Please join us in Nelson on Monday 03 July 2017 for our inaugural annual meeting that is being held in conjunction with the NZIFST Conference (4-6 July 2017).
On a wharf in Mapua, overlooking the largest estuary in New Zealand, began a company that uses brick kilns, manuka shavings, smoke, and a simple brine to turn out premium seafood.
More than 20% of fresh-cut sliced apples in the US are now processed using New Zealand technology.
Cawthron has been helping the Tasmanian seafood industry improve testing for paralytic shellfish toxins – a recurring problem for their shellfish aquaculture sector.
A food safety test recently developed by scientists at Cawthron Institute and the UK's Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas) is proving valuable to shellfish industry and consumers.