Did you know: Tuna became the most consumed seafood in the UK in 2023

Bởi Meksea Team - January 18, 2024

MEKSEA.COM – Tuna became the most consumed seafood in the UK in 2023, surpassing salmon, according to a study published by Seafish, the UK’s seafood authority. Seafish, which supports the seafood industry, attributed this shift to “consumers feeling the strain as daily living costs rise.”



Other significant findings from the report revealed that in 2022, the UK’s fishing fleet caught a record 618,759 tons of fish. While domestic catch levels saw a substantial increase, seafood imports continued to dominate the market. Seafish noted that the value of imported seafood was over 5 times higher than the value of domestically caught seafood in the UK.

The study also highlighted a recovery in seafood consumption at dining establishments after the pandemic, showing an increase compared to the same period the previous year, although still around 20% lower than pre-pandemic levels.

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By Hayati (Meksea Team)


(Reference: VASEP)

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