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Chinese standard: Determination of Cadmium in Foods

National Health and Family Planning Commission

GB5009.15-2014 NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA (Zhenghua Renmin Gongheguo Guojia Biaozhun) Food Safety National Standard: Determination of Cadmium in Foods (replaces GB/T 5009.15-2003). Atomic absorption spectrophotometry.

January 2015Download PDF

(1) Application for Survey & Certification

Marine Survey

Application for Survey & Certification

June 2018Download PDF

(44) Application for Consultancy Service

Marine Survey

Application for Consultancy Service

June 2018Download PDF

2010 Retail Review (Q4)

Richard B Watson

In the 52 weeks to 25th Dec 2010 the GB seafood retail market slowed. Worth £2.839 billion, up 0.6% on last year, with volume sales falling -1.0% to 377,468 tonnes. This modest value growth was driven by the chilled sector (3.2%) by positive growth in the top 3 chilled species: salmon (2%), Warm Water Prawns (9.4%), and Cod (5%). Both the value and volume of ambient fell sharply (-4.6% and -4.3% respectively), as a result of a corresponding fall in the volume and value of tuna and salmon. Wholesale skipjack prices rose by nearly 100% at the beginning of 2010 (Infofish Trade News) . With the recent reduction in catch quota, rising demand from new markets (Asia) and uncertainty over oil and tinplate prices, further price increases are predicted for 2011 (Globefish)

February 2011Download PPTX

2010 Trade summary

R. Watson

UK exports continue double digit growth for the second consecutive year. The global seafood markets are in flux, resulting in changes in traditional import/export dynamics. Emerging markets such as Russia, Brazil, Mexico, Middle East & West Africa, are beginning to displace EU, USA and Japan as the principal seafood markets. 2010 saw strong demand, and limited supply driving prices of the most popular UK consumed species; including salmon, WWP and tuna.

February 2011Download PPT