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SUSTAINABILITY A Sydney Fish Market perspective APFA / ABFA Conference. Grahame Turk Managing Director Sydney Fish Market Pty Ltd. “Most community interest in aquaculture today is in the environmental sustainability of the industry”. Bureau of Rural Sciences, 2005.

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sustainability a sydney fish market perspective apfa abfa conference
SUSTAINABILITYA Sydney Fish Market perspectiveAPFA / ABFA Conference

Grahame Turk

Managing Director

Sydney Fish Market Pty Ltd

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“Most community interest in aquaculture today is in the environmental sustainability of the industry”.

Bureau of Rural Sciences, 2005

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“Aquaculture has contributed to the pollution in our seas, bays and estuaries”.

Agree: 12%

Neutral / Don’t Know: 67%

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“The aquaculture sector needs to be better at communicating with governments, consumers and environmental organizations, say some industry stakeholders”.

‘Aquaculture Needs Marketing’ (EvaTallaksen)

Published in Intrafish - April 20, 2010

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“… the serious environmental and social impacts that have resulted from the development and practice of aquaculture …”.

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Feed

  • Nutrient and chemical pollution
  • Spread of parasites and diseases
  • Escapes of farmed fish into the wild
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“Also avoid unsustainable sea cage aquaculture, e.g. sea cage-grown Atlantic

salmon, yellowtail kingfish, barramundi”.

(AMCS Sustainable Seafood Guide)

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SEAFOOD CHOICE ALLIANCE

  • Environmental impact; waste water, chemical contaminants, eco system degradation, escaped fish, feed sources, brood stock, biosecurity.
  • Animal welfare; stocking densities, handling, transport and slaughter protocols.
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“You all sat here and chowed down on farmed salmon and obviously you don’t give a sh*t about what you’re putting into your body. You know what a farmed salmon is? Its filled with toxic chemicals”.

David Suzuki, Environmentalist

National Press Club Luncheon

December 9, 2009

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EU fish farmers lash out against ‘misleading’ claims

Andy McNicoll (published May 27, 2011 – 13.05 GMT)

European fish farmers are stepping up their efforts to combat ‘misleading’ claims about aquaculture’s sustainability according to the Federation of European Aquaculture Producers.

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A new survey shows confusion over eco-labels remains the major obstacle to purchasing sustainable seafood.

70% of people agree buying sustainable seafood is important, but only 30% said they actually buy sustainable items.

... a third of people aren’t sure how to choose sustainable fish products and are confused by labelling.

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Market Power

is with

Major Buyers

sfm s marketing initiatives to address public perception of the seafood industry
SFM’s marketing initiatives to address public perception of the seafood industry:
  • Aussie Seafood Campaign
  • Get Fresh with Fish
  • Support of OceanWatch Australia and their efforts of habitat restoration and by-catch reduction
  • For the Love of Seafood Festival (including Blessing of the Fleet)
  • Seafood Excellence Awards
  • Behind the Scenes Auction Tours
  • Facebook and Twitter
  • ‘Sustainable Seafood’ leaflet
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Grahame Turk

Managing Director

Sydney Fish Market Pty Ltd

August 2011

www.sydneyfishmarket.com.au