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Guide to Global Consumer Trends

Today’s seafood business landscape is bright. Consumers everywhere are finding value in seafood and are flocking to both retailers and restaurants in search of high-quality proteins.

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FDA and U.S. Customs Update on Seafood Enforcement

Moderator: Peter Quinter, GrayRobinson, P.A.

Speakers: 
Dean Leaman, Certified Group
Todd Owen, Cross Border Advisory Network, LLC

The two major Federal law enforcement agencies, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (Customs) regulate the importation and distribution of seafood and fishery products in the United States. The FDA uses a methodology to target and inspect imported seafood, then allow it to proceed or refuse its entry into the United States. Customs also targets and inspects seafood shipments and has a new Withhold Release Order process to prohibit the importation of seafood made with forced labor. Customs continues collecting antidumping duties on shrimp from India, fish fillets from Vietnam, and many other seafood products from around the world. There are several penalties for importing misbranded or adulterated seafood. Learn how to lower your risk of being targeted and what to do when your seafood is selected for examination or your company has been added to the FDA's Import Alert list.

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Webinar: Real Talk – Tools to Help Industry Address Today’s Sustainability Landscape

Seafood sustainability today is not what it was 20 years ago, or even what it was last week.

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The Future of Target 75

The Future of Target 75

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Seafood and Human Health: The Science Behind Increasing Consumption Sustainably

Seafood and Human Health: The Science Behind Increasing Consumption Sustainably

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The GDST and the New Normal for Seafood Traceability

Moderator: Greg Brown, Global Dialogue on Seafood Traceability

Speakers:
Angel Matamoro, Nueva Pescanova
Michael McNicholas, Culinary Collaborations LLC
Adriana Sanchez, Iberostar
David Schorr, WWF/GDST

The game-changing traceability standards issued in 2020 by the Global Dialogue on Seafood Traceability (GDST) are rapidly gaining industry adherence and adoption around the world.   At the same time, the relevance of GDST to compliance with emerging laws and regulations (including FSMA Sec. 204) is becoming increasingly clear.   As the new standards continue to gain momentum, the GDST itself is also gaining strength as a major B2B platform to support the standards and grow the industry’s voice on issues of seafood traceability.  Under the direction of a newly hired Executive Director with almost 30 years of seafood industry experience (Mr. Gregory Brown), the GDST is solidifying its independence and its organizational structure.  This panel will mark the first public presentation of the new ED, and will include an update on GDST progress as well as important announcements about new GDST services and activities. 

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Seafood2030 Presents – Progress and Opportunities for an Emerging Sustainable Seafood Movement in Mexico

Speakers: Citlalia Gomez Lepe, President – COMEPESCA; Alvaro de Tomas, MsC - Truchas Sustentables; Bill Hoenig, Market Development Manager - South America - Best Aquaculture Practices; Pablo Konietzko, Director General - Earth Ocean Farms; Mauricio Orellana, Managing Director - Orca Seafoods

Session Description: This panel discusses the opportunities for seafood sustainability in Mexico from the perspective of experts in different fields and sectors: fisheries and aquaculture, export and national markets, FIPs and eco-certifications, alliances and partnerships – all elements needed for building and moving forward a Sustainable Seafood Movement in Mexico under a challenging political, social, environmental and economic scenario.

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Seafood Procurement: Strategies for Success

Moderator:
Chuck Anderson, Certified Quality Foods

Panelists:
Kyle Graser, Euro USA
Shawn Oliver, Giant Eagle
Casey Rutherford, Patagonia SeaFarms Inc.
Phil Walsh, LegitFish 

Seafood is unlike any other protein, particularly in procurement. The right product is neither the most expensive nor the least expensive, but rather the product that will deliver or exceed budgeted profit. Correct procurement makes selling it easy and serving it a pleasure. The conference session will provide seafood novices with the fundamentals of procurement, veteran buyers with the procurement tools, methods, and protocols in place today, and the supply community with the immoveable expectations of today’s seafood buyers. Topics will include: How do logistics challenges affect procurement strategies? How does product cost inflation impact buying decisions? Additional topics addressed include wild vs. farmed sourcing strategies, fresh vs. frozen sourcing strategies, paying the right price, timely communications, visiting suppliers, the definition of a good supplier and the importance of integrity.

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Fishing For Truth: Fighting Misconceptions Surrounding Forage Fish

University of Washington School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences Professor Ray Hilborn is considered one of the foremost fisheries researchers in the world.

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Case Study: IPNLF's Sourcing Transparency Platform - The Necessity for Transparency in Seafood Supply Chains

In order to promote the vital social, economic and environmental benefits of one-by-one tuna fishing, we need to address the lack of readily available data surrounding small-scale tuna fisheries. This is why IPNLF decided to launch the Sourcing Transparency Platform (STP), the first platform to drive greater transparency in one-by-one tuna supply chains throughout the globe. The STP has been designed to make one-by-one tuna supply chains more transparent and to create a conversation from B2B and from company-to-customer. The STP allows commercial IPNLF members to clearly showcase how their sourcing decisions both align with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and directly support one-by-one tuna fisheries; thereby safeguarding coastal livelihoods, contributing to food security and strengthening local economies. Each company has populated their page with information to give in-depth insight into their sustainable operations. This enables transparency that is vital for creating conversations for how we should be sourcing and consuming tuna, to be responsible, ethical, and truly support the coastal communities that we rely upon for our seafood. The health of our oceans is becoming an increasing concern for consumers, heightening the need for greater transparency throughout seafood supply chains. In this session, we want demonstrate the Sourcing Transparency Platform on the basis of the profiles of Marks & Spencer, Fish Tales, and Woolworths SA and the market industry decisions on sourcing commitments, general CSR, or sustainability, or, on the side of legislation – how the concerns raised for our oceans and tuna stock management are justified.

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