Eurofish News

Eurofish will host its Business Platform at FISH INTERNATIONAL in Bremen

Germany's most important fish industry event, the bi-annual fish international  trade show in Bremen, will roll out the red carpet on 25-27 February 2018 to celebrate their 30th anniversary. Over 300 exhibitors from 27 countries worldwide have already booked their booths and over 11.000 visitor are expected.

Eurofish International Organisation in co-operation with the fair organisers Messe Bremen will gather companies from its Member Countries under the roof of EUROFISH Business Platform.

Please visit us in Hall 5, Booth H11.

The information about our exhibitors can be viewed below.


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Eurofish held its annual Governing Council on 1 and 2 February

GC groupEurofish held the 17th session of its annual Governing Council on 1 and 2 February 2018. The event brought together representatives from the Eurofish member countries (Albania, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Romania, Spain, and Turkey) along with observers from a number of embassies and partner countries and organisations to discuss the organisation's activities in 2017 and approve the budget and the draft work programme for 2018. Presentation were given by Alvise Bragadin from Cogea on an introduction to EUMOFA, Victoria Chomo from FAO (REU) on FAO objectives and regional initiatives for achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and Ekaterina Tribilustova from Eurofish on innovative solutions, new products, and consumer attitude to new fish products.

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Madrid conference on value addition opened with session on innovation

Regional Conference on Value AdditionAdding value to a product is a way, among others, of expanding the market, distinguishing the product from its competitors, and charging a higher price. Adding value can, for example, transform a block of frozen fish into a refined product with a unit price for higher than that of the original block. However, value adding also applies to relatively simple procedures, such as grading and icing the fish when it arrives on board a fishing vessel, that can give the fisherman a higher price for his catch. Processing in this way is desirable for the opportunities it offers to increase the value of the raw material and thereby increase incomes.

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