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Fish and Fishery Products: World Apparent Consumption Statistics Based On Food Balance Sheets 1961-2003

By: Gabriella Laurenti
Fish and Fishery Products: World Apparent Consumption Statistics Based On Food Balance Sheets 1961-2003
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  • Fish and Fishery Products: World Apparent Consumption Statistics Based On Food Balance Sheets 1961-2003 ISBN: 9789251058121 Paperback Dec 2007 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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This document summarises more than four decades of statistics of apparent consumption of fish and fishery products based on supply/utilisation accounts for 223 countries, six continental aggregates, four economic groupings and world totals. Data is given for total and per capita supply in live weight on a yearly basis. Indicative nutritional values in terms of animal and total proteins are also provided. For 40 major food fish consuming countries, balances are provided for the supply in quantities and nutritional factors of eight main groups of species of similar biological characteristics. A section comprising descriptive and analytical graphs supplements the data.

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By: Gabriella Laurenti
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