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    Seafish Corporate Plan 2018-2021

    The new Seafish Corporate Plan for 2018-21 sets out our mission, vision and values for the next three years. The Plan includes the new High Level Objectives and strategic outcomes for Seafish, along with more detailed information about the Seafish work programmes which support them. The Plan has been developed in partnership with industry and key stakeholders and will be our key tool in communicating our delivery promise during 2018-2021.
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    2014 UK Seafood Processing Industry Report

    The fish processing industry has a long-standing tradition and is of key importance to regional UK economies. This report presents an overview and detailed analysis of the fish processing industry with particular emphasis on the sea fish processing sector. The analyses contained in this report utilise the latest UK seafood processing industry information, which is gathered and managed by Seafish Economics, namely 2014 Census data, 2012 Financial Survey data and qualitative research data gathered in late 2014 – early 2015.
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    Labour in UK seafood processing 2018 Annual Report

    This report presents the findings of Seafish's annual survey of workforce composition in the seafood processing sector in 2017 and results of the first quarterly survey on ease of recruitment and retention of staff in the seafood processing sector.
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    Review of Covid-19 impacts on the UK seafood industry: October-December 2020

    The third 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.
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    Composting Seafood Waste

    This report focuses on high temperature composting and follows a range of mixes of sea-food waste with household ‘green waste’ (i.e. grass clippings, hedge trimmings and garden vegetable residues), through the composting process as replicated treatments and concludes with bioassay and plant growing trials on the resultant composted material.
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    Scottish Seafish Advisory Committee Minutes - February 2020

    Minutes from the Scottish Seafish Advisory Committe (SSAC) meeting held on Tuesday 4 February 2020.
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    Review of Covid-19 impacts on the UK seafood industry: July-September 2020

    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.
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    Seafish Delivery Report 2016 - 2017

    The Seafish Delivery Report 2016 - 2017 looks back at performance against KPIs in the 2016- 2017 Annual Plan and includes case studies and key achievements.
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    Climate change adaptation in aquaculture sourced seafood - full report

    The report concerns UK seafood supply chains reliant on domestic and international aquaculture production. It covers major impacts from key climate change drivers, from production to processing, and sets out major areas of adaptation action.
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    The Seafood Market in The UAE

    This is the presentation set for the trade webinar on seafood markets in the UAE.
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    Seafood-waste disposal at sea – a scientific review

    Due to the recent tightening of regulations surrounding the disposal of seafood processing waste to landfill, fish and shellfish processors are now facing a rise in the cost and difficulty of waste disposal. This is of particular concern in remote areas where alternative uses (e.g. fishmeal) are neither accessible nor economically viable and therefore, cost effective and environmentally-sound solutions to the disposal of this waste need to be found. This report examines the potential for disposal at sea, together with the likely impacts and advice on the selection of appropriate sites for disposal.
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    Final Note on Seafood Ethics Common Language Group meeting on 13 July 2015

    Final note on the Seafood Ethics Common Language Group meeting held at Friends House, London on Monday 13 July 2015.