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The United States seafood market

The United States is one of the world’s largest seafood markets. In 2015, US consumers spent an estimated $96 billion for fishery products at foodservice and retail outlets.

Given its size, navigating the US seafood market is no easy task. Understanding the supply chain, consumer sales channels and market trends is vital to succeeding as a supplier or buyer of seafood.

In this exclusive 75 page report – The United States Seafood Market IntraFish takes you deep into the numbers, providing a comprehensive understanding of the US seafood market.

In this report you will learn about:

1. The Protein Century
                How consumer desire for protein is a favorable long-term market trend.

2. The US seafood supply chain
                Top fishing states
                Top fishing ports
                Top species landed
                Top exporting countries
                The 3 species that drive the market
                America’s favorite seafoods 1990 vs. 2015
                US aquaculture production
                Size of US processing sector

3. The retail seafood market
                In-depth fresh seafood market reports using Nielsen Perishables 2016 data:
                               Cod, Shrimp, Salmon, Tilapia, Lobster, Catfish, Oysters

4. The foodservice seafood market
                Which restaurant sector sells the most seafood?
                Portrait of a typical seafood diner
                Top 10 US seafood restaurant sales ranked by 2015 sales

5. The hottest seafood trends
15 consumer and supply trends that are reshaping how seafood is bought and sold.

6. America’s top seafood suppliers
Ranking of the top US-based seafood suppliers by 2015 sales
               Profiles of each company

Written and compiled by IntraFish Executive Editor John Fiorillo, this report is not to be missed by anyone selling into, buying for or marketing in the US seafood industry.

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