Falling demand and El Niño to challenge global aquaculture


Asian shrimp industry in particular is facing a challenging period of record-low prices, according to a new aquaculture report from Rabobank

With demand softening and El Niño driving up fishmeal prices, the second-half of 2023 is expected to be the most challenging period for global aquaculture since the peak of the Covid pandemic in 2020, according to a new aquaculture report from Rabobank.

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