In the seafood sector, data accuracy directly impacts the shelf-life of fish products. Research by the UN evidenced that ~50m tonnes of seafood...Read More.
This project will apply a novel detection method, hyperspectral imaging (HSI), for the rapid identification of a food-borne bacterial disease in fish products....Read More.
As the UK consumer switches to a more sustainable and healthy diet, the consumption of warm-water prawns is on the increase. This means...Read More.
The project aim is the development of a pack atmosphere support system for deployment during the live export, from the UK, of crabs...Read More.
Take the Bait is an innovative UK-wide partnership between Macduff Shellfish, Bangor University’s BioComposites Centre, and the Pembrokeshire-based charity Sea Trust. The feasibility...Read More.
HSSMI and MarinTrust’s Seafood Traceability (SeaTrace) project, funded by the UK Seafood Innovation Fund, engaged 26 industry stakeholders to determine how key data elements (KDEs) were captured at...Read More.
Sustainable packaging and reducing carbon emissions are key agendas for the fish and seafood industry. Continued use of Expanded Polystyrene Foam boxes and...Read More.
The Eco-fish Box (EfB) project concerns the design and development of biobased foam thermal insulation packaging prototypes as a pioneering approach to e-commerce...Read More.
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