Trade and regulation
The UK seafood industry is facing unprecedented change with Brexit and the impacts of Covid-19. We help seafood businesses prepare and respond to challenges and opportunities that impact trade.
UK exit from the EU
Brexit has changed how we trade, fish and work with the EU. Find practical support and guidance to help your business understand the new rules.
Covid-19 support for the seafood industry
Covid-19 continues to affect our lives and businesses. Find advice and guidance on working safely, financial support and other business critical needs
Regulation in aquaculture
The aquaculture industry is is growing in the UK. Find information on how to get started and regulations to help you farm seafood safely.
A thriving international seafood industry brings economic benefits and helps to create healthy and sustainable communities around the world.
Seafood traceability and labelling regulations
Seafood traceability and labelling regulations ensure that seafood can be tracked through the supply chain and is described accurately to consumers.
Packaging and waste legislation
Packaging and waste legislation is in place to protect consumers and reduce the seafood industry's carbon footprint.
Contaminants are any substances found in food that have not been added intentionally.
Residues from veterinary medicines used by culturists to treat fish and shellfish can sometimes be detected in seafood.
Food hygiene legislation affects all UK businesses involved in the handling of food.
The UK will leave the EU Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) at the end of 2020.