Myanmar is rich in both fresh water and marine resources. Fishery sector is one of the major components of current economy of Myanmar. The strategic advantages of fishery products are chemical free from both inland water bodies and ponds. The current marine environment is still free from industrial pollution. Processing is complying with GMP and SSOP. HACCP system is also pursuing in processing plants.
Major exporting fresh water fishes are Hilsa, Pangush, Katla, Rohu, Mrigla and Tilapia. Marine fishes are Grouper, Tooth Snapper, Red Snapper, Ribbon Fish, White Croaker, Yellow Croaker, White Pomfret, Yellow Pike Conger, Talang Queenfish and Long Tongue Sole. Shell fishes and mollusks such as Tiger Shrimp, White Shrimp, Pink Shrimp and Squid are also exported. Fishery products are exported in frozen, chilled and alive forms.
Major importing countries are as follows;
Asia and Pacific
Europe and others
Myanmar farms are using natural fertilizers and free from agrochemicals for food safety and environmental friendly. Exported products are mainly from our subsidiary, affiliated, associated and collaborated farms.
Mostly Yellow Maize, Black Matpe, Green Mung Bean, Pigeon Pea (Toor Whole), Chick Pea, Kidney Bean, Soya Bean, Black Eyed Bean, Butter Bean and Sesame Seeds are exported.
Significant importing countries are India, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia, Bangladesh, China, Vietnam, Philippines and Japan.
|Foreign matter includes dust, sand and other admixtures.
Damaged by insect includes the grains bitten/bored and infested.
Damaged otherwise includes immature, shrivelled, heated fungi and discoloured grains.
Foreign beans are beans other then the specified quality.
Sister beans are as follows;
(a) Butter beans and white beans
(b) White pelun and rose pelun
(c) Black matpe and green matpe
(d) Pedesein and pedinet
(e) Yellow peyin, red peyin and black peyin
Analysis percentage results are to be obtained by weight on random general average samples as per attached specification of different qualities.