Access both live and on demand webinars in which industry experts discuss revelvant and impactful topics in seafood.
In recent years, investigations by NGOs and journalists have brought to light the urgent need to ensure human rights are protected in fisheries. In response, FisheryProgress has spent the past two years developing its Human Rights and Social Responsibility Policy for FIPs reporting on the website, due to be released on May 12. During this webinar on Wednesday, May 12 at 12pm ET/9am PT, FisheryProgress will be joined by Costco to discuss the… Read More
The UK’s coast is renowned for world-class seafood. Generations of fishing expertise combined with pioneering techniques ensure exceptional standards in quality, traceability and food safety.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, how is this leading seafood nation adapting its practices to drive recovery? And what opportunities does a post-pandemic landscape offer the UK’s award-winning industry?
This webinar provides a transatlantic… Read More
Last year, Roy Høiås, the owner and CEO of seafood-industry financing firm Lighthouse Finance, launched Quality Salmon with the goal of building one of the largest and most modern salmon aquaculture facilities in the world. Quality Salmon is the centerpiece of a recirculating aquaculture system (RAS) fish farming complex that will span 75 hectares in Sotenäs, Sweden. The project is founded on a circular industry model –… Read More
Translating a Culture of Responsibility to Certification.
Seafood sustainability encompasses both environmental and social responsibility. The increased awareness by businesses and consumers around the social/human element of supply chains has resulted in different labor standards being developed and many companies expanding their environmentally sustainable seafood sourcing policies to include social responsibility commitments.
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Best practices for onboard handling of fresh fish to maximize quality and yield
We’ve all heard the phrase “from the sea to the consumer”. In that, we want to offer the freshest product possible to our customers. The best way to obtain that freshness is not always known. In this webinar, you will learn the various ways fish handling has evolved over time, some techniques that can improve fish catch quality and yield and offer… Read More
The COVID-19 pandemic has forever changed our shopping habits as businesses and consumers have embraced the evolution of modern grocery shopping. Direct to consumer shipping, in store pickups, meal kit services, and platforms like Instacart are the new normal. As we look ahead to what post-pandemic shopping will look like, some of the top predictions include a continuation of healthy choices, a desire for continued convenience, and ongoing… Read More
The past year has presented unprecedented challenges and opportunities to the seafood industry. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it foodservice-sector shutdowns, panicked grocery-buying, e-commerce booms, and several fascinating and unexpected seafood consumer trends. Join FMI—The Food Industry Association Vice President of Fresh Food Rick Stein and Research Director Steve Markenson as they break down the findings of FMI’s… Read More
In March 2020, the Global Dialogue on Seafood Traceability (GDST) released the first-ever global seafood traceability standards just as the world was hit with COVID-19. The pandemic disrupted seafood business in a multitude of ways, driving some businesses to the brink of bankruptcy while others found profitable new opportunities. But across the sector, one thing has become clear: the ability for companies to connect with their supply chains and… Read More
Seafood companies, from across the industry are starting to explore how blockchain can help them improve supply chain processes, build trust with consumers, demonstrate sustainability and more. In this webinar meet the conveners and participants of Atea's Norwegian Seafood Trust - a blockchain-enabled network that is bringing together feed producers, aquaculture companies, retailers, and others, to ensure the highest quality of product while… Read More
Around the world, critical natural habitats such as forests, grasslands, mangroves, wetlands, and peatlands are converted into cropland, grazing land, or aquaculture ponds for the expansion of food production. This race to clear land for agriculture and aquaculture results in greenhouse gas emissions, habitat and biodiversity loss, disruption of water cycles, and the marginalization of the communities that depend on them. In the seafood sector,… Read More