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What do you get if you mix fishing and beauty products?

What do you get if you mix fishing and beauty products?

Field Notes, powered by KPMG, is a weekly news update on news nationally and globally from the agri-food sector.

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Ian Proudfoot

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[30 September, Stuff]

Seafood company Sanford will partner with beauty brand Two Islands to produce health products using marine collagen sourced from fish skin, a natural by-product of Sanford’s hoki fishery. The deal was an example of Sanford’s strategy to use all its materials, said interim chief executive Andre Gargiulo. Sanford also announced plans last year to build a new facility in Blenheim to turn some of its seafood products into dietary supplements and cosmetics.

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