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Salmon Market Outlook 2022 - 2026

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Global Salmon Trends in 2022

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Global import and export of salmon is expected to reach 1.9 billion and 2 billion kilograms respectively by 2026. This is a 1.4% and 1.2% year-on-year growth since 2017 and 2016 respectively. In 2021, Sweden was the top importer of salmon, at around 500 million kilograms. Other top importers include Poland, the US and France. Namibia showed the highest growth in imports, with an increase of 402%, while Nepal's imports decreased by 36% since 2017. Norway was the top exporter of salmon in 2021, with a total of around 910 million kilograms. Other top exporters include Sweden, Chile and the UK. Slovakia had the highest growth in exports, with an increase of 196%, while Switzerland's exports decreased by 46% since 2016.

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