It's no secret that all regions of Italy, except Umbria, are washed by the seas. But an interesting fact is that while catching sea fish is small. Although, on the tables of Italians you can see a variety of fish - it's herring, hake, salmon, salmon and others. Seafood is prepared 2-3 times a week. This regular use of fish in the Italian diet has a very positive effect on the health of the body and helps maintain a healthy lifestyle. After all, the fish contain a lot of omega-3 and other useful substances. In cities, fish products are bought in stores or from proven importers. In the coastal villages, the matter is different: the main place to buy fresh fish, as many years ago, remains the fish market.
In the last 5 years, Italy has become one of the main importers of Vietnamese fish products. Over the years, import performance has grown significantly.
Imagine that 3% of the value of export of frozen and fresh fish from Vietnam comes from the Italian market.
According to the Association of Seafood Importers and Exporters of Vietnam, the main import articles of fishery products to Italy were squid, octopus, pangasius, shrimp, sea fish and bivalve mollusks.
But the organization MARR is the leader in Italy in the restaurant distribution sector. For over 40 years. MARR serves caterers (restaurants, hotels, tourist villages) and caterers (dining rooms, schools, hospitals) offering a range of 10,000 product names (Norwegian fish, Norwegian salmon, Herring, Hake, Salmon, Meat, Salmon, Meat, Various Products). , vegetables, fruits, equipment), representing a unique exclusive offer of products under own trade mark.