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Exports of South Korean seaweed and instant noodles are expected to hit new highs

Seafood
Frozen Seaweed
South Korea
Market & Price Trends
Published Dec 11, 2023

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Korean food exports, including seaweed and instant noodles, have seen a significant increase, driven by the Korean Wave culture. Seaweed exports have reached a record high of $700.89 million, and could potentially reach $800 million by the end of the year. Instant noodles exports have also exceeded last year's numbers, with a goal of reaching $1 billion in exports this year, influenced by the global popularity of K-POP groups like BTS and BLACKPINK, as well as the success of films like "Parasite."
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Yonhap News Agency, Seoul, December 10th. Driven by the Korean Wave culture, the export of Korean food such as seaweed and instant noodles is booming. ​ According to data released by South Korea's Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries on the 10th, in the first 10 months of this year, seaweed exports reached US$670 million, a year-on-year increase of 20.4%. As of November 10, exports rose to US$700.89 million, setting a new record. It is expected that Export volume by the end of the year could reach US$800 million. ​ In terms of export destinations, the United States exports the most, followed by Japan, China, Thailand, Russia, etc. The Ministry of Maritime Water said that as a low-calorie health food, seaweed is very popular overseas, and the global market is growing rapidly. ​ According to data provided by the Korea Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Trade Corporation (aT), as of October this year, the export volume of instant noodles reached US$785.25 million, which has exceeded ...
Source: Foodmate
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