On 31 March 2021, SEAFOODTOMORROW hosted a policymakers’ meeting to showcase relevant results and outputs for future EU fish and seafood policies.
Here you can find the presentations and video recordings of the meeting. Click the links below to access the presentation or watch the recording on YouTube!
Welcome and overview, António Marques, IPMA (SEAFOODTOMORROWProject Coordinator)
Session 1: Outputs from SEAFOODTOMORROW affecting seafood sustainability
Sustainable management of shellfish production areas, Michelle Price-Hayward, CEFAS (same presentation was given at SEAFOODTOMORROWFinal Event)
Reduction of energy and water in seafood processing, Israel Muñoz, IRTA
Novel sustainable feed ingredients for tailor-made farmed fish and multi-trophic aquaculture, Jorge Dias, Sparos
Session 2: Outputs from SEAFOODTOMORROW affecting food safety
Rapid screening for contaminants in seafood, Mònica Campàs, IRTA
Listeria-specific bacteriophages for safer ready-to-eat seafood, Amaia Lasagabaster, AZTI
Detoxification procedure to reduce PSP (paralytic shellfish poisoning), Jorge Lago Alvarado, ANFACO
Depuration strategies to reduce norovirus in oysters, Andrew Younger, CEFAS
Session 3: Outputs from SEAFOODTOMORROW affecting consumers
Benchmark for seafood quality certification schemes and labelling, Hannah Richardson, MRAG
Digital traceability system for the seafood trade chain, Jean-Jacques Le Delliou, PREDELL
Tailor-made seafood-based meals for vulnerable groups, Murielle Fretigny, IDmer
Fast screening tools for seafood authenticity, Sofie Derycke, ILVO
For more on this event, please contact Siân Astley (email@example.com).