Hello and welcome to the latest edition of the SEAT newsletter. In this issue, we explore the relevance of SEAT to European consumers, report on an event held with the British Retail Consortium, and invite you to take part in an online discussion where you can ask the experts what ethical, sustainable aquaculture means for you.
For the good of the fish – SEAT & Freedom Foods

What can Asian aquaculture producers learn from Scottish salmon famers?

Comment below to win a book worth £150.

This short film explores the ethical and economic benefits of making fish welfare a priority in aquaculture and asks whether Asian producers can learn from changes made by the Scottish salmon farming industry.  The video is also available in Thai, Vietnamese, Bengali and Chinese. Direct dowload links are available below for those who prefer or are without access to youtube.

What do you think about fish welfare and the Asian aquaculture trade? Comment below and win a copy of this fish welfare book for the most informative comment received before the 31st July 2013 (extended from 30th June).

Dowload video: EnglishFW ThaiFW VietFW BanglaFW ChineseFW

Partners: Freedom Food  Sainsbury's  Marine Harvest

About SEAT

SEAT is an EU funded (FP7:222889) global research project addressing we can enhance the sustainability of Asian seafood farming, the ethical nature of the trade, and the standards and certification of the major industry.

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