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Sri Lanka has a long history of reliance on the sea for the nutritional and economic well-being of its people. The very location of Sri Lanka as an island in the Indian Ocean lends the country an advantageous position as a seafood sourcing destination, a privilege that’s exclusive to the islands.

Also, the numberless inland waters such as rivers, man-made tanks, lagoons, backwaters, and reservoirs whose water is mainly used for irrigating all kinds of crops, generating hydropower and for distributing for industrial and domestic consumption, also yield a significant harvest of inland fish and crustaceans that are used for both domestic consumption and export purposes.