Seafood 2040

The Seafood 2040 Strategic Framework (Seafood 2040) is the result of shared enterprise from stakeholders across the seafood supply chain in pursuit of a forward thinking action plan that sets out a vision for an industry that is sustainable and truly thriving – a success story on built on collaboration, innovation and best practice.

SF2040 was delivered to the Minister of State at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, George Eustice, in November 2017 who gave his support. Funding was sought from the European Maritime & Fisheries Fund (EMFF) and successfully granted for 2 years. The project will run from September 2018 – 2020.

SF2040 contains 25 recommendations that when implemented, can lead to a thriving and sustainable English seafood industry across the value chain. Whilst this plan is focussed solely on the industry in England, it is acknowledged that implementation of the recommendations will have a positive impact on the whole of the UK seafood industry. SF2040 is the first step in a longer journey, however, it sets out a shared destination that will hopefully inspire great work and deliver real value for the seafood industry.

Seafood 2040 - History and Purpose +

Seafood 2040 - Structure and Governance +

Seafood 2040 - A Strategic Framework for England +

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