Access both live and on demand webinars in which industry experts discuss revelvant and impactful topics in seafood.
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
For fisheries without knowledge of sustainability certification schemes, DNV will provide insights on how to work toward certification, what it takes to get certified, how the certification process flows, and many other aspects of certification. This webinar will also cover tips and potential pitfalls of the certification process. For fisheries with knowledge of the Responsible Fisheries Management and Marine Stewardship Council certification… Read More
Demand for responsibly sourced products and momentum for mandatory human rights due diligence is increasing. Many companies recognize their responsibility to proactively identify and remediate labor and human rights abuses, but strategies that focus on risk mitigation and social compliance fall short of international norms and standards. Instead, to accelerate progress toward the ILO Decent Work Agenda, UN Guiding Principles on Business and… Read More
Balances, scales, moisture analyzers and other lab equipment work together with scales to help deliver quality products to your customers. Beyond checking weights, this equipment can ensure proper water content, pH and other characteristics of both incoming supplies and final products. In this webinar, you will learn more about using these devices for R&D, QA/QC and final portioning and packaging. Included is information on… Read More
Opportunity to join a webinar which will introduce the Ocean Governance Scorecard, a new concept that will enable seafood buyers and understand how governments meet their ocean sustainability responsibilities
NewForesight and 3 Pillars Seafood will be hosting a webinar on the Ocean Governance Scorecard and explaining its benefit to the private sector on June 22.
Lucas Simons (NewForesight) and Huw Thomas (3 Pillars Seafood) will present… Read More
In this webinar, you’ll learn how the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) supports the U.S. seafood industry and hear from an EXIM customer, Lund’s Fisheries, a New Jersey-based seafood supplier. Tune in for their story and find out about the programs that are available to give you a leg up on the competition.
- Protecting your business against foreign buyer nonpayment
- Accessing pre-export working