Vietnam’s black tiger shrimp exports to the EU increased by 107%
MEKSEA.COM – According to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP), thanks to consumption demand and tax incentives from the EVFTA Agreement, in the first quarter of 2022, Vietnam’s black tiger shrimp exports to the EU increased by 107% over the same period last year.
According to statistics, Vietnam’s black tiger shrimp exports to the EU have more than doubled compared to the first quarter of 2021. In which, exports of live/fresh/frozen black tiger shrimp increased by 117%.
The keypoint black tiger shrimp products exported to the EU include fresh frozen whole black tiger shrimp, frozen PD black tiger shrimp, frozen EZP headless black tiger shrimp, fresh frozen HLSO EZP black tiger shrimp, and frozen IQF black tiger shrimp, cooked IQF PDTO black tiger shrimp, frozen HOSO black tiger shrimp, frozen steamed CPTO black tiger shrimp, etc.
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In the EU market, the wholesale and retail sector favors HLSO and peeled black tiger shrimp sizes 16/20 and 51/60. The recycling sector is in high demand with HOSO, HLSO and block peeled shrimp products sizes 16/20 and 51/60.
Vietnam is the second-largest supplier of black tiger shrimp to the EU market. Compared to other suppliers, Vietnam’s black tiger shrimp has a competitive advantage thanks to tariff incentives from the EVFTA Agreement, high-quality products, and an increasing number of products achieving ASC certification.
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By Hayati (Meksea Team)
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