Webinars

Access both live and on demand webinars in which industry experts discuss revelvant and impactful topics in seafood.

Live

August 31, 2022
2:00PM-3:00PM Eastern Time
October 26, 2022
2:00PM-3:00PM Eastern Time

On Demand

July 14, 2022
(Recorded)

Consumers are demanding healthier and more nutritious foods. At the same time, they are also requesting quick and easy to prepare meals. In fact, according to GNPD, 18% of new product launches in Europe include claims related to convenience and ease of use.

Fish burgers combine the healthy and nutritious benefits of seafood with an easy to prepare and easy to cook at home format. They are perfect for today’s effortlessly food consumption

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July 27, 2022
(Recorded)

How are the most influential companies in the seafood industry contributing to a sustainable and responsible future? The Seafood Stewardship Index benchmarks the 30 most influential companies in the seafood industry against a set of governance, environmental and social criteria. These criteria are based on the United Nation Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) and relevant global seafood standards and guidelines. In this webinar, Helen

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May 25, 2022
(Recorded)

Fed by Blue, an international campaign to promote responsibly produced blue foods launched in March 2022 at SXSW. The vision of Fed by Blue is to increase transparency and access to responsibly produced blue food while educating people as to their nutritional, economical, and environmental benefits. Fed by Blue is working to support restorative paths forward through policies that prioritize ocean conservation and responsible harvesting and/or

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April 13, 2022
(Recorded)

The new Executive Director of Sea Pact, Sam Grimley, will discuss how the organization is helping middle of the supply chain players in North America drive improved the sustainability of global seafood supply chains. Together, Sea Pact members collective buying power would make them the 4th largest seafood company in North America and the 15th largest seafood company in the world. The unified members of Sea Pact are: Euclid Fish Company,

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March 23, 2022
(Recorded)

The post-pandemic period has brought with it a whole new set of interesting market challenges and opportunities to the seafood industry. This year, the 2022 Power of Seafood report – releasing on 15 March – has a focus on cooking seafood and sustainability – with info and takeaways for the seafood industry. Join FMI – The Food Industry Association Vice President of Fresh Food Rick Stein and Director of Research and

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February 23, 2022
(Recorded)

The seafood industry has made significant investments to improve the sustainability of its product and supply chains and the industry has seen a return on this investment in reduced risk, increased assured supply, and a more responsible, competitive product in global protein markets. There are now a number of mechanisms – certification, FIPs, social audits, buyer commitments, pre-competitive collaborations, and academic, governmental, and

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January 26, 2022
(Recorded)

Extreme ocean events have threatened salmon health at aquaculture sites globally for decades. Now, with the help of Scoot Science, many ocean events that cause fish mortalities are predictable and insurable.

Scoot Science has created a unified web-based dashboard called SeaState that simplifies ocean observing and can forecast extreme underwater events. With this unprecedented level of transparency, aquaculture companies can operate more

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December 15, 2021
(Recorded)

Started in 2017, BlueNalu has gone from small startup to a company attracting tens of millions in investment from top seafood companies like Thai Union and Rich Products. That explosive growth is thanks to massive interest in the company’s cell-cultured seafood – a product that has gone from relative unknown to considerable familiarity and market interest from customers and consumers across the globe in a short period of time. Join

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November 10, 2021
(Recorded)

Tuna in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean is slipping through the net of sustainable management. In order to be fished for generations to come, tuna stocks must have effective harvest strategies and harvest control rules in places. Currently the Western Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC), who are responsible for managing these stocks, does not have sufficient measures in place. If they fail to make significant progress this year

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October 20, 2021
(Recorded)

Importing seafood into the United States involves navigating multiple tiers of regulation from government bodies like the Food and Drug Administration and Customs and Border Protection. Benjamin England, founding member and CEO of FDAImports and Benjamin L. England & Associates, will discuss his firm’s Customs and Trade Legal Team's latest historic achievement of obtaining a modification on a CBP finding; banning the import of certain

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