The Nile perch processing industry in Tanzania: trends, issues and development

Medard, M. (2000)

Under modern conditions of product competition, it is increasingly risky not to innovate and, at the same time, it is extremely expensive to do. Consumers always want a stream of new and improved products. Competition amongst producers is a factor, which will contribute to the complexities involved in meeting these demands. As with all such initiatives, there arc obstacles to new developments in Tanzania's Nile perch export industry. It is from this perspectives that this paper examines the emergence of the Nile perch filleting industry in Tanzania, its main product types and trade routes, the obstacles to new product development and finally, the benefits that factories perceive that they deliver to the nation.

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