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Seafood Innovation and Transition Program

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The Seafood Innovation and Transition Program will concentrate on advancements in harvesting, processing, and aquaculture, while addressing research and development and strategic market opportunities. The program will focus on:

  • revitalization of the groundfish sector
  • innovation and technology
  • industry research
  • development and strategic market initiatives

The program will support the seafood sector to adopt innovative harvesting and processing technology to ensure increased utilization, improved quality, and higher returns. Priority will be given to supporting harvesters and processors to transition to groundfish. The program will also support fisheries research initiatives that will assist Newfoundland and Labrador’s fishing industry to remain sustainable, in the context of a changing ocean regime, by supporting collaborative research efforts. In the aquaculture sector, the program will focus on broad-scope priorities such as environmental sustainability, innovative technology, aquatic invasive species, and waste management initiatives through research and development.

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