The three-year SEAFOODTOMORROW project brings together 35 partners (consisting of 19 research institutes, 12 SMEs, 4 interest association groups (IAGS) and 13 third-party affiliate organisations from across 19 European countries with the most up-to-date technological development and market-oriented expertise to meet these challenges. With a strong focus on innovation, SEAFOODTOMORROW works directly with recognised industry experts and research institutions with proven track records. The project has put knowledge management structures in place that ensure the project’s innovative solutions will be transferred to relevant end users in the seafood production and processing sectors. Using this comprehensive approach, SEAFOODTOMORROW offers a strong and transdisciplinary partnership that is addressing food security challenges by finding innovative solutions for seafood and associated environmental issues.

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