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Details of winning businesses and individuals in the various award categories of the 2020 National Fish & Chip Awards.
Best Practice Guidance for Assessing the Financial Performance of Fishing Gear: Industry-led gear trialsSeafish has developed Best Practice Guidance for industry- and scientist-led gear trials to help vessel owners choose the right gear for their business. Seafish has developed these guides alongside a Financial Assessment Spreadsheet for vessel owners and trial supervisors to provide a straightforward, standardised way for users to collect, analyse and compare gear trial results and assess the financial effectiveness of fishing modifications.
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.
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.
This factsheet provides insight and trends on seafood consumption in the UK, up to June 2019.
This factsheet contains key statistics relating to the trade of seafood between in the UK and the EU in 2019.
An overview of the stock status and management advice for Northeast Atlantic mackerel. It has been prepared for a non-technical audience and is primarily directed at mackerel processors and retailers.
This workbook is to support individuals working in an independent or mobile fishmonger business.
This Marine Scotland Science Report is a series of reports that publish the results of research and monitoring carried out by Marine Scotland Science. These reports are not subject to formal external peer-review.
The key features leaflet contains a summary of the full report. Our intent in providing this summary is to clearly illustrate practical options to improve fuel efficiency to UK vessel owners and skippers. By providing this information we hope to encourage fuel efficient practices and provide guidance on evaluating investment in new equipment needed to adopt new practices, thereby enhancing the profitability of vessel business.
This report presents the findings of the sixth Seafish quaterly survey of recruitment in the seafood processing sector.