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Environment
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 1998-360
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Waterproof labelling and identification systems suitable for shellfish and other seafood products

This report outlines the results of investigations into the feasibility of cost effectively marking or labelling individual oysters and other shellfish for product differentiation and to facilitate rapid and efficient recall of product in the event of a potential public health incident. A number of...
ORGANISATION:
NSW Department of Primary Industries
Industry
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2002-418
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Improving Post Harvest Handling to add value to farmed mussels

The post harvest handling of farmed blue mussels, from the sea farm through to the retail store and restaurant was examined in 2003 in a national study funded by Seafood Services Australia and the Australian mussel farming industry. The Objectives of the study were to: (a) Identify the key quality...
ORGANISATION:
Ruello and Associates Pty Ltd
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2008-905
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Seafood CRC: Australian seafood compositional profiles portal

There is a need for information in the correct format of the nutritional profiles of seafood species to enable seafood producers to meet customer-based and regulatory needs. This project gathered nutritional compositional profiles for proximate composition, fatty acids, water and fat-soluble...
ORGANISATION:
SARDI Food Safety and Innovation
Environment
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2015-238
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Rural R and D for Profit: Easy-Open Oyster automation

This project attempted to overcome the consumer barrier to oyster shucking by developing the idea of an Easy Open oyster suggested by Mr Robert Simmonds, owner of Oyster Bob Pty Ltd. This entailed making a slit in the edge of the oyster shell and resealing it with wax so that the oyster remained...
ORGANISATION:
Dr Len Stephens
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2016-177
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Phase 2: Traceability Systems for Wild Caught Lobster, via Sense-T and Pathways to Market

This document is the final report of the project (FRDC 2016-177) ‘Traceability Systems for Wild Caught Lobsters’. It has been prepared by researchers from University of Tasmania. Background The project ‘Traceability Systems for Wild Caught Lobster, via Sense-T and Pathways...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)