FISH COVID19 Special Issue 1 Back to FISH magazine
PUBLISHED 5 May 2020
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In this issue

Sales strategies adapt

At the coalface of customer service, seafood retailers and those food-service outlets that have been able to continue trading have had to adapt quickly in order to keep their doors open during the...

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Shopping priorities recalibrated

As feeding ourselves and our families becomes a much more considered activity in this era of physical distancing and travel restrictions market research is already putting numbers to changing food...

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Evolving our crisis response

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In brief

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Fleets race to prepare as restrictions tighten

March 2020 will be a month Austral Fisheries CEO David Carter will never forget. The race against time to assemble crews and put ships to sea as the world collapsed around him and his team – first...

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Staying safe during the current crisis

In the past month or so, every aspect of our lives has been changed by the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. This is more than a cliché. Borders are shut, many of us...

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Keeping seafood supplies flowing

Amid the turmoil the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to markets, businesses and people’s everyday lives, the importance of the seafood sector provides some level of comfort to those working within...

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Dry lines for rec fishers

Like the rest of the economy, Australia’s recreational fishing sector and its supporting businesses have been hit hard by the coronavirus-related restrictions on people’s...

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Research network assesses COVID-19 impacts and response

As the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on Australia’s fisheries and aquaculture research emerge, agencies and institutions are doing what they can to lessen the repercussions for staff and...

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Management moves to help commercial fishers

While decision-making is in a state of flux as the impacts of coronavirus-related restrictions become apparent, here is a guide to management actions for commercial fishing that have already been...

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Sharing the challenges of uncertain times

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