Wholesale Frozen Yellowfin

Sizes: Under 12Kg / Between 15Kg – 20Kg / Over 20Kg

Certificats: FDA, HACCP, ISO, HALAL

Temperature: -18c frozen blast

Origin: Pacific / Indian oceans

Glazing: 10%

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Wholesale Yellowfin Loins

Grade: Pure canning grade

Available Sizes: 2Kg to 4Kg

Temperature: -18c frozen blast

Origin: Pacific / Indian oceans

Packing: 20Kg bulk IQF/IWP

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Wholesale Frozen Skipjack

Available Sizes: Under 1.5Kg / Between 1.5Kg – 3Kg / Over 4Kg

Net weight: 100%, 95%, 90%

Packaging: IQF, 10-15Kg/Bag

Certificats: FDA, HACCP, ISO, HALAL

Origin: Pacific / Indian oceans

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Wholesale Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Packaging: Bulk(flexitank,drums), glass bottles(1L, 750mL, 500mL)

Certificats: ISO 22000: 2005

Origin: Tunisia

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Wholesale Pomace Olive Oil

Packaging: Bulk(flexitank,drums), glass bottles(1L, 750mL, 500mL)

Certificats: ISO 22000: 2005

Origin: Tunisia

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Wholesale Sea Bream

Origin: Tunisia

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Wholesale Dates

Origin: Tunisia

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Tuna Wholesale Market Highlights

Japan, although it is now only in the second position since 2009, has been the essential country for tuna catches since 1950. It has experienced considerable growth between the 1950s and 80s, thanks to the industrial development of the country. country. Since the 1990s, its catches have been reduced, which is related to the spectacular growth of fisheries in other Asian countries of Taiwan, Indonesia, the Philippines, and South Korea.

The United States, which was a key player in the tuna fishery until 1990, is now only 8th in the world, with 2009 volumes equivalent to those of the 70s (around 200 000 tonnes). New players have emerged over the past fifteen years, notably China and Papua New Guinea, which reach respectively 200,000 and 100,000 tons.

The development of tuna fisheries is mainly based on the growth of catches of yellowfin tuna and skipjack tuna – which account for 85% of the volumes fished in 2009 – and to a lesser extent bigeye tuna. Albacore represents only 6% of catches (against 25% in 1950) and bluefin tuna less than 1% (against 6% in 1950).

 

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Olive Oil Wholesale Market Overview

Japan, although it is now only in the second position since 2009, has been the essential country for tuna catches since 1950. It has experienced considerable growth between the 1950s and 80s, thanks to the industrial development of the country. country. Since the 1990s, its catches have been reduced, which is related to the spectacular growth of fisheries in other Asian countries of Taiwan, Indonesia, the Philippines, and South Korea.

The United States, which was a key player in the tuna fishery until 1990, is now only 8th in the world, with 2009 volumes equivalent to those of the 70s (around 200 000 tonnes). New players have emerged over the past fifteen years, notably China and Papua New Guinea, which reach respectively 200,000 and 100,000 tons.

The development of tuna fisheries is mainly based on the growth of catches of yellowfin tuna and skipjack tuna – which account for 85% of the volumes fished in 2009 – and to a lesser extent bigeye tuna. Albacore represents only 6% of catches (against 25% in 1950) and bluefin tuna less than 1% (against 6% in 1950).