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Market Opportunities for US Aquaculture Producers: The Case of Branzino

Abstract: The USis the world's largest seafood importer by value, with an increasing share of imports composed of farmed seafood. Despite numerous policy initiatives, production and growth in the US aquaculture sector is limited, and there is a significant literature discussing potential explanations. In this paper the recent success of imported branzino is used to show that the market is not a constraint. Branzino is a portion-sized white-fleshed fish primarily farmed in the Mediterranean, with no obvious equivalents produced in the US. Since the turn of the century, imports have grown from zero to almost 10,000 metric tons, a quantity that would have made it the fourthlargest farmed fish species if produced in the US, and all is imported fresh. From 2015 when the quantities became more significant, the species entered the large whitefish market, although with a significant price premium relative to tilapia, the largest species in this market, indicating that the opportunity to create separate niches in the seafood market is limited.

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 Fuente: Marine Resource Economics, volume 37, number 2, April 2022

Editorial: University of Chicago Press

 Fecha de publicación: 04/03/2022

Nº de páginas: 13

Tipo de publicación: Artículo de Revista

 DOI: 10.1086/718437

ISSN: 2334-5985,0738-1360

Proyecto europeo: info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/EC/H2020/727315/EU/Mediterranean Aquaculture Integrated Development/MedAID/

Autores/as

ASCHE, FRANK

GARLOCK, TARYN

CAMP, EDWARD

GUILLEN, JORDI

SHAMSHAK, GINA