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Realizing the potential of geographical indications to advance sustainable seafood value chains

bannerEUROFISH and FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Division are organising a webinar “Realizing the potential of geographical indications to advance sustainable seafood value chains" on 3 November 2021 from 8.30-16.00.

The webinar will present a global overview of existing seafood Geographical Indications (GI), and will examine selected case studies from Asia, Africa, Europe and Latin America. For more information visit the event website

Fisheries and aquaculture in selected Central and Eastern European and Caucasian countries

ef fao webinarEurofish and the FAO Subregional Office for Central Asia are organizing a series of three webinars that will brief participants on the fisheries and aquaculture sectors in Albania and Armenia, Georgia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Ukraine. The three events will be held on consecutive Wednesdays, 22 and 29 September, and 6 October. Each webinar will cover two countries: Albania and Armenia; Ukraine and Montenegro; Georgia and Serbia. The events will include presentations from the fisheries and aquaculture administration in each country as well as from a representative from the industry, the aim being to foster partnerships between the private sector and other stakeholders involved in strategic decision making to improve the business environment. The webinar series aim to create a briefing, discussion, and networking forum for stakeholder representatives from the above-mentioned countries while offering information on the fisheries and aquaculture sector in country. The webinars offer a way to exchange experiences, success stories, ideas, and challenges specific to the industries, including those from the Covid-19 pandemic, and to promote national and regional trade and investment opportunities. Attendance is open and those interested can sign up at

Eurofish International Organisation seeks a Director from 1 March 2022

Right fitEurofish is a non-profit, international organisation with 13 member countries headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Eurofish contributes to the development of fisheries and aquaculture by publishing marketing and industry related information in the Eurofish Magazine and its website, and on the organisation’s website, as well as by organising conferences, workshops, seminars, business-to-business meetings and by implementing a variety of projects in the fields of fisheries, aquaculture, processing, and trade and marketing. Eurofish has in-depth knowledge about the fisheries and aquaculture sector in Europe and neighbouring countries, and an extensive network in the region.

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June issue of EUROFISH Magazine features Lithuania and Spain

EM3 2021The May / June issue of the EUROFISH Magazine featuring Lithuania and Spain is now available and covers:

Aquaculture: <div style="position:relative;padding-top:max(60%,326px);height:0;width:100%"><iframe allowfullscreen="true" style="position:absolute;border:none;width:100%;height:100%;left:0;right:0;top:0;bottom:0;" src=""></iframe></div>Sustainable sources of omega-3 fats for fish feeds - Plants may be part of the solutionn
Ghost nets endanger wildlife and harm the environment - The invisible danger at sea
Technology: Proper on-board handling of fish contributes significantly to higher quality and longer shelf life - Insulated containers with lids can make all the difference


Read it for free on the EUROFISH Magazine website.