The Brazilian fish export invoices increased by 49% from January to September 2022

Published Nov 2, 2022

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The United States imported 83% of exported products

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The Fish Farming Foreign Trade Newsletter points out that the export of Brazilian fish farming products increased by 49% in revenue from January to September 2022 compared to the same period in 2021. In the 3rd quarter, revenue dropped by 17%. The drop, according to the newsletter, can be explained by the lower supply of tilapia fillets in the domestic market, reducing the availability for foreign sale. Frozen fillets remain the most exported category, despite a 9% drop from the previous year. With an import volume of US$ 3.8 million, the United States remained the main destination for Brazilian fish exports in the 3rd quarter of the year, with a share of 83% of the total exported. Taiwan and Japan occupied, respectively, the second and third destinations. Paraná maintained its position as the largest exporting state of tilapia, responsible for 61% of the total exported. A ...
Source: Agricultura
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