Seafood

Price inflation drives up on Christmas seafood sales in the UK

Price inflation drives up Christmas seafood sales

By James Ridler

Price inflation primarily fuelled seafood sales value growth over Christmas 2017, up 4.4% to £171m compared to the 2016 festive period, according to UK seafood industry body Seafish.

Young's Seafood and Diageo launched new products in the past week

Young’s Seafood and Diageo launch new products

By James Ridler

Premium breaded fish products from Young’s Seafood and a vegan variant of Diageo’s Baileys Irish Cream are two of the latest product launches by food and drink manufacturers in the past week.

Total food and drink exports hit £22bn in 2017

Dairy, salmon, whisky and pork export wins in 2017

By James Ridler & Rod Addy

Dairy, salmon and pork exports soared in 2017 following the Brexit vote, helping to add £2bn to overseas food and drink sales compared with 2016, according to figures released by the government.

The MSC label is the leading UK mark indicating sustainably sourced fish

Fish suppliers face stricter rules

By Michelle Perrett

Fish manufacturers are facing new stricter rules on seafood certification as the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has unveiled key changes while revealing plans to further review the system.

UK wants a Brexit transition deal that protects fishermen and fish processors

Brexit

Michael Gove bullish on transition deal for UK fisheries

By Rick Pendrous

The UK is seeking a reduced post-Brexit transition period of nine to 10 months for fisheries ending in January 2020 when it hopes to adopt the status of Independent Coastal State in law to protect the UK fishing industry.

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