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

  • ID: 5317039
  • Report
  • April 2021
  • Region: Global
  • 190 pages
  • Renub Research
Global Shrimp Market is Expected to be US$ 23.4 Billion by 2026

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Atalanta Corporation
  • Ideal Foods Ltd
  • Sea Delights
  • Seatrade
  • MORE
Shrimp is considered one of the most commonly consumed seafood. In recent years, it gets popular among seafood lovers. Shrimp belong to the family Malacostraca, available in freshwater lakes and streams and deep and shallow waters. It is an invertebrate marine animal with a flattened and elongated body with long legs and antennae. Shrimps are a rich source of phosphorus, antioxidants, proteins, selenium, copper, iron, magnesium, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin B and D. It is also preferred for losing weight, relieving eye fatigue, lowering blood pressure, improving bone and brain health, and minimizing the chances of developing cardiovascular diseases. According to the publisher report, Global Shrimp Market is expected to be US$ 23.4 Billion by 2026.

Globally, shrimp are available in numerous species such as L. vannamei, P. monodon, and M. rosenbergii; these all are sold under the single term - pawns. These are popular in the international market, and many countries are encouraging shrimp production by giving incentives to farmers and offering fiscal reliefs. India, China, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand and Ecuador are some major shrimp producing country. Shrimp is a highly imported seafood from China because of farm-raised shrimp aquaculture. As per our study, The Worldwide Shrimp Market was US$ 18.30 Billion in 2020.

Shrimp is the most desirable seafood for Americans. Head-off shrimp has good demand in the global market. It is the most consumed seafood in the United States, above salmon. The uttermost common available Shrimp in the US market is ten-legged. When it comes to Shrimp Aquaculture Production Size, they are available from tiny to giant prawns. Good fishmongers tag shrimp with a set of numbers, like 31/35, 43/50, based on the number of shrimp in a pound. Besides, surging income level and growing demand of shrimp across the globe is expected to further drive this market. As per our research analysis, the Global Shrimp Industry is expected to grow with a CAGR of 4.18% from 2020 to 2026.

However global shrimp industry also faced some challenges like a decline due to COVID-19 lockdown has delayed harvest in first half of 2020, most of the producing countries overdue pond stockings, which reduced actual farming days. Along with that shrimp industry is facing human rights abuses and slavery.

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

Consumption - Shrimp & Volume breakup of 6 Countries

1. United States
2. Europe
3. Spain
4. France
5. China
6. Japan

Production - Shrimp Volume breakup of top 6 Countries

1. India
2. China
3. Vietnam
4. Indonesia
5. Thailand
6. Ecuador

Export - Shrimp Volume breakup of top 6 Countries

1. India
2. Vietnam
3. Ecuador
4. Indonesia
5. China
6. Thailand

Species Production - Shrimp Volume breakup of all 4 types of Species

1. L. vannamei
2. P. monodon
3. M.rosenbergii
4. Others

Size Production - Shrimp Volume breakup of all 9 types of Sizes

1. >70
2. 61-70
3. 51-60
4. 41-50
5. 31-40
6. 26-30
7. 21-25
8. 15-20
9. < 15

Product - Shrimp Volume breakup of all 6 types of Forms

1. Green/Head-on
2. Green/Head-off
3. Peeled
4. Cooked
5. Breaded
6. Other Forms

All companies have been covered from 3 Viewpoints
  • Overviews
  • Recent Developments
  • Revenues
Company Analysis

1. Seatrade
2. Atlantic Capes Fisheries, Inc
3. Atalanta Corporation
4. Ideal Foods Ltd
5. Sea Delights
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Atalanta Corporation
  • Ideal Foods Ltd
  • Sea Delights
  • Seatrade
  • MORE

1. Introductions

2. Research & Methodology

3. Executive Summary

4. Market Dynamics
4.1 Growth Drivers
4.2 Key Challenges

5. Value Chain Analysis

6. Global Shrimp Market

7. Global Shrimp Production

8. Volume Share Analysis
8.1 Consuming Country
8.2 Producing Country
8.3 Exporting Country

9. Production - Shrimp Volume by Country
9.1 India
9.2 China
9.3 Vietnam
9.4 Indonesia
9.5 Thailand
9.6 Ecuador

10. Export - Shrimp Volume by Country
10.1 India
10.2 Vietnam
10.3 Ecuador
10.4 Indonesia
10.5 China
10.6 Thailand

11. Consumption - Shrimp Volume by Country
11.1 United States
11.2 Europe
11.2.1 Spain
11.2.2 France
11.3 China
11.4 Japan

12. Species - Shrimp Production by Volume
12.1 L. vannamei
12.2 P. monodon
12.3 M. rosenbergii
12.4 Other

13. Size - Shrimp Production by Volume
13.1 >70
13.2 61-70
13.3 51-60
13.4 41-50
13.5 31-40
13.6 26-30
13.7 21-25
13.8 15-20
13.9 < 15

14. Product - Shrimp Aquaculture by Volume
14.1 Green / Head-on
14.2 Green / Head-off
14.3 Peeled
14.4 Cooked
14.5 Breaded
14.6 Other Forms

