Tom Seaman Prices for farmed shrimp from Thailand, the world’s largest producer, are creeping up, sources say. Prices from Thailand are firm, due to concerns of the effects of a government price support scheme, said Jim Gulkin, founder of Siam Canadian Foods, a Bangkok-based supplier. Prices to farmers this week are THB 130 ...
May 16, 2012Anakkawatt Kiatwikrai
Keep clicking back to our The Buzz blog for snippets of insight from the world of seafood. Charoen Pokphand Foods (CPF), the Thai agribusiness giant and the world’s largest shrimp farmer, is processing more of its own raw material in its value-added plants. The single largest shrimp farming group in Thailand CPF, ...
March 28, 2012Anakkawatt Kiatwikrai
It’s just a question of how much. The severe flooding in Thailand will hit shrimp production, it’s just a matter of to what degree, said executive in Bangkok. The most serious flooding in 30 years is expected in Thailand this week, with the Thai government predicting it will peak on Wednesday or ...
November 10, 2011Anakkawatt Kiatwikrai