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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… Read More
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… Read More
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… Read More
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… Read More
Without a standard method to exchange product information, seafood, particularly fresh seafood, often arrives at a dealer or processor without concise labelling. Once it is accepted and added to stock, how is it distinguished from other packages of the same item that arrived a day earlier or from a different distributor? How much potential profit can your inventory turn if you don’t have complete knowledge of your products?
In this… Read More
Now more than ever consumers are seeking out sustainable, restaurant-quality ingredients, leading to a surge in demand for Maine Lobster. With its distinctly sweet flavor and variety of product formats, Maine Lobster is the perfect ingredient to elevate premium snacks, unique sausages, breakfast spreads and grab-and-go soups.
Join the Maine Lobster Marketing Collaborative, and experts from Datassentials and East Coast Seafood for a discussion… Read More
Lead the Sea Change in Food Production
Are you interested in solving big problems related to seafood, sustainable ocean use and global food security? Advance your career with the Professional Science Master’s (P.S.M.) in Ocean Food Systems from the University of New England in Portland, Maine.
Space is limited so secure your webinar space today to meet faculty and learn more about this one-of-a-kind program:
China’s seafood production, consumption, aquaculture operations, and commercial fishing fleets are staggering in size. Did you know that China as a country consumes more seafood than the next 10 countries combined? Or that 25% of the world’s commercial fishing capacity is Chinese and 35% of the world’s seafood (wild and farmed combined) comes from China?
Despite the size of the Chinese seafood industry and the unique status… Read More
AI can make seafood processing more predictable and profitable
Artificial intelligence (AI) is part of our daily lives from facial recognition to Amazon’s delivery algorithms. Even traditional industries, such as agriculture, are using weather, satellite and soil data to train algorithms to optimize crop yields.
So how is AI going to disrupt seafood? Because of the natural variability of fish, seafood producers often find it difficult to… Read More
Russia harvests approximately five million metric tons of seafood annually, making it the fifth-largest producer of seafood in the world. The country is responsible for 45 percent of wild-caught salmon globally, with the Russian Far Eastern regions of Kamchatka and Sakhalin Island generating 80 percent of its wild salmon harvest.
As demand for sustainably-certified seafood options have soared in the United States, companies like The… Read More