The South Australian oyster industry is a step closer to recovery, no longer needing government supplied juvenile oysters (spat) now and able to rely on spat produced by four commercial Eyre Peninsula suppliers. Three years ago the SA oyster industry was affected by a severe spat supply shortage due to an outbreak of Pacific Oyster … Continue reading South Australia’s oyster industry on the mend
SEAPA, a company that specialises in designing plastic products specifically for oyster growers, has been awarded the Australian Exporter of the Year award for 2018. SEAPA won the award along with Aspen Medical in Canberra on November 27. Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, Simon Birmingham, who announced the 2018 Australian Export Award winners at the ceremony, … Continue reading Company involved in oyster market wins Australian Exporter of the Year
Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW and Small Business John Barilaro, and Minister for Transport and Infrastructure and Member for Bega Andrew Constance today announced an equity investment of $3.3 million in Australia’s Oyster Coast (AOC) – a group of Australia’s leading oyster growers based on the NSW South Coast. The NSW Government’s $3.3 million … Continue reading NSW gov finds pearl in oyster industry
A new method to make oysters easier to open is being developed in South Australia.
Sydney Fish Market has launched the Australian Seafood Quality Index app, which provides seafood buyers and restaurateurs with a useful guide to seafood shelf-life at their fingertips.
According to Anastasia Alieva, Head of Fresh Food Research at Euromonitor International, Fresh fish and seafood has seen growth over 2009-2014 across all global regions.