Inspiration for new opportunities for a more sustainable use of fish in the fishing industry

After more than 4 ½ years of intensive research, development and testing in the industry, the EU-project, WaSeaBi, was recently completed with promising results that can benefit the fishing industry to achieve a more sustainable use of fish.

The WaSeaBi partnership has been working on the utilisation of their residual products – also called side-streams – and, as a result, has produced a number of tools and guidelines for a better exploitation of seafood side-streams.

Dive into the valuable findings of the WaSeaBi project here:

BlueRev project partner Food & Bio Cluster Denmark was part of the WaSeaBi project consortium.

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Mette Toft Christensen
Food & Bio Cluster Denmark