Seafood Matters UK
Nurturing individual, community and planetary health: #SeafoodMattersUK
Who should attend?
The event is designed to bring together institutional seafood buyers – schools, hospitals, other institutions; community food groups; hospitality; convenience food outlets, retailers, food policy makers and food system researchers.
What will I learn?
Join us to understand more about where the seafood in UK markets comes from, what’s new in the market, what to consider when buying seafood and delicious recipes.
What is taking place?
Hear from experts from industry, research and government; network and exchange ideas; see a range of practical presentations of the key themes around seafood consumption in the UK.
Have you ever wondered...
- Which one is better for me: sardines, salmon or mussels?
- Is it better for the planet to eat cod, pork or plants?
- What is the best value fish to buy? Should I buy local?
- What novel seafoods are there? Is seaweed tasty?
- How can I feed my family well on a tight budget?
- Can my kids’ school serve up a healthy lunch option?
Come and see for yourself. Chat to researchers and innovators across a range of interactive and informative demonstrations, including the ‘Salmon in Schools’ project in Stirling.
Doors open at 10am on Thursday 23rd June to allow for networking. The event officially opens at 11am. The event will finish at 3pm on Friday 24th June.
The event will be held in the Pathfoot Lecture Theatre and Crush Hall, Pathfoot Building, University of Stirling.
Lunch will be provided on Thursday and Friday for registered attendees.
There will be an evening seminar from 6-7pm on Thursday 23rd June and dinner is included for those who indicate at the time of registration.
Prof. David Little, University of Stirling
Prof. Baukje De Roos, University of Aberdeen
Dr Christina Hicks, University of Lancaster