WaSeaBi partners will be presenting at the 51st Western European Fish Technologists Association (WEFTA) Conference taking place in Copenhagen, Denmark from 16-20 October 2023.
The WEFTA conference is where food scientists, PhD students and fish processing industries meet to present their latest research achievements and share valuable experiences in the field of fish industry and aquatic products, quality and safety.
The theme for this year's conference is "Sustainable utilization of aquatic resources – changing the way we Seafood".
We are proud to announce that the session on “Side streams for food and non-food products to reach zero waste production”, which takes place on 18 October, will include no fewer than 7 presentations and 1 poster where partners will disseminate WaSeaBi results.
Below you can see the titles of the presentations and poster:
- Erasmo Cadena, Ghent University, Belgium
Valorization of solid seafood side-streams. Life cycle assessment of an enzymatic hydrolysis technology to recover flavoring agents from salmon backbones
Ann-Dorit Moltke Sørensen, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Production of savoury ingredient, an upcycling route for cod backbone
Monica Gutierrez, AZTI, Spain
Production of savory compounds from mussel cooking water side stream
Carlos Bald, AZTI, Spain
Production of savoury compounds from salmon processing side-streams
Bruno Iñarra, AZTI, Spain
Production of bioactive compounds from fish discards
Grethe Hyldig, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Does the consumer have any barriers and/or motives for new ingredients produced from seafood side-streams?
- Ingrid Undeland, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
The seafood process water biorefinery - from waste to value (includes WaSeaBi results as well as results from other projects)
- Ann-Dorit Moltke Sørensen, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Recovery of protein and phosphorus from cod processing waters using flocculation