Frozen Sea Food Market to Grow as the Only Alternative for Sea Food in Many Countries :

Pune, India, August 2019, MRFR Press Release/- Market Research Future has Published a Half-Cooked Research Report on the Global Frozen Sea Food Market.


Frozen sea food is an industry that aims at extending the shelf life of sea foods. This is getting substantial tailwinds from the culinary industry where its growth, due to demands from food enthusiasts, is rising notably. The global frozen sea food market is all set to attain growth with a robust CAGR during the forecast period of 2017 to 2023. Market Research Future (MRFR) has a extensive report on the frozen sea food market that discusses elaborately about growth factors and possibilities.

One of the major reasons providing traction to the global frozen sea food market is the growing awareness of benefits from its nutrients. Logistical development is also assisting in an increase of the export standard and amount. A lot of countries do not share a common boundary with the sea, which makes them create a demand for frozen sea food products. 


Product type, end-user, and distribution channel are three segments in which the global frozen sea food market can be segmented as per the detailed report on the same by MRFR. The process includes validations from volume-wise and value-wise analysis.

Based on the product type, the global frozen sea food market can be segmented into fish, shrimp, squid, crab, lobster and others. The fish segment has the better market percolation. This is getting backed by the development in logistics sector where the process is spurring export activities in several countries. This is ensuring an increase in the client base. Changing behaviors of consumer is also promoting high growth for the fish segment

Based on the end-user, the frozen sea food market can be segmented into food service and retail customers. The food service segment has the potential to mark better growth than retail customers segment over the forecast period.

Based on the distribution channel, the frozen sea food market can be segmented into hyper markets & super markets, specialty retailers, convenience stores, independent stores. The hyper markets & supermarkets segment has the resources to dominate the market, as per capita income is witnessing a healthy rise, along with working class population.

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Regional Analysis:

North America, Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC), and Rest of the World (RoW) are four regions, result of a region-specific analysis of the global frozen sea food market. The attempt is to get a good glimpse of these regions and understand the potentials to ensure better investment plans.

Europe is leading the pack with substantial market revenues. The region is known to be a house of food connoisseurs and not many countries share a border with sea. Hence, the demand for frozen sea food is growing. The growth would be quite steady. The APAC region has the potential to grow substantially. Several countries in the region have a strong sea fish industry, which is gaining prominence due to the increase in the export rate. In emerging economies, such as China, India, Japan and ASEAN countries, the growth is expected to be substantial. Latin American countries hold similar kind of potential in expanding its business territories.

Competitive Analysis:

Several players are making an impact on the global frozen sea food market. This is happening due to the strategic moves implemented by these companies to solidify their own presence. Their moves are also inspiring a holistic growth for the market. These companies are Clearwater Seafood (Canada), AquaChile (Switzerland), Iglo Group (U.K.), High Liner Foods. (Canada), Marine Harvest (Norway), Leroy Seafood (Norway), Austevoll Seafood (Norway), and others. MRFR enlisted these companies for a better profiling of current trends that can impact the future market.

  • In August 2019, Haixin announced their decision to focus more on the sales of sea food as the growth in the first quarter for the segment was remarkable.