Seafood Expo North America
Seafood Expo North America/Seafood Processing North America presents: Seafood Expo North America Reconnect
On demand until April 22
The digital seafood conference for North America
Seafood Expo North America Reconnect is the seafood industry’s digital solution for continuing to learn, connect and do business in North America.
Through a comprehensive and intuitive online platform, stakeholders will access the content, resources and connections they need to move business forward.
March 13-15, 2022
The Seafood Marketplace for North America
Seafood Expo North America attendees meet with thousands of suppliers to find the newest fresh, frozen, and packaged seafood products and stay current on industry trends.
Seafood Processing North America attendees share ideas, find new processing equipment, make connections and get the news on preparing, delivering and packaging seafood products.
If you are a seafood professional in the North American market, this is a must-attend event.
This year’s version of Seafood Expo North America/Seafood Processing North America, scheduled for 11 to 13 July, 2021, has been canceled by organizer Diversified Communications.
The next edition of the expo will take place 13 to 15 March, 2022, according to Diversified.
“In light of ongoing public health concerns caused by the pandemic, Diversified Communications, organizer of Seafood Expo North America/Seafood Processing North… Read More
Getting Mexico’s national seafood production certified as sustainable is the next significant step the country needs to take towards better environmental and commercial performance, according to participants in a panel focused on Mexico's seafood market during Seafood Expo North America Reconnect.
The panel, “Progress and Opportunities for an Emerging Sustainable Seafood Movement in Mexico,” took place 19 March and… Read More
Senior officials from NOAA Fisheries speaking at the Seafood Expo North America Reconnect event on Thursday, 18 March, said U.S. President Joe Biden’s emphasis on action on climate change could align well with support for the domestic seafood industry.
The new administration has not even been in office for two month and still have several political appointments waiting to be confirmed. However, NOAA Fisheries Acting Assistant Administrator… Read More
A ramp-up on enforcement of rules designed to prevent forced labor by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is expected to continue, according to an expert in U.S. import rules.
Speaking during a Seafood Expo North America Reconnect panel, FDAImports.com CEO and Founder Benjamin England that a current increase in enforcement will only increase in the coming years. With the U.S.… Read More
The sustainability movement in seafood encompasses a vast network of initiatives and individuals committed to driving lasting change.
Working within the movement can feel “like being in a galaxy,” according to Walton Family Foundation Senior Environmental Program Officer Teresa Ish, in that it inspires awe and, at the same time, a sense of uncertainty about where to turn next.
“It’s hard to see the galaxy when… Read More
Almost exactly a year ago, the COVID-19 pandemic forced the North American seafood industry to confront an ultimatum: adapt or risk perishing. By and large, seafood suppliers on the continent chose the former, opting to transform their businesses to succeed in a drastically changed market, according to a panel of industry insiders, speaking at this week’s Seafood Expo North America Reconnect.
Ocean Wise Conservation… Read More
Given one word to explain the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic for seafood retailers, “chaos” is what Publix Seafood Category Manager Guy Pizzuti immediately names.
Speaking during a panel at Seafood Expo North America Reconnect, Pizzuti – who was joined by Hy-Vee Vice President of Meat/Seafood/Delicatessen Jason Pride, Meijer Seafood Buyer David Wier, and Food Marketing Institute Vice President of Fresh Foods Rick… Read More
Not only are Americans eager to get back out to eat, they’re also hankering to try something different when they do, according to Datassential Director of Customer Success Mark DiDimenico.
Adding unique and portable seafood dishes to menus will help restaurants and other foodservice outlets increase spending averages and make up for some of the declines experienced in the industry over the past year, DiDimenico and other chefs and… Read More
Almost exactly a year ago, Ian Amin, the senior director of supply chain for Home Chef, a Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.-based meal kit and food delivery company, was driving to pick up a new puppy in Wisconsin when he received a call from his boss that would change the trajectory of his entire year.
Kroger, which bought Home Chef in 2018, was facing an acute food shortage as a result of panic-buying driven by the rapid spread of COVID-19 across the… Read More
Stifel Financial Corp. Senior Economist Lindsey Piegza thinks USD 10 trillion (EUR 8.4 trillion) might just be enough stimulus to get the global economy through the COVID-19 pandemic.
That’s the figure Piezga estimates the collective government response has been globally to the crisis. And while the total amount spent thus far is staggering, the United States and many other Western governments are still in recession and there are many… Read More