Welsh Seafood Market Development Project
Promoting Welsh seafood products

The Welsh Seafood Market Development Project aims to promote Welsh seafood products to enhance reputation and market opportunity for the Welsh seafood industry from sea to plate, encouraging an increase in Welsh seafood business growth across the supply chain.

The project will work with the Welsh Seafood industry to develop a strong, easily-recognisable identity which will be well-respected and valued across the supply chain and by consumers, supporting Welsh seafood business growth across the supply chain.

The full strategic document outlining the aims and objectives of the project is available to view here:

Promote and follow Welsh Seafood from Sea to Plate by using the hashtag #WelshSeafood #BwydMôrCymru on social media channels. 

We will be updating this page as the project develops, but if you would like further information, please contact Project Manager Caroline Dawson, or the EMFF project Manager, Sian Davies, or follow us on Social Media via the #WelshSeafood #BwydMorCymru hashtag.


Are you a Seafood Festival Organiser?

As part of the project, a Seafood Festival and Events Fund has been established to support festivals that promote Welsh Seafood. 

To date we have supported many festivals across Wales, and the Fund will be available for the duration of the project. Applications are invited to apply for up to £2000, inclusive of VAT,  towards activities such as cooking demonstrations, promotional material, relevant educational activities, and much more. For more information or to request a Seafood Festival Application Pack, please contact Nia Griffith (Marketing and Events Coordinator)

This EMFF project is funded by the ESIF EU fund through Welsh Government.

The Team:

Caroline Dawson - Project Manager
caroline.dawson@menterabusnes.co.uk / 07577 934106

Sian Davies - EMFF Project Manager
sian.davies@menterabusnes.co.uk / 07538 074260

Nia Griffith - Marketing and Events Coordinator
nia.griffith@menterabusnes.co.uk  / 07961 205314