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Report - Sea Fish Authority, Hull October 2013

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by AuntieKnickers, Oct 14, 2013.

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    The Sea Fish Industry Authority (or Seafish) was established in 1981, and charged with working with the UK seafood industry to promote good quality, sustainable seafood. Seafish revised its mission in 2008. Its new mission is: "supporting the seafood industry for a sustainable, profitable future."


    Seafish was established in the United Kingdom under the Fisheries Act 1981 through the amalgamation of the Herring Industry Board and the White Fish Authority. Seafish has its administrative base in the Scottish city of Edinburgh and has its research & development base in Grimsby, the UK's main base for the fishing industry and frozen food. The organisation in Grimsby moved into the new Humber Seafood Institute, run by the Grimsby Institute, on July 2008. It was formerly based on St Andrews Dock in Hull.

    Seafish carries out research and projects aimed at raising standards, improving efficiency and ensuring the sustainable development of the industry. As well as supplying training and R&D, Seafish operates accreditation schemes for fish & chip shops, fishermen, wholesalers and processors. Seafish has an economics team which collects, interprets and disseminates data about various UK seafood sectors.









    Thanks for looking :)
    #1 AuntieKnickers, Oct 14, 2013
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