全球小龍蝦市場 - 2023-2030
Global Crayfish Market - 2023-2030
聯合國糧農組織表示，魚類和其他海洋動物在為人體提供良好營養方面發揮著至關重要的作用。由於消費者對海鮮營養價值的認知不斷提高，對這些產品的需求不斷增加。聯合國糧食及農業組織估計，到 2030 年，海鮮需求量將增加約 30%，以滿足日益成長的海鮮需求。
海鮮是 omega-3 脂肪酸以及維生素 A 和 B 等必需營養素的重要來源。它們有助於降低眼部疾病的風險。海鮮促進心臟健康，也能提供更多腦力，讓皮膚和頭髮更健康。根據 NIH 2021 的報告，有令人信服的證據表明，食用魚類和其他類型的海鮮可以顯著改善大腦、眼睛和心臟健康。
2023 年 3 月在巴拿馬舉行的「我們的海洋」會議期間，世界經濟論壇藍色食品夥伴關係推出了全球永續水產養殖路線圖。該路線圖是與 FUTUREFISH 和水產養殖管理委員會合作制定的，並得到了該夥伴關係永續水產養殖工作小組的指導。該計劃的主要目的是促進水產養殖領域的永續成長。
據聯合國糧農組織稱，全球每年生產約 2 億噸魚類和海鮮。為了滿足消費者的需求，各區域很可能會過度捕撈。據NOAA漁業部稱，截至2022年底，過度捕撈名單包括24個種群，過度捕撈名單包括48個種群，還有兩個種群被重建。
根據環境保護基金會的數據，世界上大約 1/3 的漁業被過度捕撈。世界上近80%的漁業已被充分開發和過度開發。這種變化會影響海洋系統並造成生態系統失衡。全球人口日益關注的環境問題可能是市場減少小龍蝦捕撈的主要限制因素之一。
Global Crayfish Market reached US$ 9.9 billion in 2022 and is expected to reach US$ 23.3 billion by 2030, growing with a CAGR of 11.3% during the forecast period 2023-2030.
Crayfish consumption helps in providing essential nutrients for the body. The nutrients provided by consuming crayfish help in maintaining a healthy nervous system and liver. In addition, the crayfish meat is also rich in various minerals such as phosphorus, magnesium and zinc. These minerals help strengthen bones and muscles.
Various organizations and professionals are recommending seafood and fish due to their use in improving the health and wellness of the person. For instance, the 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend eating seafood twice a week. These recommendations give rise to the growth of various seafood products, including crayfish.
The UN FAO stated that fish and other marine animals play a crucial role in providing good nutrition to the human body. Due to the increased consumer awareness regarding the nutritional benefits associated with seafood, the demand for these products is increasing. Food and Agriculture Organization estimates that approximately 30% more seafood is required by 2030 to meet the increasing demand for seafood.
Seafood is a great source of essential nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins A and B. They help reduce the risk of eye diseases. Seafood promotes heart health and also gives more brain power making the skin and hair healthier. According to the NIH 2021, there is compelling evidence that consuming fish and other types of seafood can significantly improve brain, eye, and heart health.
The increased consumer awareness regarding the health benefits associated with seafood is driving the production and consumption of various seafood. According to the statistics released by the World Economic Forum in November 2022, the global average consumption of fish and other seafood per person reached a record high of 20.5 kilograms in 2019 and 2021.
The developments in aquaculture are fish farming positively impact the various seafood product development. The demand for seafood products is increasing the adoption of various developmental activities to improve the culture and farming of fish to maintain a good marine ecosystem and to provide healthy products to the consumer.
During the Our Ocean Conference in Panama in March 2023, the Blue Food Partnership of the World Economic Forum launched a Global Sustainable Aquaculture Roadmap. The roadmap was developed in collaboration with FUTUREFISH and the Aquaculture Stewardship Council, and with the guidance of the Partnership's Sustainable Aquaculture Working Group. The primary aim of this initiative is to enhance sustainable growth in the field of aquaculture.
