Source: FAO Fishstat

Publish date: January 21, 2009

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Country Species Environment Prod. 2006 (tonnes)
China Japanese kelp (Laminaria) Marine 4 236 060
China Wakame Marine 1 982 800
Philippines Zanzibar weed Marine 1 299 642
China Warty gracilaria Marine 1 056 810
China Laver (nori) Marine 920 860
Korea, Dem. People’s Rep. Japanese kelp (Laminaria) Marine 444 300
Japan Laver (nori) Marine 367 678
Korea, Republic of Wakame Marine 322 371
Korea, Republic of Laver (nori) Marine 217 559
Korea, Republic of Japanese kelp (Laminaria) Marine 201 919
Japan Wakame Marine 59 092
Japan Japanese kelp (Laminaria) Marine 41 339


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