Advances in Seafood Byproducts 2002 Conference Proceedings: Proceedings of the 2nd International Seafood Byproduct Conference, November 10-13, 2002, Anchorage, Alaska, USA

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Peter J. Bechtel
Alaska Sea Grant College Program, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2003 - Fishery products - 556 pages
The seafood byproducts industry will find this book a valuable reference for years to come. The information presented at the 2nd International Seafood Byproduct Conference (Anchorage, Alaska, 2002) promises to play an important role in fish byproduct utilization and fish waste disposal issues, critical to the survivability and sustainability of fishing industries. Topics addressed in 45 contributions, representing 18 countries, include ¥Increased human consumption of fish oils and food supplements derived from seafoods, due to advances in medical sciences.¥New secondary products for human, animal, and industrial uses from seafood processing byproducts.¥New methods that improve seafood byproduct safety and processing. ¥Technological advances that have changed processing methods and increased the percentage of fish biomass used as human food.

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Products lAnimal Feeds
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World Market Overview
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Growing Requirements for Fish Meals and Fish Oils
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