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This week's panel

Karen Barnes is editor of 'delicious.' magazine (www.deliciousmagazine.co.uk);

Andy Gray, from Seafish (seafish.org), organises the National Fish & Chip Awards, to be announced on 20 January (www.fishandchipawards.com);

Elaine Campbell is director of fundraising for the Fishermen's Mission, a charity that supports fishermen and their families (www.fishermensmission.org.uk);

Emily Howgate (of SeaWeb - Seafood Choices) works on Good Catch, a joint project that helps restaurants and caterers to improve seafood sustainability (www.goodcatch.org.uk);

Craig Butcher is editor of MSN food and drink (www.food.uk.msn.com).

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