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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Apply now to put more local seafood on NSW plates

The Eat More NSW Seafood 2023 grants program is designed to build marketing and promotion capability within seafood businesses through small-scale (less than $10,000 excluding GST) and large-scale ($10,000 to $100,000 excluding GST) grants.

The purpose of the campaign is to increase consumption of NSW seafood, drive the value of NSW seafood through increased awareness and consumption, and build industry capabilities and cohesiveness.

This grant is funded by the NSW Government under the Marine Estate Management Strategy. The 10-year Strategy was developed by the NSW Marine Estate Management Authority to coordinate the management of the marine estate.

Eligible projects will deliver on one or more of the following objectives: promote the sustainability and quality of NSW seafood promote the health benefits of seafood consumption increase consumer purchasing options across a broader variety of seafood products educate consumers and the general community about the importance of sustainable fishing and aquaculture, and how they can help to achieve this through their seafood purchasing choices increase the awareness of the economic and social contributions by NSW seafood production to local and regional communities build community support for NSW commercial fishing and aquaculture.

Applications close on Friday 17 March 2023. For more information visit

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