2 edition of Frozen fish marketing in West African countries a case study in fish marketing development found in the catalog.
Frozen fish marketing in West African countries a case study in fish marketing development
by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by W. Krone.|
|Series||FAO fisheries report ;, no. 96|
|LC Classifications||SH331 .F2 no. 96, HD9467.A482 .F2 no. 96|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 59 p.|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||73166496|
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Frozen fish marketing in West African countries: a case study in fish marketing development. By KRONE W and FII. Topics: COUNTRY, FROZEN FISH, FISHERY PRODUCTS, MARKETING Author: KRONE W and FII. The main objective of this study is marketing strategies for frozen fish exporters in Bangladesh.
government and development partners have given priority attention to promote this sector. The food The main markets of the frozen fish products are the EU countries, USA, Japan, China, Canada and Thailand (DoF, ). performance and efficiency of the frozen fish markets in Nigeria in general and Ibadan in particular in this case.
Objectives of the Study The overall objective is to assess the marketing of frozen fish in Ibadan, with a view to identifying the factors militating against efficient frozen fish marketing.
Department of Agricultural Economics, Extension and Rural Development, Imo State University, Owerri, Nigeria. Accepted 7 August, The study was on socio-economic analysis of frozen fish marketing in Owerri Municipal Council Area, Imo State, Nigeria. A purposive random sampling technique was used in selection of respondents.
The study showed that the marketing channel of frozen fish was simple while that of smoked fish was slightly more complex.
Averagely, prices per kilogram of frozen or fresh (GH¢ ) fishes were relatively cheaper compared to smoked (GH¢ ) fish WORDS: Marketing, Consumers, Freshwater, Marine, Frozen Fish, Smoked FishCited by: 1.
participation in cooperative marketing (pfish purchase negatively and significantly influenced marketing margin (pin fish marketing in the study area was the high cost incurred in preserving.
Just 13 percent of African fish products imported into the area come from West Africa. The West African market clearly presents enormous potential for net exporting countries such as Senegal, Gambia and Mauritania. InNigeria alone imported fisheries products worth US$ million.
The country can absorb the entire export volume and value of Senegal (about thousand. This study was carried out to have a critical overview of traditional fish smoking in Africa. Fish is highly susceptible to deterioration without any preservative or processing measure, and due to.
rate of the global frozen food market in the period was % (in value) and % (in volume). Sales of frozen pizza and ready meals accounted for % of the global frozen food market‟s value and sales of frozen fish and seafood generated % of the market‟s revenues in the same Size: 1MB.
storage and processing are the main factors aimed at improving fish marketing in others the development of large-scale post harvests technologies and the improvement of transportation systems that can support the delivery of fish products to market has been recommended. Keywords: Fishery, marketing, salient issues, Size: 33KB.
Cold stores, transport networks, and cold store depots were set up throughout West Africa in a very short tine and, byfrozen fish had supplanted dried and smoked fish. The study revealed that a frozen fish marketer earned an average of ₦ 25, per month as gross margin which indicates that fish marketing is a profitable venture in the study area.
The study also reveals that the Gini-coefficient for fish marketers in the study area to be which indicates moderately inequality in income distribution Author: Oyedapo Adewale Fagbenro, J. Afolabi. Marketing, Distribution and Consumption of Frozen Fish in Anyigba Metropolis of Kogi State, Nigeria.
In: Visible Possibilities: The Economics of Sustainable Fisheries, Aquaculture and Seafood Trade: Proceedings of the Sixteenth Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, JulyDar es Salaam, Tanzania.
The main market for fish meal is Nigeria (second biggest cultured fish producer). Imports by African region The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) is by far the largest fishery products importer by volume (70%), essentially made up of low-value fresh, chilled or frozen fish.
The region pays the lowest average price per unit of. The Structure of Marine Fish marketing in Kenya: The Case of Malindi and Kilifi Districts Andrew Wamukota Kenya Sea Turtle Conservation Committee, PO BoxMombasa, Kenya.
Keywords: Fish marketing, marketing channel, market structure, constraints. Abstract—In Kenya, the marine sub-sector, though a significant source of livelihoodCited by: 8. Downloadable. This paper was designed to investigate the present status of marine fish marketing aiming to determine marketing costs, margins and profits of marketing intermediaries both in domestic and export marketing.
Primary data were collected by survey method wherein various market intermediaries were interviewed from selected districts for eliciting information at various stages of Cited by: Key Highlights of the Study Fish traders The value chain of the fish trade in Kenya has well-established linkages between the actors and operates as a closed system.
The gate keepers to the fish markets that we studied are the traders’ associations that are made up of familial relationships. Entry into the trade is controlled by themFile Size: 2MB.
This paper examined the performance of the frozen fish markets in Ibadan, Nigeria in terms of price transmission, market margins, marketing costs, and the magnitude of changes in these variables. The study revealed that the average retail price for Mackerel is higher than that of Stockfish while that of Stockfish is greater than that of by: 4.
In many countries, a common problem in fish marketing is loss of profit due to fish spoilage, post-harvest losses occur more frequently in the rainy reason than in the dry season. Thus, the present development encountered by the fish traders according to include: Lack of improved technology for the management of fish production.
Introduction. Fish is a critical source of animal protein, mineral, and micronutrient supplies in Africa where more than million people are reported to eat fish are about 20 African countries where fish accounts for more than 20% of animal protein r to other continents, Africa has recently experienced a diet transformation toward increasing demand for Cited by: 2.
of from ECOWAS countries stands at US$ million. Just 13 percent of African fish products imported into the area come from West Africa. The West African market clearly presents enormous potential for net exporting countries such as Senegal, Gambia and Mauritania.
InNigeria alone imported fisheries products worth US$ million.Our fish products meet the highest quality standards for foodservice as well as retail. The frozen fish and seafood products are packed under our own private labels: Chef’s Quality and Geko. These brands are well known in the African market in countries such as South Africa, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire, Ivory Coast and many more.middlemen who is mandated to sell the produce to traders and consumers.
The role of fish marketing in developing countries changes with its economic development and as a country develops; the structure of its urban fish marketing evolves.
Fish marketing assumes greater importance in the Nigerian economy because the excess production fromFile Size: 1MB.