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Turkiye: Aquatic products exports reach 1 billion 404 million dollars in 10 months

Seafood
Turkiye
Market & Price Trends
Published Nov 12, 2023

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Turkey's aquaculture exports have seen a continued increase, with aquatic products exports rising by 6 percent in the January-October period of 2023. The Aegean Region accounted for a significant portion of exports, with 68 percent of aquatic products exports coming from members of the Aegean Fisheries and Animal Products Exporters' Association. Sea bass remained the top seafood export, followed by sea bream, salmon, trout, and tuna.
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Türkiye is running from success to success in aquaculture exports. The aquaculture industry, one of the star sectors of exports, added a new link to its success in the January-October period of 2023. Turkey's aquatic products exports increased by 6 percent in the January-October period of 2023, from 1 billion 321 million dollars to 1 billion 404 million dollars. $947 million of Turkey's aquatic products exports were carried out by members of the Aegean Fisheries and Animal Products Exporters' Association. The Aegean Region received a 68 percent share of aquatic products exports. While sea bass maintained its top place in seafood exports with an amount of 435 million dollars, Turkey earned 353 million dollars in foreign currency income from sea bream exports. The export of Turkish salmon, which has become a star in recent years, increased by 9 percent from 289 million dollars to 315 million dollars, while trout exports increased by 9 percent from 88 million dollars to 96 million ...
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