alexa Abstract | The problems of seafood processing sector in Turkey and suggestions

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In Turkey, consumption of seafood is significantly lower than the other countries. Inadequate transport of fresh seafood due to the insufficient cold chain conditions is probably the most blocking factor of seafood consumption and trade. Developing of seafood processing sector and cold chain conditions will improve the consumption and exportation of seafood. In order to increase the market share and competitive strength of processed seafood, consistent governmental policies should be sustained. To improve seafood industry, cooperation must be provided, taxes, and fees should be decreased, and convenient supporting system should be maintained. Obligating food safety system for seafood processing establishments and for wholesale fish markets, improving the cold chain conditions are necessary.

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Author(s): afak ULUSOY


Processing sector, seafood, export, food safety, Sea foods, Sea food processing, Aquatic health management

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