SEAFOOD-AGE tackles a common challenge in the Atlantic Area: an ageing population. Older adults often suffer from illness or disability with the subsequent socioeconomic implications. Healthy ageing requires a healthy diet, and seafood products provide essential nutrients not always accessible to older adults. SEAFOOD-AGE will exploit the maritime dimension of the Atlantic Area regions and will adopt circular economy concepts to generate ready-to-eat seafood for healthy ageing, produce novel eco-packaging and develop a smart label for better quality, safety and minimum food waste. With focus on the 65+adults' needs, the project will: - design sustainable, healthier, safer, high-quality ready-to-eat seafood products, - produce eco-innovative packages exploiting natural resources and by-products, - design smart predictive labels to aid retailers to reduce food waste , and to support ageing consumers to make better-informed ready-to-eat seafood choices, and - develop competences for innovation and accelerate the pace of embedding the circular economy principles into the seafood sector.