alexa Nutritional Security, Healthy Marine Ecosystems and Value Added Priorities for Developing Coastal Countries

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Nutritional Security, Healthy Marine Ecosystems and Value Added Priorities for Developing Coastal Countries

The first priority is to ensure a nutritional security for the population of developing countries that are exporting more and more fish. The poorest households still need to be able to continue to have access to animal protein from fish at affordable prices. Developing countries must therefore find a way to accommodate supplying both domestic and international markets. Exports must not place a strain on either the price or the range of goods offered to the local communities.

 
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