Seafood Expo Global
April 21, 2020 - April 23, 2020
The Global Seafood Marketplace
Attendees access new products in fresh, canned, frozen, and value-added seafood, as well as storage, processing, and handling equipment.
Exhibitors put their products in front of thousand of top buyers,
It was the search for something different, something new, that led Brendan Maher and the business he co-owns, St. James Smokehouse, to the concept for Saint Pure Salmon – the company’s award-winning product that continued to score accolades this week at Seafood Expo Global in Brussels, Belgium.
The Annan, Scotland and Miami, Florida, U.S.A.-based St. James Smokehouse produces a variety of smoked salmon products, among them… Read More
Indonesia’s tuna fishery will enter the Marine Stewardship Council assessment process in July, alongside the country’s launch of a brand to highlight the sustainability of its tuna in the European market.
The “Indonesian Tuna - Sustainable by Tradition. One-by-One” brand was launched at the 2019 Seafood Expo Global in Brussels, Belgium by the Indonesian Pole and Line and Handline Fisheries Association (AP2HI) and the… Read More
The expansion of China’s distant-water tuna fleet is enabling a new value-added tuna processing industry in one of the country’s main fishing ports, according to the director of Singapore-based processor The Fish Group.
Company founder and director Alvin Loy bought a processing plant in Zhoushan because the city in the past 10 years has become a huge tuna fishery supply base.
“They have been building a lot of fleets,” he… Read More
Kingfish Zeeland, which operates a recirculating aquaculture system (RAS) in Kats, The Netherlands with an annual production of 600 metric tons of yellowtail, has chosen the state of Maine as the site of a much larger RAS facility it plans to build by 2021 to launch the company’s expansion into the United States.
The company, founded in 2015 by current CEO Ohad Maiman, the former vice president of the Merhav Group, as well as Kees Kloet of… Read More
The Netherlands-based frozen fish supplier J.P. Verwijs has introduced organic compostable packaging for its various seafood products, which are currently on display at Seafood Expo Global in Brussels, Belgium this week.
The new packaging was inspired by the circular economy, a business model that prizes high standards of sustainability, transparency, simplicity, and quality, according to J.P. Verwijs.
“Taking in perception… Read More
Results of a new Eurobarometer study, presented by the European Commission at the 2019 Seafood Expo Global, showed how little seafood consumption patterns have evolved over the past two years.
The study, “E.U. consumer habits on fishery and aquaculture products,” was a follow-up of a similar 2016 survey involved face-to-face interviews with 27,734 people in all 28 E.U. member-states. The new findings suggest that purchasing and… Read More
Canadian firm Icewater Seafoods has contracted with processing equipment provider Marel to outfit its cod plant with a new CAD 1.6 million (USD 1.1 million, EUR 1.06 million) FleXicut machine, the companies announced on Tuesday, 7 May, during the first day of Seafood Expo Global 2019.
The purchase of Marel’s FleXicut system marks the final phase of a CAD 10 million (USD 7.4 million, EUR 6.6 million) investment Icewater Seafoods has made in… Read More
Stolt Sea Farm, a land-based aquaculture operation with seven aquaculture facilities in Spain, has achieved Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) certification, a first for the Iberian Peninsula.
The company announced the certification in time for Seafood Expo Global, taking place from 7 to 9 May in Brussel, Belgium. Stolt Sea Farm has a “firm commitment towards sustainability,” according to a release by the company, and has… Read More
Following up with a recently-announced plan to pour hundreds of millions of dollars into innovation and expansion of its aquaculture sector, representatives of the country’s government are at Seafood Expo Global this week to seek out potential investors.
In April, Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture announced it will invest SAR 1.3 billion (USD 347 million, EUR 309.8 million) into aquaculture projects,… Read More
A new digitized import database system in the European Union will make it harder for illegally caught fishery products to enter the world’s most lucrative market, according to the bloc’s top marine official.
The new CATCH software, launched by Commissioner Karmenu Vella during Seafood Expo Global 2019, responsible for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries in the E.U.’s executive body, will allow authorities to share and… Read More