Seafood Expo Global
25-27 APRIL 2023
The Global Seafood Marketplace
Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global is the largest seafood event on the planet, serving industry professionals and buyers from all corners of the supply chain and world. If you purchase seafood for your business, you simply cannot afford to miss this event.
Learn more about the upcoming edition by visiting the event website.
Karavela is rebranding its Larsen canned fish range, with the goal of increasing its sales in Germany.
The Riga, Latvia-headquartered processing and canning company has spent at least EUR 200,000 (USD 220,000) on the effort, creating a new brand concept, visual identity, and more-colorful packaging, based upon consumer studies designed to better position the brand in the German canned seafood market, according to Karavela Marketing Manager… Read More
The largest-ever Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global opens tomorrow, 25 April at the Fira de Barcelona’s Gran Vía exhibition grounds.
The latest edition of the expo will occupy 49,339 net square meters of exhibit space, a 24 percent increase over last year and 21 percent larger than the 2019 edition in Brussels, Belgium. The expo features 2,078 exhibiting companies from 87 countries – 847 of which are new exhibitors… Read More
The 29th edition of Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global, taking place in Barcelona, Spain from 25 to 27 April, 2023, will once again feature a conference program with international experts from across the seafood sector and beyond.
Covering more than 20 educational sessions over the three-day expo, the program will cover a wide array of subjects impacting the seafood industry – from climate change and environmental issues to… Read More
The world’s largest seafood trade event, Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global, returns to Barcelona, Spain next week bigger than ever before.
The 29th edition of the event, taking place from 25 to 27 April, 2023 at Fira de Barcelona’s Gran Via exhibition venue, will welcome at least 847 new exhibitors and occupy 49,339 net square meters overall – a 24 percent increase in size over the 2022 expo. We are looking forward… Read More
A total of 39 finalists from 16 countries will compete in the 2023 Seafood Excellence Global awards competition, set to take place during the upcoming Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global in Barcelona, Spain – running from 25 to 27 April – event organizer Diversified Communications announced.
The competition, the organizer said, features and recognizes the best seafood products being represented at the exposition. Two grand… Read More
At least 776 new exhibitors will attend the 2023 Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global, taking place 25 to 27 April, 2023 in Barcelona, Spain.
The 2023 expo, the second to be held in Barcelona following the show’s move from Brussels, Belgium, will be the largest-ever version of the event and, occupying 49,299 square meters, the biggest seafood trade show in the world this year. The event will be 24 percent larger than 2022 by size,… Read More
The 2023 Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global is set to become the world’s largest seafood trade expo.
This year’s event will return to Fira de Barcelona’s Gran Via 25 to 27 April, 2023 and will feature, to-date, more than 49,000 net square meters of exhibit space, breaking the event’s record for the largest edition in the expo's history. It will be 23 percent larger than the 2022 show, according to Portland,… Read More
The 29th edition of Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global is set to be larger than last year’s event, with more than 45,000 square meters in exhibit space sold and months to go before the event takes place for the second time in Barcelona, Spain, from 25 to 27 April, 2023.
In a press release, Diversified Communications said the event had a successful debut at Fira de Barcelona's Gran Vía venue in April 2022, bringing in… Read More
Following an extremely difficult two years during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Maldives is seeking to restore its tuna exports to their pre-pandemic levels, according to Maldives Fisheries Minister Hussain Rasheed Hassan. Hassan told SeafoodSource he is hoping for a post-COVID turnaround for his nation’s tuna industry and explained how his country’s government is working to implement stronger controls over Indian Ocean fishing fleets… Read More
Ålesund, Norway-based Hofseth International has its sites focused on greater penetration into European markets as it continues to develop its unique land-based salmon farm in an abandoned olivine mine.
Founded by Roger Hofseth, the company started out as a salmon processor in 2005 and has since become a major supplier of salmon to the U.S., and a salmon farmer in its own right. The company, Fredrik Wikeby of Hofseth told SeafoodSource, is… Read More