Vast potentials for fishery products
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With its vast natural resources, the Philippines is considered as one of the key players in the export market for fish and fishery products – taking into account the market demand and good prices being offered for these exportable commodities. Anchoring on these potentials, there is a need to address the inadequate supply of raw materials being encountered by some exporters, and to help small-medium entrepreneurs (SMEs) promote live and frozen fish and fishery products. The recent Fisheries Women Entrepreneurs’ Forum was able to identify some of the products with export potential, such as black tiger shrimp, prawns, crabs, tuna, abalone, lobster, octopus, cuttlefish, milkfish, seaweeds, groupers, squids, eel, siganid, and hair tail as products with export potential.
Yap, J. P. Jr. (2017, November 7). Vast potentials for fishery product. Panay News, p. 10.
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Fishery products; Trade; Fish; Raw materials; Post harvest losses; Marketing; Frozen products; Aquaculture; Sustainable development; National Network of Women in Fisheries, Inc. (WINFISH); Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST- PCAARRD); Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR)- Region XIII
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