As of May 2022, a total of 538,472 tons of imported seafood was imported, with 293 tons, or 0.05%, being frozen boiled mussels (half shell).
The import volume of frozen cooked mussels (half shell) in May was 48 tons, 120% more than the 20 tons of the previous year.
The average import volume from May 2017 to 2022 was 72 tons, and for the last six years, frozen boiled mussels (half shell) were the highest in 2017 (729 tons) and the lowest in 2021 (197 tons ).
Until May, 293 tons of frozen cooked mussels (half shell) were imported from New Zealand
In May, the imported amount of frozen cooked mussels (half shell) was USD 310,000, and the accumulated imported amount was USD 1.84 million, 57% more than the USD 1.18 million in the same period of the previous year.
The accumulated average unit price of imports in May was USD 6.31/kg, showing an increase of 5.4% compared to USD 5.99/kg the previous year.
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