Agenda

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09:30

Welcome to The Workshop: Consumers, Industry and Seafood Traceability

Tavis Potts

Reader in Environmental Geography, University of Aberdeen, Department of Geography and Environment, United Kingdom

Jade Murray

CPD Business Development Officer, Research and Innovation, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom

09:40

Tracking Seafood’s Journey: Overview of the Main Results and Achievements of the SEATRACES Project

Carmen Gonzàlez Sotelo

SEATRACES Project Coordinator. Institute of Marine Research, CSIC, Spain

10:00

Is Current Seafood Labelling Compliant with EU Labelling Regulations?

Simona Paolacci

Researcher, Indigo Rock Marine Research Centre; Bantry Marine Research Station, Ireland

10:20

Coffee Break

10:30

Official Control of Labelling and Traceability of Fishery Products in Portugal.

Rita Carvalheiro

Inspector Chief of ASAE, Economic and Food Safety Authority, Portugal

11:00

Importance of Labelling and Traceability for Seafood Producers and Processors

Joaquin Garrido Pardo

General Secretary of the Regulatory Council of the POD Mexillón de Galicia, Spain

11:30

Exporsado: Case Study on Oyster Traceability from Setubal.

Nuno Ferreira

Project Manager, Exporsado, Portugal

12:00

Break

13:00

Results from The EU SEATRACES Consumer Survey

Michail Bitzios

Research Fellow, University of Aberdeen, Department of Geography and Environment, United Kingdom

13:45

Facilitated Group Discussion – What Are the Key Issues for Industry and Consumers to Support Traceability?

Facilitator: Tavis Potts

Reader in Environmental Geography, University of Aberdeen, Department of Geography and Environment, United Kingdom

Panellists: all speakers

14:45

Closing Statement

Carmen Gonzàles Sotelo

SEATRACES Project Coordinator. Institute of Marine Research, CSIC, Spain

15:00

Close


Agenda correct at time of publication, but it may be subject to change.