Your guide to official Seafood Expo Asia 2016 expo coverage from SeafoodSource
EDITOR'S NOTE: FULL COVERAGE FROM THE 2016 SEAFOOD EXPO ASIA CAN BE FOUND BELOW:
Seafood buyers and suppliers will once again congregate in Hong Kong in the coming week to explore and immerse themselves within the lucrative
The seventh annual edition of the event, Seafood Expo Asia 2016 will feature exhibits from more than 240 seafood suppliers from 6 to 8 September. When attendees aren’t walking the show floor, they will be able to attend panel discussion sessions on topics such as “How Sustainability is Changing Asian Seafood Markets” and “E-Commerce: The Most Effective Way to Grow Your Asian Seafood Sales,” moderated by SeafoodSource’s own contributing editor from China, Gao Fu Mao (Mark Godfrey). What’s more, visitors to SEA this year will be able to witness and participate in cooking master classes involving species like Alaska wild salmon, and Canadian lobster and snow crab.
As the official media outlet for Seafood Expo Asia – a distinction no other news site can claim – SeafoodSource will be covering the event from the show floor and beyond. Bookmark this page for periodic updates from the exposition. Follow us on Twitter @SeafoodSource and send us your expo news using the hashtag #seasia2016 so we can reblog you.
Have some news you want to share and promote? Send it over to one of our associate editor Madelyn Kearns at [email protected]
Premium members, prepare for the show by listening to SeafoodSource’s SEA-sponsored webinar “Trends in Chinese Seafood Consumption and Governance,” archived for anytime access under the webinars tab.
Read through the linked stories below to stay up to date on SEA pre-show coverage and live coverage.
See you at SEA!
Introducing innovative barramundi and tuna products from Singapore’s rising seafood star
Chile approaching Asian market with more than just salmon
New traceable fish label and mobile app launched in Hong Kong
Hong Kong exhibitors win VIP cash prizes
5 questions seafood suppliers need to ask to ensure proper cold chain management
Excitement runs high as Seafood Expo Asia 2016 prepares to open its doors
Fusion cuisine trend inspires new seafood salad product
US lobster, crab businesses eye Asian market
Leading UK independent seafood supplier aims to break into new overseas markets
Blue swimming crabmeat in cans, cups coming to Seafood Expo Asia
4 new innovative seafood products to watch for in Asia
Exploring the logistics of the cold seafood supply chain in Asia
Seafood Expo Asia to return to Hong Kong in September 2016