A Movement of Eating Fish Can Be a Source of New Business in Papua

goodmorningpapua.com – All people in Papua are invited to be able to manage fish as a source of new businesses. This call was conveyed by Acting Assistant III for General Affairs of the Regional Secretariat of Papua Province, Derek Hegemur, in Jayapura City, Monday (28/11/2022).

He said the movement to eat fish together some time ago was very beneficial.

“This movement can have an economic impact on families in Papua Province,” said Derek Hegemur

According to Derek, the movement to eat fish is important as the nutritional content is very good for the development of the body.

For example, protein as a source of growth, Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids are beneficial for the health of the mother and the formation of the fetal brain.

“If it is managed properly, it can turn into a business for the people’s economy so that it becomes added value,” he said.

Furthermore, said Derek, there are many processed fish that can be sold, such as crackers, meatballs, shredded fish, and fish meal.

“By turning it into a business, it can improve the family’s economy and can automatically provide regional original income,” said Derek.

He added, for this reason, his party asked various groups of people to continue to be able to carry out the fish-eating movement.

“Efforts to improve people’s nutrition and interest in consuming fish need to be continuously increased, because fish is expected to be one of the main sources of protein in consumption patterns,” he said.

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