|Appears in Collections:||Aquaculture Book Chapters and Sections|
|Title:||Aquaculture Technologies for Food Security|
|Author(s):||Little, David C|
Bunting, Stuart W
|Citation:||Little DC & Bunting SW (2016) Aquaculture Technologies for Food Security. In: Madramootoo C (ed.) Emerging Technologies for Promoting Food Security: Overcoming the World Food Crisis. Woodhead Publishing series in Food Science, Technology and Nutrition. Cambridge: Elsevier, pp. 93-113. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/B9781782423355000056|
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|Series/Report no.:||Woodhead Publishing series in Food Science, Technology and Nutrition|
|Abstract:||Aquaculture has been identified as a critical part of supporting food security, especially for low- and medium-income countries (LMIC) in which fish is an established and key part of diets. Finfish and other aquatic products (“fish”) are high in protein and rich in micronutrients. Employment for low-income people throughout aquaculture value chains is increasingly contributing both directly and indirectly to their food and nutritional security.|
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