Future of farmed Chilean salmon is strong

Farmed salmon exports from Chile are on the rise. However, Chilean suppliers are employing a cautious outlook for the next couple of years. Buyers should brace themselves for an upward trend in prices as the industry tries to increase profits despite rising production costs.

Chile is the world’s second biggest producer of Atlantic salmon after Norway, with its main markets of Japan, China and the United States showing no signs of slowing demand. In the first half of 2013, Chile exported 150,50…

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