Rongcheng, China's distant-water fishing capital, commits to increasing value-added production

Fishing vessels in Rongcheng's port
Fishing vessels in Rongcheng's port | Photo courtesy of City of Rongcheng
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The municipal government of Rongcheng, a city in eastern China that is the home port for much of China’s distant-water fishing fleet, has announced a commitment to investing in more value-added contract meal processing. Rongcheng previously subsidized the construction of a “high-end premade seafood cuisine industrial park” that opened in 2023, offering international buyers a “one-stop facilitation service,” including R&D, to develop value-added seafood products.  In a May press release, it said…

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