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Industry Panels come together to shape the future of Seafish

Posted by Paul WIlliams, Chief Executive on 26 July 2012

The Seafish Panels are our new mechanism for giving industry direct influence over the work that Seafish carries out and for looking at how we use the levy. They are made up of representatives from all the different industry sectors p...more

Is Britain missing a trick in Brussels?

Posted by Jon Harman, Operations Director on 26 April 2012

I've been coming to the European Seafood Exposition for longer than I care to remember. It was nice though to be able to demonstrate to a former associate that it really isn't necessary to share a taxi from the airport to the show as the free shuttle bus works very well (just think of al...more

Yes, you can eat cod with a clear conscience!

Posted by John Rutherford, FASFA on 14 December 2011

Isn't it everyone's fantasy to be eating chocolate with friendly Norwegians while listening to a marine scientist explain why there are more cod in the Barents Sea today than at any time since the end of WW2?

This particular treat was part of the third day of an extraordinary t...more

The latest on fish labelling regulation

Posted by Peter Wilson on 01 July 2011

This week I attended the Group of the European People's Party (EPP Group) public hearing on 'Traceability and Labelling of Fish Products in the EU Market'. The aim was to promote a better understanding of the issues around ori...more

A seasonal blip or signs of things to come?

Posted by Jon Harman on 19 May 2011

Over the past couple of years we have heard the buzz phrase 'food security' being introduced into conversations on the development of policy, but how is this likely to manifest itself in the seafood sector?

The world fishing industry was displaying its wares at the more