FEAP, the Federation of European Aquaculture Producers, is the united voice of the European aquaculture production industry, being the Federation of National aquaculture associations in Europe that represent professional fish farming.
With 26 members drawn from 22 States across the European continent, the FEAP represents
FEAP continuously supports and promotes the responsible development of the European aquaculture sector and, through diversified support actions, develops and provides the common positions and opinions of the European sector. Focused on fish farming, FEAP represents a range of different farmed species that includes trout, salmon, carp, sea bass, sea bream, turbot, cod.
There are many other species that are reared, both in fresh and salt water, and details on the levels of production reported can be found in the section on facts & figures.
Established in 1969, FEAP has adapted to the numerous changes seen in European production and, in line with the expectations of society, provides transparent information on sectoral activities and developments.
FEAP is run by professionals for professionals, meaning that all members are active in fish farming and thus are very much aware of the main issues concerning aquaculture and its development.
Welcome to the FEAP website
Yvette White received the FEAP Award for Excellence in European Aquaculture 2013
The 2nd edition of Aquaculture in Motion was organised by FEAP in Brussels on 6th of November 2013 - Presentations now online!
Aquaculture: part of the European Bioeconomy
How to boost European Aquaculture ? A workshop organised on the occasion of the Committee of the Regionsí Open Days 2013, 8th October, Brussels
The 5th Annual General Meeting of the EATiP will be held in Brussels on the 10th and 11th September 2013.
The updated production data (tons) by country & by species have been published for the period 2003-2012
FEAP's 2012 annual report - published May 2013 - giving an overview of European fish farming and the issues affecting its development
Press release Ė FEAPís DUBLIN DECLARATION ON SUSTAINABLE AQUACULTURE
To boost the development of EU aquaculture, the European Commission has issued strategic guidelines, thereby cooperating with Member States and stakeholders in overcoming the challenges facing the sector.
The 3rd International Marine Protected Areas Congress will be held in Marseille & Corsica on 21-27 October 2013. Take the opportunity to contribute to the program of the event until May 10th.
'Caring for Health and Welfare of fish:A critical success factor for aquaculture' - a conference organised by FVE in Brussels, 16-17 May 2013
Courtney Hough will chair the European Parliament workshop 'Blue Economy in freshwater aquaculture' on 10th of April 2013.
Today, the new regulation on re-authorisation of non ruminant processed animal proteins (PAP) for fish feed has been published by the commission
Aquaculture Economics & Management has published a special issue "The Economic Costs & Benefits of Fish Welfare Management."
A guidance document on 'aquaculture activities and Natura2000' has just been published aiming at offering guidance which would facilitate the knowledge and implementation of EU legislation underpinning Natura 2000 in relation to aquaculture activities
"European aquaculture: the path for growth", a conference organised by the European commission, DG MARE in La Coruna 23 November 2012.
More than 100 people attended the new FEAP event 'Boosting the development of European Aquaculture', organised in Brussels, 7th November 2012