From the 12th to the 14th of July Guðmundur Stefánsson, coordinator of the PrimeFish project, will present the PrimeFish outcomes and its work to ensure food security through the enhancement of fisheries and aquaculture competitiveness in the high-level event “A New Era of Blue Enlightenment”. PrimeFish will partic
Save the date: PrimeFish organises a workshop on competitiveness in the seafood sector on the 5th and 6th of October
Are you interested to know more about the competitiveness of aquaculture and fisheries? Do you operate in the seafood sector and you are seeking new ways to improve your performance?
PrimeFish endeavors regarding the drivers and barriers for seafood consumption and the analysis of the French consumption will be presented in the XXIII Conference of the European Association of Fisheries Economists (EAFE) which will be held at the Dublin Castle from the 25th to the 27th April 2017.
From the 4th to the 6th of April the European project PrimeFish, funded by the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Commission has presented its first results on the consumption of seafood in Europe.
A team composed by the students Yomar Sardón, David Redondo and Anatoly Komendrovskiy has won the Promoting Seafood Consumption competition with a video outlining the characteristics of seafood and the benefits of carrying a healthy and active life. The PrimeFish spot is available in YouTube:
The deadline for the PrimeFish competition “Promoting Seafood Consumption” has closed with the participation of 7 videos that show very different approaches to seafood. From highlighting the role of women to the organoleptic characteristics of the products, we invite you to browse the cultural, societal and economic values of the sector.
Interested participants can now send their creations until the 17th February 2017 at 08:59:59 AM CET. The short film competition aims to promote the seafood consumption and its cultural, societal and economic relevance. Everybody over 18 years old can participate with 1 minute lenght videos. Participants can obtain a prize of 1,500 euros and the opportunity to film a video in a H2020 research meeting.
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The H2020 project PrimeFish launches a short film competition to promote the seafood consumption and all of its cultural, societal and economic relevance. Everybody over 18 years old is encouraged to participate with a 1 minute length video. Participants will be competing for a prize of 1,500 euros and the opportunity to film a video in an H2020 research meeting!
How to participate