15. Company Analysis
15.1 Seatrade
15.1.1 Overviews
15.1.2 Recent Developments
15.1.3 Revenues
15.2 Atlantic Capes Fisheries, Inc
15.2.1 Overviews
15.2.2 Recent Developments
15.2.3 Revenues
15.3 Atalanta Corporation
15.3.1 Overviews
15.3.2 Recent Developments
15.3.3 Revenues
15.4 Ideal Foods Ltd
15.4.1 Overviews
15.4.2 Recent Developments
15.4.3 Revenues
15.5 Sea Delights
15.5.1 Overviews
15.5.2 Recent Developments
15.5.3 Revenues

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 - 2020
Figure-11: Global - Forecast for Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-12: Global - Shrimp Market (Million US$), 2016 - 2020
Figure-13: Global - Forecast for Shrimp Market (Million US$), 2021 - 2026
Figure-14: India - Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2020
Figure-15: India - Forecast for Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-16: China - Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2020
Figure-17: China - Forecast for Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-18: Vietnam - Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2020
Figure-19: Vietnam - Forecast for Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-20: Indonesia - Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2020
Figure-21: Indonesia - Forecast for Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-22: Thailand - Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2020
Figure-23: Thailand - Forecast for Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2020 - 2026
Figure-24: Ecuador - Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2020
Figure-25: Ecuador - Forecast for Shrimp Production (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-26: India - Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2020
Figure-27: India - Forecast for Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-28: Vietnam - Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2020
Figure-29: Vietnam - Forecast for Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-30: Ecuador - Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2020
Figure-31: Ecuador - Forecast for Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-32: Indonesia - Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2020
Figure-33: Indonesia - Forecast for Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-34: China - Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2016- 2020
Figure-35: China - Forecast for Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-36: Thailand - Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2020
Figure-37: Thailand - Forecast for Shrimp Export (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-38: United States - Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2020
Figure-39: United States - Forecast for Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-40: Europe - Shrimp Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2020
Figure-41: Europe - Forecast for Shrimp Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-42: Spain - Shrimp Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2020
Figure-43: Spain - Forecast for Shrimp Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-44: France - Shrimp Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2020
Figure-45: France - Forecast for Shrimp Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-46: China - Shrimp Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2020
Figure-47: China - Forecast for Shrimp Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-48: Japan - Shrimp Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2020
Figure-49: Japan - Forecast for Shrimp Consumption (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-50: L. Vannamei - Shrimp Aquaculture Production (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2020
Figure-51: L. Vannamei - Forecast for Shrimp Aquaculture Production (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-52: P. Monodon - Shrimp Aquaculture Production (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2020
Figure-53: P. Monodon - Forecast for Shrimp Aquaculture Production (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-54: M. Rosenbergii - Shrimp Aquaculture Production (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2020
Figure-55: M. Rosenbergii - Forecast for Shrimp Aquaculture Production (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-56: Others - Shrimp Aquaculture Production (Thousand Tons), 2016 - 2020
Figure-57: Others - Forecast for Shrimp Aquaculture Production (Thousand Tons), 2021 - 2026
Figure-58: Shrimp Aquaculture Production by Size (>70), (Thousand Tons), 2015 - 2020
Figure-59: Shrimp Aquaculture Production by Size (61-70), (Thousand Tons), 2015 - 2020
Figure-60: Shrimp Aquaculture Production by Size (51-60), (Thousand Tons), 2015 - 2020
Figure-61: Shrimp Aquaculture Production by Size (41-50), (Thousand Tons), 2015 - 2020
Figure-62: Shrimp Aquaculture Production by Size (31-40), (Thousand Tons), 2015 - 2020
Figure-63: Shrimp Aquaculture Production by Size (26-30), (Thousand Tons), 2015 - 2020
Figure-64: Shrimp Aquaculture Production by Size (21-25), (Thousand Tons), 2015 - 2020
Figure-65: Shrimp Aquaculture Production by Size (15-20), (Thousand Tones), 2015 - 2020
Figure-66: Green/Head - On Shrimp Aquaculture by Product (Thousand Tones), 2015 - 2019
Figure-67: Green/Head - Off Shrimp Aquaculture Production (Thousand Tones), 2015 - 2019
Figure-68: Peeled Shrimp Aquaculture by Product (Thousand Tones), 2015 - 2019
Figure-69: Cooked Shrimp Aquaculture by Product (Thousand Tones), 2015 - 2019
Figure-70: Breaded Shrimp Aquaculture by Product (Thousand Tones), 2015 - 2019
Figure-71: Others forms Shrimp Aquaculture by Product (Thousand Tones), 2015 - 2019

List of Tables:
Table-01: Global - Shrimp Consumption Share by Countries (Percent), 2016 - 2020
Table-02: Global - Forecast for Shrimp Consumption Share by Countries (Percent), 2021 - 2026
Table-03: Global - Shrimp Production Share by Countries (Percent), 2016 - 2020
Table-04: Global - Forecast for Shrimp Production Share by Countries (Percent), 2021 - 2026
Table-05: Global - Shrimp Export Share by Countries (Percent), 2016 - 2020
Table-06: Global - Forecast for Shrimp Export Share by Countries (Percent), 2021 - 2026

Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown
  • Seatrade
  • Atlantic Capes Fisheries, Inc
  • Atalanta Corporation
  • Ideal Foods Ltd
  • Sea Delights
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown

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