Complying with Market Based Certification Schemes in Indonesian Fisheries and Aquaculture Public Deposited

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  • Indonesia, with a coastline of over 95,000 KM and brackish water area of 1.2 million hactares has very vast fisheries potential. In 2013, Indonesia exported seafood worth 4.16  billion US$. The major markets for Indonesian fisheries are USA, EU, Canada, Japan and China. Indonesian fisheries producers and processors take care to comply with both regulatory as well as non-regulatory requirements. Considering the emerging importance of aquaculture certification for supply chain management, Indonesian Government has introduced IndoGAP, which is based on biosafety, food safety and environment. Over 200 aquaculture companies and 2500 individual farms are GAP certified. IndoGAP covers fresh water aquaculture of carps, catfish and tilapia, brackish water shrimp, as well as marine aquaculture of seabass, groupers and seaweed. Some Indonesian producers and processors have also subscribed to private certifications such as GlobalGAP and Fairtrade.  For food safety related issues, BRC, SQF and FSSC 22000 are also popular. Large processors do not see certification as a trade barrier because they get good returns from their customers. But small producers and processors who cannot recover the cost of certification through their products perceive certification as a trade barrier.
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  • Darmawan, Thomas. 2014. Complying with Market Based Certification Schemes in Indonesian Fisheries and Aquaculture. In: Towards ecosystem based management of fisheries: what role can economics play?: Proceedings of the Seventeenth Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, July 7-11, 2014, Brisbane, Australia. Complied by Ann L. Shriver & Melissa Errend. Corvallis, OR: International Institute of Fisheries.
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