The integrity of the seafood supply chain is the focus of a number of Seafish-facilitated discussion forums.
These groups provide a discussion platform for some of the most important issues facing our industry, particularly in relation to the responsible sourcing of seafood. They are an opportunity for all those involved in the seafood supply chain to reach a consensus on common issues.
Current forums include:
- The Common Language Group
- The Discard Action Group
- The Pelagic Industry Issues Group
- The Seafood Ethics Common Language Group
- The Skate and Rays Group
There are also a number of similar groups specifically operating within the aquaculture sector; for more information about these, please see the Aquaculture groups page.
Seafish Industry Meetings Disclaimer Guidelines are here
For further information on any of the groups or to be added to the mailing list contact Karen Green
The Common Language Group (CLG) develops understanding on a range of important issues affecting the seafood supply chain.
The Discard Action Group is a forum for the discussion of industry-wide problems relating to discards.
The Seafood Ethics Common Language Group has been set up by Seafish to bring together all sectors of the seafood supply chain to provide a collective response to growing concerns regarding unethical practices within the global seafood market.
The Skates and Rays Group brings together all sectors of the supply chain to facilitate an understanding, across the supply chain, of issues surrounding the conservation of stocks, and the management of skate and ray fisheries. The intention is to enhance these fisheries continuing viability as responsible fisheries.
The Seafish Pelagic Industry Issues Group (PIIG) is an amalgam of interested parties drawn together to develop consensus positions on a range of important issues affecting the UK pelagic industry.