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Scallop

Scallop

HS Code: 030729 - Molluscs; scallops, whether in shell or not, including queen scallops of the genera Pecten, Chlamys or Placopecten, frozen, dried, salted, in brine, or smoked, cooked or not before or during the smoking process
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HS Code: 030729 - Molluscs; scallops, whether in shell or not, including queen scallops of the genera Pecten, Chlamys or Placopecten, frozen, dried, salted, in brine, or smoked, cooked or not before or during the smoking process
Share in Export
2021
0.05%Rank 35
Share in Import
2021
0.63%Rank 20
Export Volume
2021
14.34KMTs
1Y -78.72%
Import Volume
2021
195.61KMTs
1Y -9.50%

Overview of Scallop Market in New Zealand

Browse the total import/export value of Scallop in New Zealand with a summary of price and production data.
Wholesale Price Change
-
Total Export Value
in 2021
+118.13K
USD
Ranked 0th, 0% share in global export
1Y
-79.50%
3Y
-70.53%
5Y
-77.37%
Total Import Value
in 2021
+2.12M
USD
Ranked 0th, 0% share in global import
1Y
+15.87%
3Y
+88.32%
5Y
-63.98%
Total Production Volume
in 2020
-

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Export of Scallop From New Zealand

Discover export data of Scallop from New Zealand. Get export value, volume, price data, trends and more. The information below is based on the HS code 030729 (Molluscs; scallops, whether in shell or not, including queen scallops of the genera Pecten, Chlamys or Placopecten, frozen, dried, salted, in brine, or smoked, cooked or not before or during the smoking process).

Overview of Exports

The export value of New Zealand was USD 118.13K, and the export volume was 14.34K metric ton in 2021.

Import of Scallop To New Zealand

Discover import data of Scallop to New Zealand. Get import value, volume, price data, trends and more. The information below is based on the HS code 030729 (Molluscs; scallops, whether in shell or not, including queen scallops of the genera Pecten, Chlamys or Placopecten, frozen, dried, salted, in brine, or smoked, cooked or not before or during the smoking process).

Overview of Imports

The import value of New Zealand was USD 2.12M, and the import volume was 195.61K metric ton in 2021.

Seasonality of Scallop in New Zealand

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Varieties and Regions Currently in Season

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