Supporting the Irish Seafood Industry

Bord Iascaigh Mhara helps to develop the Irish Seafood Industry by providing technical expertise, business support, funding, training and promoting responsible environmental practice.

Services

Funding BIM Swoosh

Funding

We provide grant aid right across the seafood industry

Funding

We provide grant aid right across the seafood industry

Training BIM Swoosh

Training

Explore our range of accredited Seafood Training Programmes

Training

Explore our range of accredited Seafood Training Programmes

Advisory Services BIM Swoosh

Advisory Services

We offer a range of Technical and Business services to support your business

Advisory Services

We offer a range of Technical and Business services to support your business

Sustainability & Certification BIM Swoosh

Sustainability & Certification

Achieve the highest standards in environmental management, food safety & quality

Sustainability & Certification

Achieve the highest standards in environmental management, food safety & quality

Industry Projects BIM Swoosh

Industry Projects

BIM and Industry collaborate to find innovative solutions through technical expertise and knowledge

Industry Projects

BIM and Industry collaborate to find innovative solutions through technical expertise and knowledge

Latest News & Events

Sustainability trends driving shift to cleaner technologies in seafood industry

At a Clean Smoke technology webinar, hosted by Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM), Ireland’s Seafood Development Agency earlier this month (Friday, July 2nd) seafood processors learnt about the benefits of this technology compared to traditional smoking of species such as salmon and mackerel.

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Sustainability trends driving shift to cleaner technologies in seafood industry

BIM launches programme aimed at helping seafood businesses attract, develop and retain talent

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Emerging technologies in aquaculture focus of BIM webinar

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Young Chefs announced for BIM’s Taste the Atlantic Ambassador Programme

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Public consultation now open for comments on Certified Quality Aquaculture (CQA) Farm & Processing Standards

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A Seafood Way of Life

As an island nation and with over 8,000 kms of coastland, Ireland has a rich tradition in fishing and aquaculture. Our coastal communities have worked in harmony with nature and have been to the forefront in ensuring the sustainable development of our natural resource, while passing on the knowledge, expertise and passion for the seafood way of life, throughout the generations

 

Facts & Figures

Taste the Atlantic

The ARC Project