Indonesian fish stuns at the American Seafood Exhibition

Market & Price Trends
Published Mar 28, 2024

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At the 2024 Seafood Expo North America (SENA) in Boston, the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (KKP) of Indonesia showcased its fishery products, achieving remarkable success. Indonesian fishery products, particularly tuna, garnered attention from international buyers, leading to potential trade transactions worth USD58.47 million, exceeding the initial target of USD50 million. The expo featured an Indonesian pavilion with 14 exporters across 16 booths, with a significant focus on tuna, dedicating 10 booths to it. This success underscores Indonesia's efforts to enhance the global recognition of its marine and fishery products, supported by the declaration of the 2024 Indonesian Tuna Year, which emphasizes the promotion of safe, eco-friendly, and sustainable seafood from Indonesia.
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JAKARTA (AGRINA-ONLINE.COM) - The Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (KKP) succeeded in bringing Indonesian fishery products to shine at the 2024 Seafood Expo North America (SENA), which lasted for three days in Boston. Various Indonesian fishery products including tuna loin, frozen and pocket have successfully attracted buyers from various countries such as the United States, Canada, Belgium, Spain, England, France, China, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Peru, Chile to Taiwan, Hong Kong, India and Australia. During the exhibition, the potential trade value was recorded at USD58.47 million. "SENA visitors are captivated by our tuna, this can be seen from the value of USD 29.50 million or 50.45% of the total potential transactions specifically for tuna products at the exhibition," said the Director General of Strengthening the Competitiveness of Marine and Fishery Products (PDSPKP), Budi Sulistiyo in a written statement in Jakarta, Tuesday (26/3/2024). Apart ...
Source: Agrina
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