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This presentation by Barrie Deas, National Federation of Fishermen's Organisations (NFFO) outlined the progress of the Shellfish Industry Advisory Group.
This factsheet provides a summary of the performance of frozen seafood in multiple retail to October 2020.
Labour and skills study of the seafood industry in Wales
Part of the Seafood 2040 strategy for aquaculture in England - this document gives a brief overview of key strategic principles and objectives.
Part of the Seafood 2040 aquaculture strategy for England - this full report includes a review of the English aquaculture landscape and current barriers to growth, along with the rationale and methodology behind the strategy.
This presentation by Michel Kaiser, Heriot Watt University outlined the next steps for the Future of Our Inshore Fisheries project.
The second report in a series of reviews on the impacts of Covid-19 on the UK seafood sector. It takes a high-level view of the seafood supply chain exploring the impact on seafood markets, business operations and consumer behaviour.
A summary of topics discussed at the Future of Our Inshore Fisheries Steering Group meeting held on 3 November 2020
Part of the Seafood 2040 aquaculture strategy for England - this summary document sets the scene, highlighting the opportunities and growth aspirations alongside a plan for delivery.
This report presents the findings of the sixth Seafish quaterly survey of recruitment in the seafood processing sector.
The wet fish stern trawler LUNEDA (J. Marr and Sons, Fleetwood) was chartered by the White fish authority on behalf of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food for a 14 day voyage in February 1974. The purpose of the voyage was to make a start upon the assessment of the commercial viability of the stocks of deep water fish, especially grenadiers, which had been found in depths between 400 and 700 fathoms in surveys in 1973. During the voyage only 8 days fishing were possible because of bad weather conditions but the vessel nevertheless landed 680, ten stone kits of various species. The proportion of grenadiers landed (27% of the catch) was lower than anticipated from the earlier surveys but this was more than compensated for by a high catch (329 kits) of blue ling, which was not expected at these depths in these quantities. This report has been produced from a scanned original and may therefore contain some formatting and other inaccuracies. In cases where this affects the technical content, a paper copy of the original report can still be obtained from Seafish.
Twin Rig with Three Warps towed from Centre Point.