The Ministry of Maritime Economy and Inland Navigation in Poland is teaming up with the Association of Fish Processors, the Sturgeon Producers Organisation, and 12 fish processors and producers to organise a Polish national pavilion at Seafood Expo Global (SEG) in Brussels on April 25-27. This will be the first time Poland will be represented at this event with a national stand. The aim of this initiative, which is supported by the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund, is to raise public awareness about Poland’s sustainable fishery and aquaculture products.
In 2016 production in the fish processing sector in Poland reached approximately 0,5 million tonnes valued at EUR 2,3 billion. Polish exports a variety of fish and seafood products, chief among them smoked fish (mainly salmon and trout) and canned fish (herring, mackerel, and sprat). The main destinations for Polish exports are Germany, the United Kingdom, France, and Denmark. During SEG, the national pavilion (11-2551) will present the potential of processing plants in Poland and showcase a wide variety of products including frozen, smoked, and canned fish and seafood.
Wednesday, 19 April 2017 12:26