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Global Shrimp Market by Export, Import, Production, Consumption, Countries, Species, Size, Product Form, Value Chain Analysis & Forecast

  • ID: 4714924
  • Report
  • March 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 182 Pages
  • Renub Research
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The Global Shrimp Market is Expected to be US$ 24.1 Billion by 2026
Shrimp is a widely consumed seafood species which belongs to the largest class of crustaceans, called Malacostraca. Shrimp is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, which is used to overcome weight loss, lower blood pressure, improve bone and brain health, relieves eye fatigue, and also helps to reduce the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases. It also has good level of protein and very low fat. According to this research, the Global Shrimp Market is expected to be US$ 24.1 Billion by 2026.

Growing income level and rising demand for shrimp products among consumers across the globe is driving its market. Governments in many countries are encouraging shrimp production by giving incentives to farmers and by offering fiscal reliefs. Globally, Ecuador is the Largest Exporter of Shrimp; besides China and Vietnam. Among consuming countries, the United States is the largest consumer of Shrimp. Global Shrimp aquaculture production by species L. vannamei, P. monodon, M.rosenbergii, and Others has also been covered in this report.

This report titled “Global Shrimp Market by Export, Import, Production, Consumption, (Countries: India, China, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, Ecuador, United States, Europe, Spain, France, Japan, Species (L. vannamei, P. monodon, M. rosenbergii, Other), Size (>70, 61-70, 51-60, 41-50, 31-40, 26-30, 21-25, 15-20, < 15), Product Form (Green / Head-on, Green / Head-off, Peeled, Cooked, Breaded, Other Forms), Value Chain Analysis & Forecast” provides a complete analysis of global shrimp market.

Vietnam & China are leading Shrimp Producers

The publisher has done a comprehensive assessment on the largest shrimp producing countries such as China, India, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, and Ecuador. Ecuador, along with China and Vietnam, is the largest Shrimp producing countries.

United States is the Largest Shrimp Consumer

The publisher has completed insights on major shrimp consumer countries like Japan, France, Spain, United States, China and Europe 26. According to the research Analysis, the United States is the largest shrimp consumer.

Globally, Ecuador is one among the Largest Exporter of Shrimp

This report covers the top shrimp exporting countries such as Thailand, Ecuador, Indonesia, India, China and Vietnam, along with their volume in metric tons. Ecuador is one of the largest shrimp exporters in the globe. Besides, we have also explained the core factors due to which they became a top shrimp exporting country.

9 Types of Shrimp Size Production has been studied in the report

9 different categorized of shrimp's sizes production we have covered in this report. Sizes covered in the report are >70, 61-70, 51-60, 41-50, 31-40, 26-30, 21-25, 15-20, < 15

6 Types of Product Form Production studied in the Report

According to this report, shrimp is categorized based on 6 types of Cooked, product Green/Head-on, Green/Head-off, Peeled, Breaded and Other Forms. Head-off has good demand in global market.

Global Shrimp Producing Regions
  • India
  • China
  • Vietnam
  • Indonesia
  • Thailand
  • Ecuador
Global Shrimp Exporting Regions
  • India
  • Vietnam
  • Ecuador
  • Indonesia
  • China
  • Thailand
Global Shrimp consuming Countries
  • United States
  • Europe26
  • Spain
  • France
  • China
  • Japan
Global Shrimp Aquaculture Production by Species
  • L. vannamei
  • P. monodon
  • M. rosenbergii
  • Others
Global Shrimp Aquaculture Producing by Size Categories
  • >70
  • 61-70
  • 51-60
  • 41-50
  • 31-40
  • 26-30
  • 21-25
  • 15-20
  • < 15
Global Shrimp Aquaculture by product
  • Green/Head-on
  • Green/Head-off
  • Peeled
  • Cooked
  • Breaded
  • Other Forms
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1. Introductions

2. Research & Methodology

3. Executive Summary

4. Market Dynamics
4.1 Growth Drivers
4.2 Key Challenges

5. Global Shrimp Production

6. Global Shrimp Share Analysis
6.1 Consumption Share by Countries
6.2 Production Share by Countries
6.3 Export Share by Countries

7. Global Shrimp Market

8. Shrimp Producing Countries
8.1 India
8.2 China
8.3 Viet Nam
8.4 Indonesia
8.5 Thailand
8.6 Ecuador

9. Shrimp Exporting Countries
9.1 India
9.2 Viet Nam
9.3 Ecuador
9.4 Indonesia
9.5 China
9.6 Thailand

10. Shrimp Consuming Countries
10.1 United States
10.2 Europe26
10.2.1 Spain
10.2.2 France
10.3 China
10.4 Japan

11. Global Shrimp Aquaculture Production by Species
11.1 L. vannamei
11.2 P. monodon
11.3 M. rosenbergii
11.4 Other

12. Global Volume of Shrimp Aquaculture Production by Size Categories
12.1 >70
12.2 61-70
12.3 51-60
12.4 41-50
12.5 31-40
12.6 26-30
12.7 21-25
12.8 15-20
12.9 < 15

