Low-Cost Fish Retailing Equipment and Facilities in Large Urban Areas of Southeast Asia


ISSN 0429-9345
FAO
FISHERIES
TECHNICAL
PAPER
405

Food and Agriculture
Organization
of the United Nations

Rome, 2001

Table of Contents


by
A.F. Medina Pizzali
Consultant
Fish Utilization and Marketing Service
Fishery Industries Division
FAO Fisheries Department

Reprinted 2002

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Table of Contents


ABSTRACT

PREPARATION OF THIS DOCUMENT

1. INTRODUCTION

1.1 Scope and Purpose of the Paper
1.2 Products Covered
1.3 Methodology

1.3.1 Primary and Secondary Data Collection

2. CASE STUDY: METRO MANILA

2.1 Introduction
2.2 Fish Distribution Channels
2.3 Metro Manila’s Retail Fish Market
2.4 Street Food Hawkers in Metro Manila

2.4.1 Examples of Street Market Outlets in Metro Manila

2.5 Improved Equipment and Technologies for Street Seafood Vending

2.5.1 Improved Pushcart for Retailing Fish/Squid Balls and Native Fish Sausage

2.5.1.1 Operation of the Improved Pushcart

3. CASE STUDY: KUALA LUMPUR

3.1 Introduction
3.2 Fish Distribution Channels
3.3 Kuala Lumpur’s Retail Fish Market Sector
3.4 Street Food Hawkers in Kuala Lumpur

3.4.1 Typical Street Food Markets in Kuala Lumpur

3.5 Improved Equipment for Street Seafood Vending

3.5.1 “Fish on Wheels” Marketing Scheme
3.5.2 “Pasar Tani” (Farmers’ Market) Scheme

4. CASE STUDY: SINGAPORE

4.1 Introduction
4.2 Fish Distribution Channels
4.3 Singapore’s Retail Fish Market
4.4 Street Food Hawkers in Singapore
4.5 Live Fish Marketing and Basic Equipment

4.5.1 Vivier Boats
4.5.2 Vivier Trucks
4.5.3 Retail Outlets for Live Fish and Shellfish

4.6 Consumer Promotion Tools for Retailing Surimi-based Products
4.7 Training Activities for Seafood Retailers
4.8 Food Retail Inspection Services

5. CASE STUDY: BANGKOK

5.1 Introduction
5.2 Fish Distribution Channels
5.3 Bangkok’s Retail Fish Market
5.4 Live Fish Marketing and Basic Equipment

5.4.1 Vivier Trucks
5.4.2 Retail Outlets for Live Fish and Shellfish

5.5 Street Food Hawkers in Bangkok

5.5.1 Examples of Street Food Market Outlets in Bangkok

5.5.1.1 Phrannok Street Seafood Market
5.5.1.2 Street Wholesale Market for Live Freshwater Fish

6. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

7. REFERENCES

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