As you might be aware, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect on 25 May 2018 which aims to harmonize existing data protection legislation within the European Union. Companies have new obligations around the storing and processing of the personal data of their end users in the EU. FEAP has implemented proper measures to be GDPR compliant by 25 May 2018 and ensure your data is treated with the highest standards as laid out in the regulation.
FEAP stands for Federation of European Aquaculture Producers.
It is the united voice of the European aquaculture production industry, being the Federation of National aquaculture associations in Europe that represent professional fish farming.

FEAP supports and promotes the responsible development of aquaculture and provides the common positions and opinions of the European aquaculture sector.


Amongst FEAP’s most important activities is its advisory role in providing positions, documentation and data on European aquaculture issues to the European Commission and the European Parliament as well as other aquaculture stakeholder organisations – this is done at both the European and global levels – Advisory Role

FEAP is also active in both promoting and participating in research and support/coordination projects that contribute to innovation and development of the European fish farming sector – Research and Innovation

FEAP is also increasingly involved in sectoral actions and discussions on aquaculture as well as broader issues that affect the profession.

A FEAP Award is made annually to a person who has excelled in their contribution to the development of European aquaculture.



  • Pursue and improve its coordination role of the goals of its National member associations and the aquaculture profession.
  • Assure a pro-active position in front of all relevant authorities and interests.
  • Provide accurate information and sound rationale to policy and decision makers.
  • Guarantee the communication of accurate and unbiased information on aquaculture processes and products to the consumer.
  • Guarantee valid, consensual and timely responses to key issues.
  • Develop the structure and operations required for the representation of a dynamic and visible sector at European and global levels.

To ensure that the European Union is “open to public scrutiny”, the European Commission and the European Parliament have set up a transparency register for interest representatives.  Companies, business associations, consultancies as well as civil society organisations that engage in “activities carried out with the objective of influencing the policy formulation and decision-making processes of the European institutions” are encouraged to sign up.  The FEAP is registered under the following registration number: 42738291569-54

The FEAP strictly follows its Antitrust Code of Conduct. In all the activities that the federation carries out, notably in meetings, care is taken and vigilance is applied to assure full compliance with applicable antitrust rules. Participation in the federation is limited to representatives of the National Aquaculture Associations that are members of the FEAP.