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SR683 Consumer perceptions of processed products in selected European markets

A Garrett et al

This research is a broad review of consumer perceptions of brown crab processed products. The research is produced as a specific output of the wider Acrunet Activity 5 which seeks to understand the wider system of brown crab practices from production to consumption.

June 2015Download PDF

SR684 Case study: consumer messages concerning brown crab products in selected European market

A Garrett et al

This case is an in-depth review of brown crab products as seen from a consumer perspective. The case is produced as a specific output of the wider Acrunet Activity 5 which seeks to understand the wider system of brown crab practices from production to consumption. Topics covered include ethics of production (animal welfare - clawing, harvesting, storage and slaughter); food safety (biotoxins and cadmium); labelling; and stocks .

June 2015Download PDF

Project Inshore - Stage 3 project update March 2015

Acoura

This document outlines the Project Inshore work through the four stages which progress from a broad overview of English inshore fisheries to strategic targeted action plans.

March 2015Download PDF

Project Inshore - Stage 3 Strategic Sustainability Review Cornwall Inshore Fisheries & Conervation Authority

Rod Cappell (Acoura)

his report presents stage 3 of Project Inshore where findings of stage 1’s data gathering on fisheries within each IFCA and the results of stage 2’s MSC pre-assessment conducted for fisheries around England’s coast (involving over 400 different species, stock and gear combinations) are considered to provide a Strategic Sustainability Review tailored to the Devon & Severn IFCA

March 2015Download PDF

Project Inshore - Stage 3 Strategic Sustainability Review Devon & Severn Inshore Fisheries & Conervation Authority

Tim Huntingdon (Acoura)

This report presents stage 3 of Project Inshore where findings of stage 1’s data gathering on fisheries within each IFCA and the results of stage 2’s MSC pre-assessment conducted for fisheries around England’s coast (involving over 400 different species, stock and gear combinations) are considered to provide a Strategic Sustainability Review tailored to the Devon & Severn IFCA

March 2015Download PDF