Seafood Expo Global
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,
The Hellenic Aquaculture Producers Organization (HAPO), a privately-owned non-profit representing approximately 80 percent of Greece’s aquaculture industry, will be hosting a food truck at this year’s Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global event in Brussels, Belgium from 24 to 26 April as a means to promote its new collective label, Fish from Greece.
Visitors and attendees of the exposition can stop by the silver truck… Read More
A luncheon to be hosted by the Global Aquaculture Alliance in Brussels, Belgium next week during Seafood Expo Global will serve as a launching point for a new independent not-for-profit organization intended to provide credible supply chain assurances for both farmed and wild seafood.
The new organization represents “the next phase in the responsible seafood journey,” GAA said in its announcement for the luncheon, which… Read More
Norwegian salmon supplier Nils Williksen has contracted with premium processing equipment developer BAADER to introduce state-of-the-art salmon slaughter solution technologies into its operations, a move that is expected to increase capacity exponentially, according to a recent announcement from the companies.
Nils Williksen’s Rørvik, Norway-based plant is expected to be outfitted with Baader’s latest salmon slaughter… Read More
Forty finalists from 17 countries around the world have been selected to contend for top honors in the upcoming Seafood Excellence Global awards competition, scheduled to take place next month during the 2018 Seafood Expo Global / Seafood Processing Global industry trade event in Brussels, Belgium.
The competition will feature and recognize the best seafood products represented at the three-day seafood exposition, to be held from 24… Read More
The 26th edition of Seafood Expo Global, and the 20th edition of Seafood Processing Global – taking place in Brussels, Belgium from 24 to 26 April – look poised to break more records in 2018, according to event organizer Diversified Communications.
Last year, more than 28,500 attendees from 150 countries registered to attend the event, which included 1,859 exhibiting companies, ranking it amongst the largest seafood trade shows in… Read More