Production of seabass and seabream, two of the EU’s most important farmed fish species, has grown at a decent rate over the past two decades, but there is a lot of work to be done if the sector is going to fend off the competition from non-EU imports and make a greater contribution to the bloc’s rising demand for seafood, according to seafood analyst Paul Valle of Kontali Analyze AS.

Speaking at the World Seafood Congress 2017 (WSC) in Reykjavik, Iceland, Valle said that al…