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Fishing spatial-temporal pressures and sensitivities analysis for MPA Fish-ing Industry Collaboration Pilot FES 252: Report on Seafish workshop on the physical effects of fishing activities on the Dogger Bank


This workshop, which is part of a larger project; Fishing Spatial-Temporal pressures and sen-sitivities analysis for MPAs (FES 252) carried out by NFFO and funded by EFF, is designed to review knowledge of physical actions on the seabed of fishing gear components and their envi-ronmental effects in order to contribute to this process of risk assessment.

November 2012Download PDF

The value of Irish Sea Marine Conservation Zones to the Northern Irish fishing industry

Cappell. R, Nimmo. F, Rooney. L

This report is by Poseidon Aquatic Resource Management Ltd at the request of the Seafish Northern Ireland Advisory Committee (SNIAC) and was funded by Seafish.

August 2012Download PDF

Review of polyphosphates as additives and testing methods for them in scallops and prawns

Campden BRI

Seafish commissioned Campden BRI to conduct a desk-based literature review to provide information on the use of polyphosphates in seafood products, notably scallops and prawns. This report provides background information on polyphosphates including what they are, their presence, composition, how they interact with the product, how they break down over time and naturally occurring levels. A review of testing methodologies is also included.

April 2012Download PDF

Retail Overview Q1 2012

R, Watson

Q1 2012. Retail Summary (focus on chilled): Seafood value, volume, value; share of trade; switching and promotions; most popular species; economic context; demographics; UK Shopper; Insight

April 2012Download PDF

Evaluation of free of flesh shell criteria; implementation and uptake evaluation

Aquatic Water Services Ltd

Following on from a previous study to develop test criteria for defining 'free of flesh' shell, further trials have been undertaken to see whether a leach based test methodology could be used as an alternative. Additional tests were carried out on a range of different processes to identify which may be commercially feasible for producing free of flesh shell. The results of the trials showed that the leach based testing methodology was not reliable as a method. Crushing shell is an important stage in difficult to clean products such as crab. A commercial hybrid shell cleaning system could be suitable for commercial use but further engineering is required to develop a suitable system and the commercial viability will be dependant on any value of the clean shell by-products.

March 2012Download PDF