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Tag: fresh fish

Sep 08 2012

Salted fish of Lake Nasser’s fish catch

The majority of fish catch in lake Nasser belongs to about 10 species that collectively make up more than 95% of Lake Nasser catch.  The predominant species sold as fresh fish are the tilapias and Nile perch, Lates niloticus, Labeo and Bagrus, while Alestes spp., Labeo spp., Hydrocynus spp., and Eutropius niloticus are salted. Salting takes …

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Jul 12 2012

Marketing of fish landed by small-scale fishermen in Malawi

Credit: Gaves Mulaleya (Malawi) The processing of fish by small-scale fishers in Malawi is rudimentary. The distribution and marketing of fish is complex but appears to be efficient. The bulk of the fish landed by small-scale fishermen is smoked or sun-dried as shown in the photos while the remainder of fish landed is sold in …

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Jul 06 2012

Marketing of fresh fish in South Sudan

Credit: Juma Frezar (South Sudan) The two photos show a traditional marketing of fresh fish in Bor city, South Sudan.  One of the photos was taken in front of the fisherman’s home whereas his catch of “weer”, Gymnarchus niloticus is offered for sale whereas the second photo shows a small pile of “Nauk”, Heterotis niloticus …

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Jun 07 2012

A typical fish market in Banito city, Unity state (South Sudan)

Credit: Juma Frezar (South Sudan) The two photos show a typical fish market in Banito city, Unity State (South Sudan). One of the photos shows the customers who could not find their target fresh fish as what was there was dried fish of lower consumer preference. The second photo shows a fish trader who refused to …

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