SafeFish News Articles

Below you will find links to all media and news articles that SafeFish have been involved or featured in.

Tasmanian Seafood Industry News

The Tasmanian Seafood Industry Council (TSIC) is the peak body representing the interests of wild capture fishers, marine farmers and seafood processors in Tasmania. The Council works in conjunction with the industry sector groups to ensure that all sectors of industry are ecologically sustainable and make an ongoing economic contribution to the Tasmanian economy, particularly in regional areas. TSIC produce a quarterly magazine detailing relevant articles and news.

SafeFish has produced the following articles for TSIC News:

  • Jun/Jul 2023 (Volume 43) ‘Researchers help preserve Australian seafood exports into Europe’. Click here to view this article.
  • Dec/Jan 2021 (Volume 27) ‘Taking steps to clearer, more relevant seafood standards’. Click here to view this article.

Women in Seafood Australasia (WISA)

The Women’s Industry Network (WIN) was formed in 1996 by a group of women fishing in South Australia. In 1998 The Women’s Industry Network Seafood Community (WINSC) developed into a National body with organisations in each state. After operating under the WINSC banner for 20 years, the organisation launched a re-branding at the WINSC 20th Anniversary Gala Dinner in October 2018 and emerged as WISA – Women in Seafood Australasia.

WISA is dedicated to continuing the work of WINSC by raising the profile of women in the seafood industry by supporting, promoting, encouraging, representing women in the Australasian Seafood Industry. For more information about WINSC, please click here.

Seafood New Zealand Magazine

Seafood New Zealand is an industry-owned, bi-monthly magazine reaching New Zealand’s seafood community. SafeFish works closely with Seafood New Zealand to facilitate common research around Food Safety in Seafood. For more information about Seafood New Zealand, please click here.

  • June 2018 Edition ‘Research leads to safer seafood’ by Cathy Webb. To access article, click here.