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The export dilemma is not only pineapples, but also Taiwanese fishery products

Taiwan
Published Apr 16, 2021

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Taiwan’s farmed fisheries are internationally competitive. Taiwan’s four most important farmed fish: sea bream, perch, milkfish, and grouper. In the past, they were mainly exported to China, Japan, Thailand, the United States... and other countries. In 2014, The export value is about 1.9 billion U.S. dollars. The excellent quality of Taiwan’s fishery and aquatic products has also enhanced the competitiveness of the international market. In addition to exporting, they are also often used as restaurant table dishes for banquets. In the eyes of ordinary consumers Noble dishes that are difficult to obtain. However, with the advancement of Taiwan's breeding technology and the improvement of packaging through processing plants, it is no longer difficult to eat these fish now.

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Taiwan's aquaculture fishery has international competitiveness The four most important farmed fishes in Taiwan: sea bream, perch, milkfish, and grouper. In the past, they were mainly exported to China, Japan, Thailand, the United States... and other countries. In 2014, the export value was approximately US$1.9 billion. The excellent quality of Taiwan’s fishery and aquatic products has also enhanced the competitiveness of the international market. In addition to exporting, they are also often used as table dishes in restaurants. They are noble dishes that are difficult to obtain in the eyes of ordinary consumers. However. With the advancement of Taiwan's breeding technology and the improvement of packaging through processing plants, it is no longer difficult to eat these fish now. Impacts and challenges faced by Taiwan's aquaculture fisheries Everyone knows that in addition to the plight of pineapples for export, even fishery and aquatic products are also affected. Taiwan’s ...
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