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SR682 Opportunities for brown crab processed products in selected European markets - trade perspectives.

A Garrett et al

This research is an in-depth review of brown crab processed products as seen from a trade perspective. 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 within the EU.

June 2015Download PDF

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