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Molluscs, Frozen Examples are: adductors of scallops, shelled mussels and clams. Frozen raw or cooked whole animals in shell or shucked meat. (...) Molluscs, Cured Examples are: smoked oysters, dried clams, dried scallops. Salted, dried, smoked meat (all edible). Molluscs, Canned Examples are: vacuum-packed or jarred shelled mussels, clams and oysters; oyster and clam chowder and juice.
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Score: 2340656.8 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/st...oot/food_balance/appendix2.pdf
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Better rights for female clam collectors in Tunisia Helga Josupeit INFOPESCA Abstract In Tunisia, the clam production sector employs more than 4 000 women at 17 production sites, primarily concentrated in two major coastal areas – Gabès and Sfax – with an average annual production of 700 tons mostly directed to export markets. (...) Women collecting clams have increased their sales price by about double due to this agreement. (...) This wetland is known for its natural beds of carpet shells and razor clams, bivalve molluscs of the clam family. Foreign demand for clams is growing steadily.
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Score: 1648918.8 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/st...er-rights/root/volume5/C52.pdf
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How an appetite for clams is helping boost women's empowerment in Tunisia | FAO Stories | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Toggle navigation العربية 中文 english français Русский Español AR ZH EN FR RU ES How an appetite for clams is helping boost women's empowerment in Tunisia Shorter value chains mean clam collectors are getting fairer prices for their work Tunisian clams are increasingly sought-after for their rich taste, helping boost livelihoods for many Tunisian women. (...) In Tunisia, many of these sought-after clams are collected by women who work long days under the hot sun. (...) The women collecting the clams have price incentives to harvest only the bigger ones, allowing for the juvenile clams to mature for the next season.
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Score: 1642811.7 - https://www.fao.org/fao-stories/article/en/c/1264855/
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In addition to the stronger bargaining power of women clam collectors, FAO’s advocacy at the policy level triggered a more transparent environment for marketing transactions. This is especially true for the traceability of the process from the landing, weighing and purchase of clams to the delivery to the clam exporters, as highlighted in the ministerial circular 2016/2017. (...) The Prince Export Centre for Clams is the third pillar of this agreement and is the depuration centre for the clams, ensuring that the products comply with international food safety standards.
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Score: 1621341.7 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...clam-collectors-in-tunisia/en/
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In addition to the stronger bargaining power of women clam collectors, FAO’s advocacy at the policy level triggered a more transparent environment for marketing transactions. This is especially true for the traceability of the process from the landing, weighing and purchase of clams to the delivery to the clam exporters, as highlighted in the ministerial circular 2016/2017. (...) The Prince Export Centre for Clams is the third pillar of this agreement and is the depuration centre for the clams, ensuring that the products comply with international food safety standards.
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Score: 1617112.6 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...clam-collectors-in-tunisia/es/
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Consequently, Chile’s market share in Spain declined from 66 to 57 percent. Clams The price differential between farmed and wild-caught clams is significant, with the majority of clams now coming from aquaculture. Tunisia is one of the main supplying countries of wild clams to the Italian market. During the Christmas period, when clams are an integral part of traditional Italian dishes, these clams can reach a price of EUR 24 per kg, while the competing cultured clam is selling at about EUR 5 per kg.   FAO assisting clam collectors in Tunisia For several years, FAO has been working with local associations of female clam collectors to to help get them organized and be able to obtain a better price margin on their collected clams.
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Score: 1584895.6 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...s/resource-detail/en/c/887775/
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This is why our future intervention will focus on improving access of women clam collectors to social protection and insurance. (...) Intermediaries are responsible for the transport of women clam collectors. The clams collected are sold to intermediaries at cheap prices (5 TND for a Kg), who sell it to corporates, hotels and restaurants at 25 TND for a Kg at least. (...) Clam collecting defines who they are, their roots and it is often the only job that gives them satisfaction.  
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Score: 1583220.8 - https://www.undp.org/fr/tunisi...uman-rights-initiative-tunisia
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Consequently, Chile’s market share in Spain declined from 66 to 57 percent. Clams The price differential between farmed and wild-caught clams is significant, with the majority of clams now coming from aquaculture. Tunisia is one of the main supplying countries of wild clams to the Italian market. During the Christmas period, when clams are an integral part of traditional Italian dishes, these clams can reach a price of EUR 24 per kg, while the competing cultured clam is selling at about EUR 5 per kg.   FAO assisting clam collectors in Tunisia For several years, FAO has been working with local associations of female clam collectors to to help get them organized and be able to obtain a better price margin on their collected clams.
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Score: 1578841.4 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...s/resource-detail/zh/c/887775/
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Next year’s production is also expected to be limited, which will further increase the price levels of scallops in the US market. Clams Clam prices increased impressively in Italy. (...) Prices of the wild venus clam is far lower at 3.99 per kg, with the larger Japanese carpet shell five times the price of the venus clam, which should make consumers return to the venus clam in the short while. (...) China is by far the main supplier of clam to the world market, accounting alone for 60 percent of total clam exports.
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Score: 1563766.9 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/.../resource-detail/en/c/1460125/
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Next year’s production is also expected to be limited, which will further increase the price levels of scallops in the US market. Clams Clam prices increased impressively in Italy. (...) Prices of the wild venus clam is far lower at 3.99 per kg, with the larger Japanese carpet shell five times the price of the venus clam, which should make consumers return to the venus clam in the short while. (...) China is by far the main supplier of clam to the world market, accounting alone for 60 percent of total clam exports.
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Score: 1563766.9 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/.../resource-detail/es/c/1460125/
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