In November 2022, the EU launched a €4.8 million aquaculture welfare project, Cure4Aqua. The project aims to develop new tools and artificial intelligence-based technology to improve fish health and welfare. The project helps to improve aquatic animal health and welfare and prevention of aquatic fish diseases through innovative prophylaxis and technologies.
According to FAO, the world produces around 200 million tonnes of fish and seafood every year. There is a high chance of overfishing in various zones to meet consumer demand. According to NOAA Fisheries, at the end of 2022, the overfishing list included 24 stocks, the overfished list included 48 stocks, and two stocks were rebuilt.
According to the Environmental Defense Fund, about 1/3 of the world's fisheries are overfished. Nearly 80% of the world's fisheries are already fully exploited and over-exploited. The shifting affects the marine system and creates an imbalance in the ecosystem. The increasing environmental concerns among the global population can be one of the major restraining factors for the market decreasing the fishing of crayfish.
The global crayfish market is segmented based on type, source, category, distribution channel, application, end-user and region.
The global crayfish market is segmented based on category into fresh and frozen. The frozen type of crayfishes are gaining immense popularity and recently accounted for the largest share of the market. Frozen fish can be fresher than fresh fish since it's frozen immediately after being caught and the freshness is preserved immediately. This rapid process helps preserve the taste, texture, and nutritional value of the fish.
Various companies such as Acadia Crawfish Co, LLC and Bernard's brand provide frozen crayfish into the market. Fresh fish requires additional steps used in their preparation such as cleaning and filleting. The frozen products are readily available and don't require any additional steps providing convenience to the consumers.
Asia-Pacific dominated the global crayfish market. Various countries of this region are recorded to have greater production of crayfish. According to China Crayfish Industry Development Report 2023, China's crayfish production continued to increase in 2022. The high production is increasing the wide availability of the product in the region.
The increased health consciousness among consumers is driving regional seafood and fish consumption. According to the Food and Agricultural Organization, Asia is projected to make up 70 percent of global fish consumption by 2030. According to the statistics released by the World Economic Forum in November 2022, South Korea, Japan and China, are leading the regional market with per capita consumption of fish and seafood of about 57.05 kg, 46.06 kg and 38.49 kg respectively.
The various developments in the crayfish practice help in the improvement of the regional market. For instance, Deyan, China's leading crayfish producer, with about 200,000 metric tons of annual processing capacity. In June 2020, the Global Aquaculture Alliance announced that China's Deyan Aquatic Products & Food Co. Ltd. is the world's first company eligible to offer two-star Best Aquaculture Practices crayfish.
The major global players in the market include: Riceland Crawfish, Acadia Crawfish Co, LLC, Louisiana Crawfish Co, Alfocan SA, Live Aquaponics, Mackay Reef Fish Pty Ltd., Even Star Ocean Fisheries Limited, D & G Frey Craw Fish, Boni Seafood Inc and Channel Seafoods International.
The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic had a mixed impact on the global crayfish market. Most of the regions faced challenges with the sourcing of the various types of seafood such as fish. The disrupted supply chain activities and distribution channels decreased the reach of the product to the customers. The shutdown of local markets and merchant sales of fish including crayfish, negatively impacted the market growth.
Globally, there is a decreased seafood consumption, negatively impacting the market growth. For instance, in Indonesia, during COVID-19, 61% of respondents ate less seafood than normal, 66% stated seafood was more expensive, and 37% stated that the seafood they normally buy was not available. Respondents also bought 5% less fresh seafood due to unavailability.
According to an NIH Indonesia survey, raw and fresh seafood purchases from travelling merchants decreased 12.5% during the pandemic. The unavailability of fresh seafood increased the use of processed seafood, slightly improving the market growth. 4.3% more pre-cooked seafood products during the pandemic were bought. The availability of processed crayfish products on online retail sales platforms opened the sales for the market.
The Russia-Ukraine war had a negative impact on every possible industry, including food. Increased prices for energy and raw materials have led to high operating costs for fishermen, aquaculture farmers and fish-processing companies, negatively impacting the market growth. Russia and Ukraine play an important role in the export and import of various seafood products. The global trade disturbances decreased the import and export of various seafood products including crayfish.
The global crayfish market report would provide approximately 77 tables, 80 figures and 234 Pages.
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