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

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February 22, 2023
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Section 204 of the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) requires the FDA to designate foods for which additional recordkeeping requirements are appropriate and necessary to protect public health and establishes traceability recordkeeping requirements, beyond those in existing regulations, for persons who manufacture, process, pack, or hold foods included on the Food Traceability List.

Greg Brown from the Global Dialogue on Traceability

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April 12, 2023
(Recorded)

The drive to expand opportunities for aquaculture in the U.S. has picked up steam over the past year, as Congress has debated the issue and the seafood industry has increased its advocacy. Founded in 1991, the nonprofit National Aquaculture Association is a primary vessel through which those efforts have been channeled. Join NAA President Sebastian Belle and NAA Executive Director Paul Zajicek as they discuss whys, hows, and whats of NAA

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May 31, 2023
(Recorded)

Ian Urbina is the director of The Outlaw Ocean Project, a nonprofit journalism organization that produces investigative stories about human rights, environment, and labor concerns related to the seafood industry. Before founding The Outlaw Ocean Project, Urbina spent roughly 17 years as a staff reporter for The New York Times. He has received various journalism awards, including a Pulitzer Prize, a George Polk Award and an Emmy nomination.

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January 25, 2023
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In October the Marine Stewardship Council released its new global standard for sustainable wild-capture fishing. The MSC Fisheries Standard version 3.0 follows the most extensive review of marine science and fisheries best practice ever undertaken by the organization. The new Standard is the culmination of more than four years of research, public consultation, and testing during which the MSC reviewed more than 600 submissions from

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December 12, 2022
(Recorded)

Increased cooking from scratch and at-home meal occasions during COVID-19 gave the fish/shellfish market a considerable boost these last years.

Fish and seafood are seen in a more favourable light in terms of health compared to other protein should also help the market tap into heightened interest in health.

Join Amcor’s webinar in collaboration with Mintel to discover what’s in the mind of the European fish eater and how to win

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November 30, 2022
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The use of metallic nanoparticles is growing exponentially due to proven improvements in a variety of industrial applications. However, studies to understand the impacts of nanoparticles on the environment are lagging behind the rapid increase in utilization.

The NanoCulture project has set out and produced results on nanoparticles in three areas, with a focus on Atlantic aquaculture: Bioaccumulation of nanoparticles in aquaculture products, the

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December 7, 2022
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As social media continues to evolve, seafood marketing needs to evolve along with it to target younger audiences. Nearly half of TikTok’s 1 billion users are between 20 and 40 years old, which also happens to be the fastest growing demographic of seafood consumers.

Today, millennials and Gen Z have the largest buying power in the market, and this younger demographic is environmentally conscious, tech savvy, and convenience minded. They

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November 16, 2022
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From #LazyCooking to a rise in conscious consumption, the food world is constantly evolving – thanks in no small part to shifts in consumer interests and product innovations. Join trend and industry experts for “Leveraging the Growing Demand for Seafood: Trends in Food Culture, Consumer Preferences and Product Innovations in Maine” – a webinar where we’ll get a taste of the latest trends, explore what makes the

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October 11, 2022
(Recorded)

The Food and Drug Administration’s new traceability regulations become official in November. To comply, seafood processors must track and report on all species of finfish, crustaceans, and bi-valve mollusks. No one should risk damage to their reputation by inadvertently selling product that is not sustainably harvested or whose species or origin is mislabeled.

Even if regulations take time to be enacted, government-validated data regarding

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September 27, 2022
(Recorded)

The need for cold chain improvements, trade protection, and price cuts are ever-present realities in the seafood value-chains. By utilizing active packaging technology, supply chains can be simplified. Additionally, the need to juggle consumer transparency and sustainability adds yet another layer to the complex world of seafood trade and exacerbates the need and desire for a simplified solution. This webinar explores how active packaging

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