Fish prices in Egypt today (6-15-2024)

Published Jun 15, 2024

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The article provides an overview of the fish market in Egypt, detailing the prices of various fish species such as bream, tilapia, sea bass, and mullet, as well as other seafood like eels, squid, and shrimp. It also highlights the sources of fish production in Egypt, which includes fish farming, lakes, and marine and freshwater production. The article also mentions the country's achievement of 85% self-sufficiency in fish production and its plans to increase fish exports. Additionally, the article discusses the role of the Obour market in fish pricing and the efforts to develop lakes to enhance fish wealth.
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According to traders in Giza Governorate, according to Al Mal, a kilo of bream ranges between 150 and 250 pounds, and the Egyptian citizen’s share of fish production is 18 kilograms, while the global percentage reaches 20 kilograms annually, and fish exports during 2019 amounted to about 35 thousand tons. Tilapia fish prices The prices of tilapia fish ranged between 75 and 90 pounds - depending on the region - and the lakes’ production of fish reached 183 thousand tons, and a kilo of sea bass reached 160 pounds, and Swiss pasta ranged around 130 and 170 pounds for the consumer. Mullet fish prices The prices of mullet fish ranged between 125 and 165 pounds, and Egypt’s production from capture fisheries is 400 thousand tons (Lakes, Bahrain, and the Nile). Egypt produces 2 million tons of fish annually, of which 1.6 million tons are from fish farming. Fish prices in the Obour market today The wholesale prices of fish in the Obour market today were as follows: Tilapia prices ranged ...
Source: Almalnews
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