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Demands for frozen seafood shows significant market growth

The frozen seafood market has emerged as a dynamic and thriving sector within the broader food industry.

The seafood market’s growth is underpinned by a combination of evolving consumer preferences, technological advancements, and the globalisation of seafood trade.

Over the past few years, the demand for frozen seafood has witnessed a steady ascent, driven by factors such as convenience, longer shelf life, and the perceived retention of freshness and nutritional value in frozen products as per report published by Persistence Market Research.

Market growth factors include increasing demand and convenience from consumers seeking convenient and time-saving food options.

Globalisation of seafood trade has significant impacted the availability and diversity of the frozen seafood market products in various markets.

Technological advancement in freezing technologies including rapid freezing methods like blast freezing have played a crucial role in maintaining the quality of frozen seafood.

Health and nutritional benefits perceived by consumers as a healthy option is increasing growth, particularly as freezing can effectively preserve the nutritional content of the products.

A rise of retail and e-commerce platforms has seen the market experience significant growth through both tradition retail channels and the rise of e-commerce platforms.

Globally, the seafood industry has become highly interconnected, with products sourced from diverse geographical locations.

This interconnectedness has not only expanded the variety of available frozen seafood products but has also facilitated a seamless distribution chain.

As technological innovations in freezing methods continue to enhance the preservation of seafood quality, the market is experiencing a surge in popularity among consumers seeking nutritious and convenient options.

Key recent developments include innovation in processing technologies, sustainable sourcing initiatives, expansion of product portfolios and e-commerce and direct-to-consumers initiatives.

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