: 2016-03-02

Table napkins of paper, Place mat of paper, Food boxes of paper, Bags of paper or plastic for packaging, Printed advertisement boards of paper or cardboard. Provision of food and drink; Self-service restaurants; Restaurants.


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Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Company Ltd | Date: 2016-04-12

Beef, chicken, pork, shrimp, fish, all not live; frozen processed food made from shrimp, namely, shrimp sausages, stuffed shrimp, shrimp based foodstuffs, shrimp meal for human consumption, shrimp croquettes; frozen processed food made from fish, namely, fish sausages, frozen fish, fish based foodstuffs, fish fillets, fish meal for human consumption, fish croquettes; cooked food made from shrimp, namely, cooked shrimp, shrimp nugget, shrimp paste; cooked food made from fish, namely, cooked fish, fish nugget; food mainly made from egg, namely, egg white, egg yolks, egg substitute; eggs; preserved vegetables and fruits; cooked mushroom; processed mushroom; preserved mushroom; cooked vegetables and fruits; dried vegetables and fruits; pickles. Sugar; food mainly made from rice, namely, cooked rice, rice cake, ready meals, rice-based foods; food made from flour, namely, flour, wheat flour, flour-based foods; food made from cereal, namely, cereal preparations, cereal-based snack foods (ready to eat), cereal-based foods; sauces; condiments, namely, soy sauce, seasonings, spices, food flavorings other than essential oil; chili sauce; desserts, namely, Thai desserts, Thai sweet sticky rice with durian, Thai sweet sticky rice with mango, sticky rice and egg custard, Thai tapioca flour noodle in sweet coconut milk, sweet green bean compote, tapioca balls with black beans; confectionery, namely, sugar confectionary, peanut confectionery, sherbets, tarts; ice cream; pastry; pastry made from cereal; coffee based beverages; cocoa based beverages; chocolate based beverages; tea based beverages; cooked food made from shrimp, namely, shrimp dumplings; cooked food made from fish, namely, fish dumplings.

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