Webinar: Global Smoked Salmon Market - Statistics, Trends, and Outlook

Thursday, March 4th, 2021 @ 10:00 am ET

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In early 2020, however, the global economy entered a period of the crisis caused by the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. In order to battle the spread of the virus, most countries in the world implemented quarantine measures that put on halt production and transport activity, which undermined economic growth heavily throughout the world. Large-scale quarantine measures constitute the key disruptive factor, due to which production dropped across almost every industry and entire economic sectors are closed, such as catering, non-food retail, and personal services.

The shutdown of the HoReCa sector led to a significant decrease in the production of bakery and Japanese fish dishes, which overall depresses the demand for smoked salmon. Moreover, in the context of falling incomes, consumers primarily tend to exclude non-staple goods from purchases, which include smoked salmon. Thus, a sharp drop in household incomes is a powerful factor that will restrain the smoked salmon market in the medium term.

On the other hand, given the reduction in the number of visits to shops and malls, consumers started to cook more at home. This promotes the demand for food home cooking ingredients, as well as for ready-to-eat products. Smoked salmon fits those requirements as it is typically sold ready for consumption and it could be stored for a certain period of time.

Accordingly, retail packaging adapted to different consumption situations becomes more popular: family packages, single person packages of various shapes and dimensions, snack packages, etc. People are less likely to visit stores, therefore the packaging with increased capacity may become more suitable. Given the limitations of the HoReCa sector and the reduced number of visits to traditional malls and shops, online retail is becoming a more important channel for the sale of food products. Moreover, contactless delivery becomes a ‘must-have’ option for retail services.

The high dependency of the smoked salmon market on international trade means that the lower transport activity and the possible disruption of smoked salmon supply chains are serious threats to the market. Thus, smoked salmon imports dropped to $1.7B in 2019 (IndexBox estimates). The total import value increased at an average annual rate of +6.9% over the period from 2012 to 2019. 


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Alexander Romanenko
CEO, Co-Founder
Alexander is the founder and CEO of IndexBox.

For over 10 years now, IndexBox has been conducting market research, completing consulting work, and selling reports.

IndexBox Inc.
Ivan Borovoi
Market Analyst, Editor
Ivan Borovoi is a market analyst and editor at IndexBox Inc.

For over 10 years now, IndexBox has been conducting market research, completing consulting work, and selling reports.

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