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Adriana Sanchez

Adriana Sánchez is the chief sustainability officer of Sea Delight, based in Miami, Florida, U.S.A. and president of the company’s charitable arm, the Sea Delight Ocean Fund. Under Sánchez’s direction, Sea Delight has been helped to develop and support fishery improvement projects (FIP) and better fishing practices initiatives around the world and expanded its efforts to help the fisheries it sources from obtain Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification. In addition, Sánchez works to...

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TJ Tate is the director of seafood sustainability for Gulf Wild, a nonprofit organization based in Florida that supports U.S. fishermen in the Gulf of Mexico. She was also the winner of the Vision category for SeaWeb’s 2015 Seafood Champion Awards. In addition to her duties at Gulf Wild, Tate also works as director of seafood sustainability for the National Aquarium in Washington D.C. and is developing a new seafood program for the aquarium called Seafood Smart.

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LoveTheWild

Jacqueline Claudia and Christy Brouker are the co-founders of LoveTheWild, which launched in 2014 as a start-up selling cook-from-frozen fish kits based in Boulder, Colorado, U.S.A. The company currently sells a line featuring barramundi, catfish, mahi mahi, rockfish, cod and trout through Alfalfa’s Market in Boulder and is planning its distribution expansion into the Midwest and New York City.

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Larry Cope is president & CEO of Clear Springs Food in Buhl, Idaho, one of the world’s largest producers of freshwater rainbow trout, processing more than 20 million pounds a year.

SeafoodSource: What would you consider your biggest business challenge thus far at Clear Springs? How did you manage it and what did you learn from that experience?

Cope: Clear Springs owns substantial water rights in Idaho that deliver flows of pristine spring water in excess of 500,000 gallons per minute at a...

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VeroBlue Farms is an onshore, indoor aquaculture farm specializing in barramundi. It announced plans recently to expand production from 1 million pounds to 7.2 million, starting in 2017. SeafoodSource.com interviewed Leslie Wulf, CEO of the Iowa-based company.

SeafoodSource: What’s the demand for barramundi and how has it changed?

Wulf: The demand for quality whitefish remains strong in North America. There are still issues with supply of alternative whitefish, such as limited availability...

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Karina Amaluisa

The Trade Office of Ecuador in New York, part of ProEcuador, works directly with exporters, including several seafood companies, providing services to help them prepare to meet U.S. regulations and certifications and connecting them with importers within the United States. Karina Amaluisa, Ecuador’s trade commissioner in New York, has worked in her current position since 2012 and has been employed by the Trade Office of Ecuador in New York since 2009. Amaluisa was accompanied in her...

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Roger O’Brien, Santa Monica Seafood

Roger O’Brien is the CEO of Santa Monica Seafood, a processor and distributor that sources more than 27 million pounds of fresh and frozen seafood annually, selling to foodservice and retail grocery accounts.

SeafoodSource: What would you consider your biggest business challenge thus far, how did you manage it and what did you learn from that experience?

O’Brien: I would say the assimilation of acquired companies including those that used to do business as Fish Warehouse, Long Beach...

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Salty Girl Seafood

Norah Eddy and Laura Johnson are co-founders of Salty Girl Seafood, a sustainable seafood company founded in 2014 and based in Santa Barbara, California. The company develops traceable, chef-quality seafood products to promote sustainable fishing practices and ocean stewardship.

SeafoodSource: Your focus is on sourcing and selling sustainable, traceable seafood. How easy or difficult has it been to achieve this given the long-standing practices within the seafood industry?

Eddy &amp...

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Jason Drew is co-founder of AgriProtein Technologies, a Cape Town, South Africa-based company founded in 2008 that is farming flies to replace fishmeal on chicken and fish farms, and in the process, trying to prevent further plundering of ocean resources.

SeafoodSource: You have predicted you will soon have 8.5 billion head of Hermetia Illucens on site at the factory farm in Cape Town, 22 tons of Black Soldier Fly larvae destined for chicken farms and aquaculture plants. What percentage...

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Ben Lloyd

Ben Lloyd is the owner and president of Pangea Shellfish Co. and Standish Shore Oyster Farm. The company, which carries more than 70 oyster varieties, operates from an 8,000-square-foot facility in Boston and employs more than a dozen full- and part-time employees between the two businesses.

SeafoodSource: How did you come to be in the oyster business?

Lloyd: I always knew I wanted to open my own business and be my own boss. I was a marine affairs major in college at the University of...

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