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Source: FAO Fishstat

Publish date: January 21, 2009

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Country Species Environment Prod. 2006 (tonnes)
China Pacific cupped oyster Marine 3 892 027
Korea, Republic of Pacific cupped oyster Marine 283 296
Japan Pacific cupped oyster Marine 208 182
France Pacific cupped oyster Marine 116 150
USA American cupped oyster Marine 55 188
USA Pacific cupped oyster Marine 32 163
Taiwan Pacific cupped oyster Marine 28 547
Australia Pacific cupped oyster Marine 7 924
Canada Pacific cupped oyster Marine 7 500
Ireland Pacific cupped oyster Marine 6 511
Canada American cupped oyster Marine 4 988
Australia Sydney cupped oyster Marine 4 071
Mexico American cupped oyster Brackishwater 4 041
Spain European flat oyster Marine 3 216
New Zealand Pacific cupped oyster Marine 2 800
Mexico Pacific cupped oyster Marine 1 479
UK Pacific cupped oyster Marine 1 376
Chile Pacific cupped oyster Marine 1 361
UK Pacific cupped oyster Marine 1 376
France European flat oyster Marine 1 000

 

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