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,
GlobalG.A.P., a certification program that ensures sustainability in the entire supply chain of aquaculture projects, announced at Seafood Expo Global 2018 that it has created a non-genetically modified add-on in collaboration with VLOG e.v.
The new add-on is designed to allow producers that already meet GlobalG.A.P. standards to more quickly get the “VLOG seal,” which signifies that the producer has been certified as not using any… Read More
Government officials and nonprofit leaders from Argentina gave a review of their ongoing fisheries improvement project at Seafood Expo Global 2018, and announced that they hope to pursue Marine Stewardship Council certification for Argentine red shrimp by the end of 2019.
Fished by both near-shore and off-shore vessels, landings of Argentine red shrimp have been steadily increasing over the past several years. The 2017 catch was among… Read More
A panel of key industry members, NGOs, and Marine Stewardship Council officials met on 25 April to discuss what the future has in store for the MSC.
MSC CEO Rupert Howes was on hand to discuss the future of the program and the challenges it will need to face – and is already facing – after over 20 years of existence. Key to the discussion was the United Nation’s framework known as Sustainable Development Goals, and how… Read More
One of China’s two leading online retailers, JD.com, has committed itself to selling Best Aquaculture Practises (BAP) certified product in a potentially significant move that could have a big impact on sustainability given China’s growing online sales of seafood.
With JD.com racing to lock down new supply for China’s growing seafood demand, the company has committed to having 50 percent of the farmed seafood sold on its… Read More
The 42 Scottish seafood companies exhibiting at this year’s Seafood Expo Global event in Brussels, Belgium from 24 to 26 April are hoping to build upon the rapid growth seen in previous years for the country’s delegation. Ultimately, the collective is looking to surpass the estimated GBP 33 million (USD 46 million, EUR 37 million) made in deals at last year's global expo, and broaden the reach of Scottish exports around the world, it… Read More
The Global Aquaculture Alliance facilitated the official launch of a new, independent not-for-profit organization, Global Seafood Assurances (GSA), on Wednesday, 25 April, during Seafood Expo Global in Brussels, Belgium. The new venture will address marketplace expectations for assurance involving environmental responsibility, social responsibility, food safety, and animal welfare for both farmed and wild-caught seafood.
Assurances that… Read More
The International Pole and Line Foundation (IPNLF)has welcomed major tuna supplier and tuna brand developer Tri Marine as one of its newest supply chain members, the non-profit association announced on 22 April.
The privately-owned Tri Marine, which got its start as a business back in 1972 in Singapore, has grown into one of the largest tuna supply companies in the world, and is “recognized as a leader in sustainable and… Read More
Anova Seafood is rolling out a premium chilled seafood range for retail at Seafood Expo Global in Brussels, Belgium, 24 to 26 April.
The ’s-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands-based seafood supplier (located in Hall 6, stand #1023) said the new range includes ready-to-eat fish, fish for the barbecue, fish as a meal component, and fish as an ingredient.
“We see consumer demand increasing for products with a transparent and simple supply… Read More
The recent clampdown on salmon smuggling in China has given renewed confidence to a Shandong-based seafood firm, which is farming salmon locally.
Shandong Oriental Ocean has organized a media tour to showcase its land based salmon production facilities in Yantai, a major seafood processing hub on China’s eastern coast.
The firm is aiming for 1,000 metric tons (MT) per year of production – nearly double its current output… Read More
Frozen, prepared ceviche and flavored hake slices are Peru’s latest value-added creations in a campaign the country’s marketing board hopes will increase the value of the country’s seafood exports.
Karl Berger, coordinator of the fisheries product department at Promperu, and Ana Maria Deustua, the economic attaché for the Embassy of Peru’s mission to the European Union, told SeafoodSource at the 2018 Seafood Expo… Read More