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Canned tuna in Italy


INFOFISH International ( 6): 16-19
Canned tuna in Italy
Italy has no tradition as an oceanic tuna catching nation, and no large-size tuna fleet exists. Italian tuna production is limited to 4000 to 5000 tonnes of northern bluefin. However, Italy is one of the biggest canned tuna consumers in the world, and its industry completely depends on imports for raw material. Practically all the 120 000 tonnes of tuna annually processed by the Italian canning industry comes from imports.


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