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The seafood industry in Asia is undergoing a sea change as the continent gains in international prominence. Traditional seafood powers China and Thailand are losing grip on their dominant positions in the marketplace and upstarts including India, Vietnam and Indonesia are gaining market share. Meanwhile, a host of challenges have arisen that threaten to derail the continent’s rise. Join SeafoodSource contributing editors Mark Godfrey, who reports from Beijing, China and Chris Loew, who reports from Osaka, Japan, as they analyze the latest news and trends from Asia and offer predictions for the future of the continent’s seafood industry.
Companies that want to enter and grow in the Asian seafood market attend and exhibit at Seafood Expo Asia, the premium seafood marketplace for Asia. The 7th edition will be taking place 6-8 September 2016 in Wanchai, Hong Kong.
Social issues in the tuna supply chain are at the forefront of discussions about sustainability in the seafood industry, and increasing attention is being paid to working conditions both in tuna processing and within the purse-seiner fleet.
Lent may not be until the first quarter of 2016, but the smart seafood industry exec knows the time for buying and planning for one of
Leading Seafood Traceability Platforms Just Got Interoperable: Find Out How and Why!
Illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing has been recently brought to a new level of public awareness, with retailers and seafood buyers realizing their purchasing power to influence policies that ensure the fish they trade in is legally sourced.
Thanks to the latest advances in technology over the past several decades, seafood suppliers and buyers can now do their bidding both dockside and by the light of their desktop computers. What’s the value in conducting seafood transactions online and, conversely, in person? Join SeafoodSource.com alongside Mike Budreski, founder of online trading solution Ocean Executive, and Katy Davidson, oyster sourcing expert and founder of the Oyster Academy, as we explore the many intricacies of dealing seafood in the modern world.
Building a Sustainable Seafood Movement in China: Insights and Opportunities
One of the side effects of EMS devastating shrimp supplies in Southeast Asia was a surge in interest in alternative markets such as Ecuador. Since then, the South American nation has capitalized on the increased demand for its seafood products, and is fixing to remain a player. In this webinar, we'll discuss how Ecuador's output has grown and what is in the future for the seafood markets in that country.
An American Icon: Understanding the Maine Lobster Industry