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PROJECT NUMBER • 1999-342
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

A study of seafood consumption in Perth and the development of a guide to targeted promotion

This study was initiated in response to industry requests for information on the consumption of fish and seafood in Perth, because of widespread concerns about static or declining sales levels, to provide recommendations on how to increase retail sales profitably. It was designed to repeat much of...
ORGANISATION:
Ruello and Associates Pty Ltd
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2005-241
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Progressing the recommendations from the scoping study report for abalone marketing and promotion

The Australian abalone industry identified a clear need to continue with the work done by David McKinna and the investigation into the Australian abalone industry, its markets, global production, abalone consumption and consumption trends and Australia’s position in the market....
ORGANISATION:
Abalone Council Australia Ltd (ACA)
Adoption
PROJECT NUMBER • 2002-306
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Aquafest Australia 2002 – national aquaculture conference and trade exhibition

Aquafest 2002 was a highly successful continuation of the tradition of biennial national aquaculture conferences organised and run by the Tasmanian Aquaculture Council (TAC). Aquafest 2002 provided the Australian aquaculture community with the usual unparalleled opportunity to gather en mass to...
ORGANISATION:
Tasmanian Aquaculture Council
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2014-705
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Seafood CRC: a guide for use by the shark and other fisheries for preparation of information for consumers.

This project aimed to develop ‘how to’ guide for small to medium businesses to assist in navigating the Food Standards Code as well as a simple promotional brochure framework, using Augusta Wild Caught Fisheries to illustrate how it could be used in practice. This guide aims to help...
ORGANISATION:
Curtin University
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2006-227
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Seafood CRC: enhancement of the Pacific oyster selective breeding program

The Australian national Pacific oyster selective breeding program commenced in 1998.  In 2005, after 6 generations of breeding, it was apparent that there were limitations to the breeding strategy.  The first was a lack of understanding of which genetic traits to select. Whilst the program...
ORGANISATION:
Australian Seafood Industries Pty Ltd (ASI)
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