Global Salmon Market Increasing Demand, Growth Analysis and Outlook 2018-2023

by IMARC Group Market Research Reports
There are numerous factors which have been proactive in supporting the growth of the global salmon market. Some of these drivers include increasing health-consciousness among consumers, emerging trend of aquaculture and rising preference for protein-rich food products.

According to the latest report by IMARC Group, titled “Salmon Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2018-2023”, the global salmon market reached a volume of nearly 4 Million Tons in 2017. Salmon belong to the Salmonidae family and can be found in the Northern Atlantic and Pacific oceans. These are anadromous in nature as they are born in freshwater, migrate to the sea and later return to freshwater in order to lay eggs. Salmon are capable of jumping more than four metres to stay clear of obstacles and climb waterfalls. Generally, young salmon consume plankton, invertebrates and insects, whereas adult salmon eat squid, shrimp, eels, and other fish. Currently, salmon are used for various purposes such as broiling, pickling, grilling, smoking, roasting, poaching as well as for the preparation of different food dishes such as tartar, salads, burgers along with several pasta dishes.

Salmon provides the highest amount of calcium as compared to other types of fish owing to which the salmon market has been witnessing a positive growth. Along with this, salmon has also become a popular food product among health-conscious consumers as it is a rich source of omega-3 fats, EPA and DHA and, therefore offers numerous health benefits such as decreasing the risk of obesity, diabetes and heart diseases.

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