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Global Seafood Market Growth Drivers & Barriers

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Cooperative partnerships, coordination and synergies should become a central tenet for all regional fishery management and environmental conservation mechanisms. Mindful of their respective mandates, this goal should also be pursued among RFBs, as well as with UN Agencies, intergovernmental organizations, multilateral environmental agreements, NGOs, large marine ecosystem programmes, and long-running field programmes (e.g. the Nansen Programme

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Global Seafood Market Growth Drivers & Barriers

  1. 1. Global Seafood Market Dynamics (Growth Drivers & Barriers) Published By: Goldstein Research Connect With Us: Copyright All Rights Reserved, Goldstein Research www.goldsteinresearch.comCopyright All Rights Reserved, Goldstein Research www.goldsteinresearch.com Global Seafood Market Outlook
  2. 2. High Medium Low Impact on Global Seafood Market Copyright All Rights Reserved, Goldstein Research www.goldsteinresearch.com Growth Drivers High Importance (Dominance) • Growing disposable incomes in emerging markets • Stagnant to moderate growth in Europe • Growing Population: 7 billion mouths to feed • Rapid aging of the global population • Rising levels of sea pollution Rising oil prices • Increasing sophistication of food culture • Growing influence of NGOs • Increasing desire for convenience • Increasing scope of fishing regulations • Rising consumer awareness about healthy nutrition • Depleting wild fish stocks • Growing development of aquaculture technologies • Growing exports of cheaper farmed fish from emerging markets Medium Importance • Continuing negative attitudes towards fish preparation • Growth of climate change impacts and extreme weather • Growing consolidation of the global seafood industry • Growth of fast casual foodservice • Growth of high- end and premium seafood • Growing resurgence of ‘from scratch’ cooking • Growing demand for traceability and transparency • Growing concern about the negative environmental impact of consumption • Development of marine biotechnology • Development of unconventional protein sources Low Importance • New retail models combining foodservice • Growing interest in 'mood food‘ • Continuing challenge of cold chain distribution from Ireland • Rise of ‘quantified self’ and data driven diets Low Uncertainty Medium Uncertainty High Uncertainty Keys: Important drivers that are more certain to happen Important drivers that are less certain to happen
  3. 3. Regional cooperation and current challenges  Regional cooperation has the potential to: increase efficiency in terms of knowledge sharing and the capacity to adopt science-based management measures; promote scientific research; provide technical and financial support, as well as transfer knowledge and technology; and avoid duplication of costs, and make efforts more cost- effective.  Cooperative partnerships, coordination and synergies should become a central tenet for all regional fishery management and environmental conservation mechanisms. Mindful of their respective mandates, this goal should also be pursued among RFBs, as well as with UN Agencies, intergovernmental organizations, multilateral environmental agreements, NGOs, large marine ecosystem programmes, and long-running field programmes (e.g. the Nansen Programme).  Unreported fishing” could be recast as “nonreporting of all information related to the fishing activity”. This term would refer to, and be restricted to, activities that are not “fishing” sensu stricto but that are distinct yet associated to fishing and can occur during or after the act of fishing. It includes non-reporting, misreporting or under- reporting in contravention of laws and RFMO conservation and management measures (illegal) and reporting that is not required by law or an RFMO conservation and management (unregulated) but is advisable. High Medium Low Impact on Global Seafood Market Impact Analysis:-  Especially today, it is crucial that grocery store managers understand exactly what their customers need - and then provide exactly what their customers need. Grocery stores in particular feel the burn of competition because there are so many stores that are similar that it is incredibly easy for a customer to walk in, not find what they want, and then walk right back out and into the doors of another similar store that has that one extra item that the other store did not.  Grocery stores typically have lower profit margins than other stores, so it is even more important that they are constantly on top of ways to run their operation cleanly and efficiently. Labor costs are one of the only costs that a retailer can control, and so a grocery store should be on that like white on rice. Copyright All Rights Reserved, Goldstein Research www.goldsteinresearch.com Market Restraints Total Number of Conventional Stores (Thousand), 2012 - 2017 Source: Goldstein Research XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
  4. 4. For market research on Global Seafood Industry, Copyright All Rights Reserved, Goldstein Research www.goldsteinresearch.com Global Seafood Market Outlook Published By: Goldstein Research Connect With Us: Click here

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