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Canned salmon will be pushed by sustained growth worldwide. (Photo: eatthis.com)

Research report explores canned salmon market for forecast period 2016 – 2024

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Monday, September 18, 2017, 21:50 (GMT + 9)

In the last few years, the rising popularity of salmon across the globe has resulted in a high demand for aquaculture. The increasing health benefits, such as proteins, minerals, and fatty acids offered by consuming salmon is likely to generate promising opportunities for key players operating in the global market.

Additionally, the rising disposable income and the improving lifestyle of consumers is anticipated to boost the demand for canned salmon in the near future. The research study offers a detailed analysis of the global canned salmon market and throws light on its key segmentation, growth factors, and the competitive landscape.

          

The rising demand for salmon across the globe owing to its health benefits is one of the important factors anticipated to encourage the growth of the global canned salmon market in the next few years. In addition, the rising prominence of aquaculture in several regions worldwide is another factor accelerating the growth of the overall market. The tremendously rising demand for seafood and different fish products is anticipated to contribute extensively towards the overall growth of the market.

On the other hand, the global canned salmon market is expected to witness several challenges throughout the forecast period. The attack on salmon by sea lice, algae blooms, and other diseases is expected to hamper the growth of the global canned salmon market in the near future. In addition, the damage to the aquatic ecosystem and the rising cases of water contamination are some of the other factors are predicted to restrict the growth of the global market in the coming years.

                                  

The global canned salmon market has been categorized on the basis of geography into the Middle East and Africa, North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific, and Europe. According to the research study, Asia Pacific is anticipated to lead the global canned salmon market throughout the forecast period. This region is projected to account for a large share of the market, thanks to the rising population and the growing demand for canned salmon. In addition, the increasing awareness among consumers regarding the importance of protein intake and the rising disposable income among consumers are some of the vital factors projected to encourage the growth of the Asia Pacific market in the next few years.

Furthermore, the rising contribution from India, China, and Japan is expected to supplement the growth of the canned salmon market in Asia Pacific in the next few years. Europe and North America are anticipated to witness steady growth throughout the forecast period, owing to the rising awareness concerning the health benefits of salmon consumption in these two regions.

The research study has provided a detailed overview of the regional segmentation, focusing on the key factors propelling the leading segments and the expected market size and growth rate throughout the forecast period.

                

The key players mentioned in the research report are:

The canned salmon market across the globe is highly competitive and fragmented in nature, thanks to the rising number of local and international players entering the global market. The leading players in the market are competing against each other on the basis of product quality, distribution, price, and service. With the rising influx, a stiff competitive scenario is expected throughout the forecast period. The research study offers a thorough overview of the market, highlighting the company profiles, business strategies, financial overview, and recent developments.

Some of the prominent players operating in the global canned salmon market are Bumble Bee Foods, Princes Group, Beijing Princess Seafood International Trading, Mogster Group, Marine Harvest, Thai Frozen Products Company, Sajo Industries, Tassal Group, Austevoll Seafood ASA, Dong Won Fisheries, Labeyrie Fine Foods, and Empresas AquaChile.

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