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Aquariums in the ascendancy

Packaged Facts

Aquariums are in the ascendancy in the USA. Photo: Pixabay/iris kuktus

According to the market research company Packaged Facts, the number of households keeping ornamental fish has been on the increase in the last two years following a decline in the first half of the decade.

In 2016, the segment once again recorded reasonable sales of fish and aquarium products (including fish food, aquariums and tank decorations) amounting to 1.1 billion US dollars.

Further growth in the market is expected up to 2020, according to Packaged Facts.




|11 October 2017

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