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Certificate facilitates export of fish from Brazil

Frozen Tilapia
Seafood
Brazil
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Market & Price Trends
Published Oct 18, 2023

Tridge summary

Fider Pescados, the only tilapia producer in Brazil with a BAP certificate, plans to export large quantities of tilapia fillets to the United States between October and November. The company's commitment to meeting the standards of the BAP program is highlighted by its certification, which covers the cultivation farm and slaughterhouse. With only 3% of American tilapia consumption coming from Brazil, there is great potential for growth in sales to the US market due to the product's freshness, high quality, and quick delivery time.
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Original content

Fider Pescados, the only tilapia producer in Brazil with a Best Aquaculture Practice (BAP) certificate, renewed its certification and plans to export tons of tilapia fillets to the United States between October and November. The certification covers both the cultivation farm and the slaughterhouse, being granted by the Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA). This highlights the company's commitment to complying with the standards of the BAP program, which is a recognized global aquaculture certification program. “The most relevant factor in applying the BAP standard is to make its principles part of the company's routine, bringing benefits not only to the product, but also to everyone involved in the production process. The products delivered to the customer represent only the last stage of a process that is highly monitored and controlled in all its details”, highlights Fider's business manager, Juliano Kubitza. The North American market is still little occupied by Brazilian fish. ...
Source: Agrolink
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