Aquaculture Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share,
Growth, Trends and Forecast 2013 – 2019
85 Page Report
Rapidly Depleting Volume of Captured Fish Drives Demand for
Aquaculture, Global Market to be worth US$195.1 bn by 2019
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Aquaculture refers to the cultivation of brackish, marine, or fresh water species such as shrimp, fish, and
oysters under controlled climatic conditions. Compared to captured fish, the share of aquaculture in the
global fisheries industry is considerably small and as a result, efforts are on to increase aquaculture
activities around the world.
The global aquaculture market has been carefully studied in the report, using the latest research tools and
methodologies. The structure, scope, and dynamics of the overall market have been discussed at length,
also highlighting the various drivers and restraints impacting the growth of the aquaculture market.
The report segments the aquaculture market based on product, culture environment, and region. By
culture environment, the market is segregated into marine water, freshwater, and brackish water. On the
basis of product, the aquaculture market is classified into mollusks, salmon, trout, sea bream, carps,
crustaceans, milkfish, mackerel, sea bass, and others such as turbot and catfish. By region, the global
aquaculture market comprises Europe, North America, China, Asia Pacific excluding China, and Rest of the
Overview of the Aquaculture Market
In 2012, the global aquaculture market was reportedly valued at US$135.1 bn. Expanding at a modest
CAGR of 5.10% from 2013 to 2019, the aquaculture market is anticipated to reach a value of...