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Quality, Traceability and Labelling in Aquaculture a Must to Become a Preferred Supplier!

By Hilbrands, Aldin

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Title: Quality, Traceability and Labelling in Aquaculture a Must to Become a Preferred Supplier!  
Author: Hilbrands, Aldin
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Language: English
Subject: United Nations., Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. FAO agriculture series, Agriculture
Collections: United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization Collection
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Publisher: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; Digitizer: Fao

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Nutrition Reference Publication

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Excerpt: The fast growth of the industry has not been without conflicts particularly relating to food quality and the environment but also to other activities (such as tourism). Since the industry is relatively young, it is currently facing similar development problems that previously affected the meat industry. Food scandals have increased attention to fish products as a perceived ?green?, healthy and pure alternative to meat products. For the last few years, the aquaculture industry has had to develop management systems in a pro-active way in order to show its credibility to the end consumer and reassure product quality. As a result of the increased market demand for fish products, an increasing number of aquaculture and fisheries certification programmes have been developed, or are under development. These programmes can be used as a model by the European freshwater aquaculture sector, which either join successful and relevant ones or to draw on these and build a tailor-made scheme for their own market. Independent verification of product and process claims on aquaculture products is a prerequisite for a successful programme. Aquaculture producers should be stimulated by the EC to join or develop a market-oriented production scheme in cooperation with other stakeholders to be assured of market acceptance. Verification criteria would need to include elements relating to food safety, traceability and good aquaculture practice thereby minimising detrimental environmental effects.

 

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