Food farms are expected to produce about two thirds of the global fish supply by 2030 (see FAO and World Bank – joint report Fish to 2030: Prospects for Fisheries and Aquaculture.

More facts below:

The world’s most traded fish

Total value of products traded

Shrimp – 15 percent
Salmon and trout – 14 percent
Groundfish (cod, hake, haddock and pollock) – 10 percent
Tuna – 9 percent
Cephalopods (octopus, squid and cuttlefish) – 3 percent
Fishmeal – 3 percent
Fish oil – 1 percent

World Fish Trade to Set New Records (resource):

Top 3 exporters 2013

China – $19.6 billion
Norway – $10.4 billion
Thailand – $7.0 billion

Top 3 importers 2013

USA – $19.0 billion
Japan – $15.3 billion
China – $8.0 billion

See also FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Fact Sheets