At Seafish, our purpose is to secure a sustainable and profitable future for the UK seafood industry.
Seafish consists of three divisions, each led by an Executive Director, with the Chief Executive, Paul Williams, having overall accountability for Seafish.
As a levy body, Seafish represents the UK seafood industry.
We have started the process of formulating our next Corporate Plan, which will run from 2015 through to 2018.
Seafish recently held a conversation with industry over a levy rates review proposing a reduction in the standard rate of levy by 10%.
Every year, the Seafish executive team compiles an annual report to present to parliament.
Keep up with the latest news and opinion from Seafish, the authority on seafood.
Seafish is a Non-Departmental Public Body (NDPB) set up by the Fisheries Act 1981 to improve efficiency and raise standards across the seafood industry.
Balancing the needs of everybody involved in the UK seafood industry is a complex task, and one that involves taking on a range of responsibilities.
In this section we will display any invitation to tender that Seafish has issued
The most recent survey data reveals that fewer than one in three Britons consumes the recommended two or more portions of seafood a week, and that just over half (52%) of our population is aware of the government’s recommendation to consume seafood at least twice a week for optimum health.
The global seafood industry is dynamic. News stories reveal advances in the industry every week, and events take place across the world all year round.