Seafood processing: Making the most of marine resources

Cyber Marine at The Food Bowl, Auckland, New Zealand

Source: Callaghan Innovation

A research programme in New Zealand is creating technologies to maximise the value from the country’s fisheries

Like many countries, New Zealand has a quota management system to ensure the continued sustainability of its wild fisheries. Strict control of capture volumes has meant an increasing need to get more value from landed fish. At the same time, finfish and shellfish aquaculture are expected to grow, with additional biomass from farmed species also becoming available for processing.

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