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Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2011-747
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Seafood CRC: maximising the quality of Australian wild-caught prawns (Quality Assurance)

This project, CRC 2011/747, was funded to develop a whole of chain quality assurance program within the prawn industry, focusing on five supply chain stakeholder groups: fishers, processors, wholesalers/distributors, retailers/food service, and finally the consumer. The aim was to increase knowledge...
ORGANISATION:
Curtin University
SPECIES
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2002-404
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

The development of quality standards, product specifications, and a quality management framework to facilitate market expansion for farmed barramundi

It has been recognised that production from the Australian farmed barramundi industry will rise sharply over the next three years. Production is likely to rise to around 4000 tonnes by 2005/06. There will be significant expansion from existing operations particularly in Queensland, Northern...
ORGANISATION:
Australian Barramundi Farmers Association (ABFA)
SPECIES
Industry
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 1983-034
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Longlining for export quality sashimi tuna

At the start of this project, there was only the project vessel equipped with Japanese machinery and gear. During this year this has grown to eight vessels fully equipped to fish using Japanese methods and a further 15/20 vessels which have Australian devised systems using entirely monofilament...
ORGANISATION:
Fortuna Fishing Pty Ltd
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 1978-026
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Fish handling and quality control workshops

At the Fish Handling and Quality Control Workshop in Victoria, eight speakers delivered 40 minute presentations each, broken into 15 to 20 minute papers followed by discussions with workshop attendants. This final report contains two of the papers presented, "Handling and Processing of Freshwater...
ORGANISATION:
Department of Agriculture; Water and the Environment
Industry
Industry
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 1999-358
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Evaluating effective quality monitoring methods for the Australian seafood industry

A variety of rapid kit methods, both microbiological and chemical, have been evaluated with respect to their accuracy for and application to the Australian seafood industry. The information is now readily available for industry managers to base operational processing decisions on.  A few kits...
ORGANISATION:
Department of Agriculture and Fisheries EcoScience Precinct
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 1995-166
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

High quality eggs and nauplii for the Australian prawn industry.

Prawn farming is the most valuable aquaculture sector in Queensland and is a priority development industry for the State Government. Marine prawns have provided the major growth in this industry with a value of $37 million in 2000/01, or over 66% of the value of Queensland aquaculture. Nevertheless...
ORGANISATION:
Australian Institute Of Marine Science (AIMS)
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