Tag Archives: fish

Analysis

We need to eat more insects

27 May 2014

Edible cricket

According to the FAO, there demand for animal proteins is expected to rise by over 30% by 2050. The expanding population and changing dietary habits in the developing world are putting pressure on existing protein sources. Rising demand is likely to hike meat and grain prices, drugstore and further strain seafood supply. Increasing [...]

Products Needed

Alternative to metal sought for fish packaging

12 Nov 2013

Russian company which is currently packaging fish such as sardines in metal cans is seeking a suitable alternative.  Has anyone any suitable ideas?
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Analysis

Increased demand for meat and fish packaging

31 May 2013

shrimp

Demand for meat, prescription poultry, nurse and seafood packaging is forecast to increase 3.2 percent annually to USD9.7 billion in 2017.  Gains will be driven by increased meat, poultry, and seafood production along with accelerated foodservice revenue increases. Prospects for packaging will further benefit from the significant shift to case-ready packaging among grocery [...]

Corporate

Europe’s largest fish farm to open in Poland

13 Sep 2012

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Global Fish is to launch the largest fish farm in Poland near Płońsk to the north of Warsaw in a EUR10m investment.   The company intends to produce tilapia, ampoule a native of Africa which is not well known in Europe but is extensively eaten in the US, advice China and Egypt amongst [...]

Technology

Recycled MAP applications being used for water retention projects

23 Jul 2012

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MAP packaging (Modified Atmosphere Packaging) present a rapidly growing application as packaging for sophisticated foods such as meat, sausage, cheese, fish and other applications in the field of delicatessen. In MAP packages, which are manufactured from PVC/PE or PET/PE composites with a strong barrier against oxygen, the oxygen portion is withdrawn from the internal air. [...]