The sale of fish no longer brings in enough income for fishermen. First of all, international competition is fierce, and second, the products of their catch are not sufficiently in line with market demand.
Some fishermen nevertheless manage to target quantities and species that reflect consumers' expectations, and this brings up prices. This commercial practice should become more widespread, together with efforts to meet market requirements on traceability, labelling and certification.
In this context, how can market demand best be met?
Type: Clip Reference: I-062220 Date: 01/04/2009 Duration: 01:00 DG:Directorate-General for Communication Thesaurus: Common fisheries policy, Common fisheries policy, Common fisheries policy, Common fisheries policy, Fish, Fisheries, Fisheries, Fisheries, Fisherman, Fisherman, Fisherman, Fisherman, Market,Fisheries
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