According to the 2022 edition of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization's 2022 edition of the State of the World's Fisheries and Aquaculture (SOFIA) report, total global seafood production will decline due to the 2019 new crown virus pandemic, but is expected to rebound.

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Changes in dietary trends can also spur demand, with a greater focus on better health, nutrition and diet, the report found. Per capita aquatic product consumption is projected to reach 21.4 kg by 2030, with the highest growth rates in Oceania (12 percent), the Americas (9 percent), Asia (7 percent) and Europe (6 percent).