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Increased Utilisation and Value Creation from white Fish Rest Raw Materials. Abstracts - The Third Symposium Sustainable technologies for food processing and preservation

Increased Utilisation and Value Creation from white Fish Rest Raw Materials. Abstracts - The Third Symposium Sustainable technologies for food processing and preservation

Category
Compendium
Abstract
The recently funded research project, SUPREME will address the challenges of the Norwegian whitefish sector and develop concepts and solutions for increased utilization of rest raw materials (RRM). The sea-going fishing vessels accounts for 86 % of the unutilized whitefish RRM in Norway. Thus, to achieve maximum utilization, the processing solutions need to be flexible, compact and adapted to demanding on-board conditions. This project will focus on solving the technical problems related to on-board handling, preservation and logistics of RRM. This will be done to develop optimized technological solutions for processing of RRM that are suitable for on-board conditions.
Client
  • Research Council of Norway (RCN) / 294539
Language
English
Affiliation
  • SINTEF Ocean / Sjømatteknologi
  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  • Unknown
Year
2020
Publisher
AMITY