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SEAFOODTOMORROW aims to strengthen the European seafood production and processing industry by providing validated, commercially viable, and eco-innovative solutions that will improve seafood quality and safety, minimise environmental impacts, and drive socioeconomic development within the seafood industry.

TITLE: SEAFOODTOMORROW - Nutritious, safe and sustainable seafood for consumers of tomorrow
PROGRAMME: Horizon 2020
INSTRUMENT: Innovation Action (IA)
TOTAL BUDGET: €7.5 million
DURATION: May 2017 - April 2021 (42 months)
COORDINATOR: Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera IP (IPMA)
CONSORTIUM: 35 partners in 15 countries

Meeting the growing market need for safe, sustainable seafood is a formidable challenge for the European seafood industry. With European seafood imports presently reaching almost 70%, and global food demands projected to increase by 80-100% by 2050, it is vital to source and validate environmentally friendly and innovative seafood production and processing methods that will reduce European dependency on imports. Such solutions need to underpin seafood security in-line with market demand, whilst maintaining quality and traceability throughout the value chain to support consumer confidence.

Expected Results:

• Validation of nutritional and safety aspects of eco-innovative seafood solutions through certified methodologies carried out by independent partners.
• Easily-accessible database with seafood innovative products validation data for the implementation of a digital traceability tool linked to quality labels.
• Improved understanding of market acceptance of eco-innovative seafood solutions in different European regions and demographics.
• Validation of sustainable solutions from economic and environmental perspectives.
• Benchmark for certification schemes of seafood quality and traceability for industry to strengthen consumer confidence and trust in European seafood.
• Reduction of public health risks and promotion seafood consumption through transparent and responsible communication, dissemination, knowledge transfer and exploitation of the outcomes to the different stakeholders.

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Annette Wilson, Project Officer

Annette is AquaTT’s Project Officer working on SEAFOODTOMORROW , dealing with the day to day running of WP6 –Communication, Dissemination and Exploitation. She can be contacted for all communication and press queries in relation to SEAFOODTOMORROW and its outputs and activities. Annette also represents AquaTT at consortium and project coordination meetings with Marieke.

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Marieke Reuver, Programme Manager

Marieke is WP leader of SEAFOODTOMORROW’s WP6 –Communication, Dissemination and Exploitation, responsible for the overall WP management to ensure that the outcomes and achievements of SEAFOODTOMORROW are effectively transferred to end users and there is a measurable uptake. She is the chair of the SEAFOODTOMORROW Communication Committee, represents WP6 at project coordination and consortium meeting.

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Project Coordinator

Dr. António Marqués, IPMA



Project Manager

Marta Santos, IPMA





Funded by the European Union Horizon 2020 Programme