13. Global Volume of Shrimp Aquaculture by Product
13.1 Other Forms
13.2 Breaded
13.3 Cooked
13.4 Peeled
13.5 Green / Head-off
13.6 Green / Head-on

14. Value Chain Analysis

List of Figures:
Figure-01: Global Shrimp Volume (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-02: Top Two fastest Growing Shrimp Producing Countries (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-03: Top Two Largest Aquaculture Shrimp By Species (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-04: Global - Per Capita Fish Consumption by Countries (Per Kg/ Person/Year), 2017 - 2027
Figure-05: Global - Per Capita Seafood Consumption by Countries (KG), 2000 - 2013
Figure-06: Canada - Rejection of Shrimp, 2017
Figure-07: EU (28)- Rejection of Shrimp, 2017
Figure-08: Japan- Rejection of Shrimp, 2017
Figure-09: United States of America- Rejection of Shrimp, 2017
Figure-10: Global Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-11: Global - Forecast for Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-12: Global - Shrimp Production Share (Percent) by Countries, 2016 - 2019
Figure-13: Global - Forecast for Shrimp Production Share (Percent) by Countries, 2020 - 2026
Figure-14: Global - Shrimp Export Share (Percent) by Countries, 2016 - 2019
Figure-15: Global - Forecast for Shrimp Export Share (Percent) by Countries, 2020 - 2026
Figure-16: Global - Shrimp Market (Million US$), 2016 - 2019
Figure-17: Global - Forecast for Shrimp Market (Million US$), 2020 - 2026
Figure-18: India - Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-19: India - Forecast for Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-20: China - Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-21: China - Forecast for Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-22: Vietnam - Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-23: Vietnam - Forecast for Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-24: Indonesia - Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-25: Indonesia - Forecast for Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-26: Thailand - Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-27: Thailand - Forecast for Shrimp Production (Thailand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-28: Ecuador - Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-29: Ecuador - Forecast for Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-30: India - Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-31: India - Forecast for Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-32: Vietnam - Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-33: Vietnam - Forecast for Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-34: Ecuador - Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-35: Ecuador - Forecast for Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-36: Indonesia - Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-37: Indonesia - Forecast for Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-38: China - Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2016- 2019
Figure-39: China - Forecast for Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-40: Thailand - Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-41: Thailand - Forecast for Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-42: United States - Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-43: United States - Forecast for Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-44: Europe - Shrimp Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-45: Europe - Forecast for Shrimp Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-46: Spain - Shrimp Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-47: Spain - Forecast for Shrimp Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-48: France - Shrimp Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-49: France - Forecast for Shrimp Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-50: China - Shrimp Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-51: China - Forecast for Shrimp Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-52: Japan - Shrimp Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-53: Japan - Forecast for Shrimp Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-54: L. Vannamei - Shrimp Aquaculture Production (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-55: L. Vannamei - Forecast for Shrimp Aquaculture Production (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-56: P. Monodon - Shrimp Aquaculture Production (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-57: P. Monodon - Forecast for Shrimp Aquaculture Production (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-58: M. Rosenbergii - Shrimp Aquaculture Production (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-59: M. Rosenbergii - Forecast for Shrimp Aquaculture Production (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-60: Others - Shrimp Aquaculture Production (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-61: Others - Forecast for Shrimp Aquaculture Production (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-62: Shrimp Aquaculture Production by Size (>70), (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-63: Shrimp Aquaculture Production by Size (61-70), (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-64: Shrimp Aquaculture Production by Size (51-60), (Thousand Tons), 2015 - 2019
Figure-65: Shrimp Aquaculture Production by Size (41-50), (Thousand Tons), 2015 - 2019
Figure-66: Shrimp Aquaculture Production by Size (31-40), (Thousand Tons), 2015 - 2019
Figure-67: Shrimp Aquaculture Production by Size (26-30), (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-68: Shrimp Aquaculture Production by Size (21-25), (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-69: Shrimp Aquaculture Production by Size (15-20), (Thousand Tones), 2015 - 2019
Figure-70: Shrimp Aquaculture Production by Size (< 15), (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2019
Figure-71: Green/Head - On Shrimp Aquaculture by Product (Thousand Tones), 2015 - 2019
Figure-72: Green/Head - Off Shrimp Aquaculture Production (Thousand Tones), 2015 - 2019
Figure-73: Peeled Shrimp Aquaculture by Product (Thousand Tones), 2015 - 2019
Figure-74: Cooked Shrimp Aquaculture by Product (Thousand Tones), 2015 - 2019
Figure-75: Breaded Shrimp Aquaculture by Product (Thousand Tones), 2015 - 2019
Figure-76: Others forms Shrimp Aquaculture by Product (Thousand Tones), 2015 - 2019

List of Tables:
Table-01: Global - Shrimp Consumption Share (Percent) by Countries, 2016 - 2019
Table-02: Global - Forecast for Shrimp Consumption Share (Percent) by Countries, 2020 - 2026
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