Updates from GSMC 2016

Published on
January 20, 2016


The National Fisheries Institute's Global Seafood Marketing Conference 2016 is underway, and SeafoodSource editors are there to bring you all the latest news on the scene. Check back on this page periodically for all your GSMC 2016 updates.


Pangasius_bucket_homepage.jpgGSMC: Panelists review pangasius, tilapia outlooks in 2016

Panelists gathered to discuss whitefish at a panel at today’s Global Seafood Market Conference in Miami Florida...(Read More)







Salmon fresh.jpgGSMC: 'Fresh' options continue to dominate consumer foodservice trends

Consumers are continuing to expect 'fresh' options when dining out, while many are increasingly looking for ways to bring their at-home goals with them into the foodservice realm... (Read More)





1_Fish_assortment_318.jpgGSMC: Strengthening US dollar means more competition among proteins

The U.S. dollar is expected to stay strong in 2016, but with that comes mroe growth domestically and, in turn, more competition among seafood and other proteins...(Read More)







1_Shrimp_MPEDA.jpgGSMC: Disease will most likely plague 2016 shrimp volumes

Shrimp production increased in 2014, dropped off in 2015, and according to a panel at today's Global Seafood Market Conference, it may not bounce back in the upcoming year...(Read More)






1_Fish_on_ice_318.jpgGSMC: Increase in seafood consumption likely

According to American Seafood Group’s Ron Rogness, the industry can expect to see an increase in seafood consumption...(Read More)


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