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The seafood industry in Brittany showed a quick adaptability during the COVID-19 crisis
26 Apr 2021
Watch SAFER project partner Juliana Carvajal from Pole Mer Bretagne Atlantic sharing some insights about the seafood sector during the COVID-19 in Brittany.
In the recent years, aquaculture became one of the most promising food sectors over the past ten years. With a growth rate of 5.8% per annum globally, it is one of the fastest growing food production sectors in the world. It also has a direct impact on local economies; more than 90% of European aquaculture businesses are SMEs, representing around 80 000 jobs.

COVID-19 upended life as we know it, affecting how we work, who we interact with, and even what we eat. The impacts of COVID-19 on the seafood sector may offer crucial lessons for making the industry more resilient and capable of minimizing economic threats to food and nutrition security, seafood-based livelihoods, and local economies caused by global pandemics.

Watch SAFER project partner Juliana Carvajal from Pole Mer Bretagne Atlantique sharing some insights about the seafood sector during the COVID-19 in Brittany (France). Britanny is an agriculture and coastal region, so the seafood is a key sector to supply the population diet requirements, the sector has always been requested and active.


Click here to email  Maixa Zabaleta at ERNACT Network for further information

The seafood industry in Brittany showed a quick adaptability during the COVID-19 crisis
26 Apr 2021
Watch SAFER project partner Juliana Carvajal from Pole Mer Bretagne Atlantic sharing some insights about the seafood sector during the COVID-19 in Brittany.
In the recent years, aquaculture became one of the most promising food sectors over the past ten years. With a growth rate of 5.8% per annum globally, it is one of the fastest growing food production sectors in the world. It also has a direct impact on local economies; more than 90% of European aquaculture businesses are SMEs, representing around 80 000 jobs.

COVID-19 upended life as we know it, affecting how we work, who we interact with, and even what we eat. The impacts of COVID-19 on the seafood sector may offer crucial lessons for making the industry more resilient and capable of minimizing economic threats to food and nutrition security, seafood-based livelihoods, and local economies caused by global pandemics.

Watch SAFER project partner Juliana Carvajal from Pole Mer Bretagne Atlantique sharing some insights about the seafood sector during the COVID-19 in Brittany (France). Britanny is an agriculture and coastal region, so the seafood is a key sector to supply the population diet requirements, the sector has always been requested and active.


Click here to email  Maixa Zabaleta at ERNACT Network for further information