The aquaculture subsector in Kenya continues its steady growth trend, therefore it is necessary
to ensure that it is supported by favourable, attractive and profitable marketing enterprises. The
need to develop superior farmed fish products niche is therefore inevitable. This is possible
through the development of value addition technologies for aquaculture products that meet
consumer preferences and needs.
To respond to these demands, KMFRI scientists and technicians have developed innovative fish
preservation and value addition technologies to reduce post-harvest losses, increase shelf life
and diversify product range to satisfy consumer preferences.
This recipe book lays a firm foundation for promoting fish preservation and value-addition
technologies. Its aim is to make these innovations readily available to prospective and practicing
fish farmers, processors, traders, vendors, consumers and researchers in product development
to achieve their specific needs.
The book goes for KShs 500.00 (Five Hundred Shillings Only),
To make an order, contact: –
Mr. Kevin Obiero or Ms. Mary Opiyo
Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute
Sagana Aquaculture Research Centre
P.O Box 451-10230
Mobile: +254 719 404 590.
Copies are also available at KMFRI Headquarters, Nairobi Liaison Office based at the National
Museums of Kenya, KMFRI Kisumu Centre, KMFRI Kegati Centre and KMFRI Sangoro