As vaccinations are administered around the world at a quickening pace, consumers and businesses are looking ahead to a return to normal.
COVID-19 dramatically reshaped consumer behavior, resulting in major changes to seafood supply chains. From the collapse of foodservice to the growth in retail sales to the retooling of factories, the seafood industry had to overhaul its business practices virtually overnight.
But what pandemic-inspired changes will last? Will the surge in retail sales lead to long-term growth in seafood sales? Will the spike in the development of skin-pack and grab-and-go seafood products fade away?
The growth in online ordering has opened new sales channels for many seafood companies. Will this channel offer growth opportunities in the coming years? And what will happen to foodservice sales when in-restaurant dining is restored in full?
These are just a few of the many questions we answer in the new IntraFish Business Intelligence report, “Selling Seafood in the Post-Covid Era.”
This report features insights from top seafood executives across the value chain, retail and foodservice experts and leading industry analysts. It also includes results from IntraFish's Seafood Executive Outlook Survey where hundreds of seafood execs weigh in on future investments, key challenges, 12-month sales growth and more.