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Chinese standard: Determination of Cadmium in Foods

National Health and Family Planning Commission

GB5009.15-2014 NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA (Zhenghua Renmin Gongheguo Guojia Biaozhun) Food Safety National Standard: Determination of Cadmium in Foods (replaces GB/T 5009.15-2003). Atomic absorption spectrophotometry.

January 2015Download PDF

DAG news e-alert. January 2017

Karen Green

This is a monthly update on the latest developments re the Landing Obligation and gear selectivity

January 2017Download PDF

DAG news e-alert. March 2017

Karen Green

This is a monthly update on the latest developments re the Landing Obligation and gear selectivity

March 2017Download PDF

'Kinlochbervie' the development of a UK specialised fishing port for the North of Scotland

D. Wood

Kinlochbervie has experienced rapid expansion in recent years and landings of demersal fish are now 18000 tonnes. The port has become grossly overcrowded and plans are being made to improve the facilities. This report represents the SFIA's views on how best use can be made of funds to develop a specialised port for fishing. This report has been produced from a scanned original and may therefore contain some formatting and other inaccuracies. In cases where this affects the technical content, a paper copy of the original report can still be obtained from Seafish.

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'Plate Sized' Farmed Turbot in Five Restaurants at the 1976 Argyle Seafood Festival

M. Urch

Farmed turbot weighing approximately 500-550g each were served at five restaurants, during the Argyll Seafood Festival in early July 1976, and were also displayed wet at the gala at Crinan. The trial confirmed that this is the optimum size for serving farmed turbot as a plat-size single portion, as they were well received by the management of the restaurants, the chefs and customers alike. Larger fish, about 900g in weight and suitable for serving two portions, were not so well received, as they were not so easy to handle in the kitchen. This report has been produced from a scanned original and may therefore contain some formatting and other inaccuracies. In cases where this affects the technical content, a paper copy of the original report can still be obtained from Seafish.

September 1976Download PDF