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    FMIG Presentation 4. Innovative gear selectivity – current state of play. 17 April 2024.

    Shaun Fraser, UHI Shetland spoke about gear selectivity research at UHI Shetland including the Smartrawl field trials. This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. If needed please request an accessible format.
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    SECLG Presentation 2. How the seafood supply chain is addressing emerging issues and challenges. 5 March 2024.

    Mia Tucker, Issara Institute spoke about their model for worker-centred due diligence and remediation. This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. If needed please request an accessible format.
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    Seafish Levy Auditors Post Code Areas

    This file provides contacts details for the Seafish levy auditor for each postcode in the UK.
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    Seafish Annual Plan 2024-2025

    The Seafish Annual Plan for 2024-2025 outlines our priorities, goals and work programme for the year.
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    A Report on the Packaging of Gigas Oysters

    During the present century, consumption of oysters has declined acutely. They have been known in Britain since pre-Roman times, and whereas in Victorian times they were the food of the poor, they are now a scarce, expensive luxury. Yet they breed prolifically. Now the White Fish Authority plan to promote the cultivation of the gigas oyster in a number of oyster farms around the coast, and, side by side with growing, they are setting up a marketing operation to encourage the wider use of oysters by caterers and domestically. One prerequisite is effective, inexpensive packaging. We have, therefore, consulted growers and caterers (see appendix) about their views. Our conclusions on the packaging of both shucked and processed oyster meats will, we believe, be found acceptable to growers and caterers. 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.
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    SECLG Presentation 3. How the seafood supply chain is addressing emerging issues and challenges. 5 March 2024.

    Lucila Granada, FLEX and Mike Park, SWFPA spoke about Europe’s first Worker-Driven Social Responsibility initiative in UK fisheries. This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. If needed please request an accessible format.
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    SECLG Presentation 4. How the seafood supply chain is addressing emerging issues and challenges. 5 March 2024.

    Georgia Worrall, Seafood Ethics Action Alliance spoke about collaborating to understand and address emerging issues in the supply chain. This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. If needed please request an accessible format.
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    Seafood Consumption (2024 Update)

    Total UK seafood consumption stood at 144.55g /person/wk. down -7.7%. This equates to just over one, 140g portion per person per week. This means most people are still only eating around half of the recommended amount of seafood.
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    Farmed Seafood in Multiple Retail (2024 Update)

    In the year to March 2024, farmed seafood maintained its share of the UK top five bestselling species which in turn makes up the majority of UK seafood sales; accounting for an estimated 60% by value, and 41% by volume; worth £1.72bn with 88,033 tonnes.
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    FMIG Presentation 2. Decarbonisation of the UK fishing fleet. 23 January 2024.

    Dave Sampson, Ocean Prime spoke about building a roadmap to sail green and save money. This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. If needed please request an accessible format.
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    UK Seafood Supply Chain Overview: July-September 2023

    This report takes a high-level view of the whole of the seafood supply chain to explore factors impacting UK seafood markets, seafood business operations and consumer behaviour during July to September 2023.