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Food Security

It has been well established that diets rich in omega-3 are beneficial to health and can be preventative for disease. Consumers, increasingly more informed and interested in healthy foods, are now actively seeking out omega-3s to include in their diets. ...
Microplastics present in the oceans and inland waters are unintentionally ingested by a large number of aquatic animals of commercial value. These plastic particles are made of compounds such as polymers and additives that vary in their composition depending on ...
Microplastics in fisheries and aquaculture: status of knowledge on their occurrence and implications for aquatic organisms and food safety This technical paper aims to contribute to the stock taking of scientific knowledge available on microplastics in fisheries and aquaculture. It provides ...
If done right, fisheries and aquaculture can provide nutritious food for all and generate decent incomes, while supporting people centred rural development and protecting the environment. Fish is widely looked to as a nutrient dense food containing high quality protein ...
Fishery products are among the most extensively traded food commodities in the world. For this reason, and also owing to their perishable nature, most countries have strict regulations and border inspection procedures. Freshness, hygiene and packaging, as well as accompanying ...
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