Cage farming trend is in


Fresh catch: A worker showing one of the varieties of fish farmed using the sustainable method. — Bernama

LANGKAWI: The demand for seafood is expected to rise in tandem with the increase in world population.

World Fish Centre, an international research organisation, re­­ported that the world fisheries output amounted to 160 million metric tonnes per annum and the demand was expected to reach 238 million metric tonnes per annum in the next 15 years.

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