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Main Fisheries Products
with Potential to Tap into
the Tourism Market
Fisheries Products and Tourism Market
Stephen Willou...
1. Introduction
2. Fish supplies
3. Value-added production
4. Fresh, chilled and frozen
5. Challenges facing access to hot...
Introduction
The fishing industry contributes to:
1.Nutritional, food and social wellbeing
security;
2.Earning valuable fo...
Supply - Local Fish Production
Billfishes
Local fishing boat
Swordfish
Tuna
Dolphinfish
King Fish
Flying Fish
Snapper
Bill...
Fish
Whole fish
head
and fins intact
Dressed fish
whole fish with scale
head/gills and fins removed
(gut in or out)
Fillet...
Fish Imports
Local Fish Landings
Value-added Fisheries Products
Fish Imports
Local Fish Landings
Value-added Fisheries Products
Fresh/chilled/frozen
Species
Fresh/chilled
(whole or cuts)
Frozen
(Cuts)
Dolphinfish x x
Swordfish x x
Flyingfish x x
Snap...
Challenges Facing Access to Hotels
1.Local fish production is down.
2.High prices of locally produced fish.
3.Local landin...
Tariffs of Fish Imports
Species
(fresh or frozen)
Primary
Processing
Secondary
Processing
Hotels
Cleaning
the body
Adding
...
“Government will strengthen the
linkage between Tourism:
• agriculture and fisheries”
The White Paper
ACTION?
When? Where?...
Thank You
Tariffs of Fish Imports
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Barbados Agritourism Policy Setting Workshop 2019: Stephen Willoughby "Overview of the Main Agricultural and Fisheries Products With Potential For Export to Tourism Markets"

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Barbados Agritourism Policy Setting Workshop 2019
Policy setting for improved linkages between agriculture, trade and tourism: Strengthening the local agrifood sector and promoting healthy food in agritourism.

Workshop organised by the Government of Barbados
In collaboration with CABA, CTA, IICA, CTO, CHTA, CDB
Courtyard by Marriott Hotel, Barbados, 27 & 28 March 2019

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Barbados Agritourism Policy Setting Workshop 2019: Stephen Willoughby "Overview of the Main Agricultural and Fisheries Products With Potential For Export to Tourism Markets"

  1. 1. Main Fisheries Products with Potential to Tap into the Tourism Market Fisheries Products and Tourism Market Stephen Willoughby Fisheries Division
  2. 2. 1. Introduction 2. Fish supplies 3. Value-added production 4. Fresh, chilled and frozen 5. Challenges facing access to hotels Content
  3. 3. Introduction The fishing industry contributes to: 1.Nutritional, food and social wellbeing security; 2.Earning valuable foreign exchange; 3.Economic activity through several vibrant small businesses, including; • harvesting and processing, • retailing and wholesaling, • distribution and fish export.
  4. 4. Supply - Local Fish Production Billfishes Local fishing boat Swordfish Tuna Dolphinfish King Fish Flying Fish Snapper Billfish Target Species - 2000-3500 mt/year
  5. 5. Fish Whole fish head and fins intact Dressed fish whole fish with scale head/gills and fins removed (gut in or out) Fillets Side the entire side of the fish with skin on and pin bones in or out Loin the central, thick part of a fish fillet (may be cut in cross-section) Other Cut Steaks a cross-section slice of a dressed fish Fish Imports Supply - Fish Imports Species • Dolphinfish • Swordfish • White fish • Flyingfish • Snapper • Kingfish • Billfish • Tunas
  6. 6. Fish Imports Local Fish Landings Value-added Fisheries Products
  7. 7. Fish Imports Local Fish Landings Value-added Fisheries Products
  8. 8. Fresh/chilled/frozen Species Fresh/chilled (whole or cuts) Frozen (Cuts) Dolphinfish x x Swordfish x x Flyingfish x x Snapper x x Kingfish x x Billfish x x Tunas x x
  9. 9. Challenges Facing Access to Hotels 1.Local fish production is down. 2.High prices of locally produced fish. 3.Local landings of fish cannot meet local demand. 4.Need to import to meet local demand. 5.High tariffs on imported fish for primary processing. 6.Hotels import fish at 0% tariff.
  10. 10. Tariffs of Fish Imports Species (fresh or frozen) Primary Processing Secondary Processing Hotels Cleaning the body Adding substances - Flying fish 145% 0% 0% Dolphin 10% 0% 0% Wahoo (kingfish) 10% 0% 0% Yellow fin tuna 10% 0% 0% Swordfish 10% 0% 0% Billfish 40% 0% 0% Other species 40% 0% 0% Production inputs 0% 0% -
  11. 11. “Government will strengthen the linkage between Tourism: • agriculture and fisheries” The White Paper ACTION? When? Where? and How?
  12. 12. Thank You Tariffs of Fish Imports

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