UK Seafood Infrastructure Scheme Grant: Quick Guide for Fish Processors The deadline is fast approaching for grant applications to the first round of the UK Seafood Fund: Infrastructure Scheme. UK fish processors and others interested in the scheme must submit...
How to Profitably Process Small Whitefish in the UK and Ireland – Whitepaper There are two things that typically happen when small whitefish are part of the fishing industry’s catch. In terms of this article and whitepaper, we are talking about whitefish that...
4 Trends Shaping Fish Processing in 2022 The fish processing industry never stands still, but what issues are currently having the biggest impact? What are the opportunities that exist, and what are the risks that fish processors are increasingly having to deal with?...
Fishing For Profit On-Demand Webinar Whether you own a fishing vessel or are involved with fish and seafood processing on land, you can’t afford to miss the next edition of MARELEC Live if you’re keen to maximize efficiency and profitability. Watch the...
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