The basis for selling Vietnamese clams to the international market

Frozen Clam
Market & Price Trends
Published Nov 28, 2023

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Vietnam's bivalve mollusk exports, specifically clam exports, reached $98 million in the first nine months of 2023, experiencing a decrease of 11% compared to the previous year. Vietnamese clams are marketed in nearly 60 countries worldwide and have the potential for future growth due to domestic production advantages, a large consumer market, and a focus on sustainable development. To increase the value of clams, areas in Vietnam are investing in technology and establishing sustainable farming practices that meet international standards.
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According to statistics from the Vietnam Association of Aquatic Products Processing and Export (VASEP), in the first nine months of 2023, Vietnam's bivalve mollusk exports reached US$98 million, a year-on-year decrease of 11%. Among them, clam exports reached US$62 million, a decrease of 11% year-on-year. 19%. Vietnamese clams have now occupied nearly 60 markets around the world. With the advantages of domestic production, the vast space of the consumer market, and the direction of sustainable development, the clam industry is expected to rise to new heights in the future. ​ Vietnam is rich in bivalve molluscs, including clams, blood clams, ivory snails, scallops and oysters. At present, the clam farming area in Vietnam is about 15,700 hectares, with an output of about 190,000 tons, and a yield of 11.82 tons per hectare. ​ In order to improve the value and brand of clams, many places have begun to increase investment, adopt science and technology, and establish sustainable ...
Source: Foodmate
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