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The seven health benefits of eating seafood


Seafood offers such a rich diversity of delicious protein and memorable eating experiences that it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that it’s...
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Aquatech and innovation – the changing landscape of fish farming


Aquaculture – already one of the world’s fastest food production sectors – is also in the midst of a technological revolution, with an...
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frozen scallops on ice

The many advantages of frozen fish


As a food category, fish and seafood continues to fare extremely well in what is a constantly evolving consumer landscape. Amid society’s soaring...
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Where global fisheries and aquaculture are expected to be in 10 years’ time

People love to eat seafood – increasingly and universally so. It’s a fact that over the course of the last six decades not a single year has passed when the total worldwide consumption of fish and shellfish hasn’t increased. While it’s true that the global population has grown considerably during this time, our per capita seafood consumption has consistently outstripped this escalation of humans as well as the consumption of all other animal protein foods and all land-farmed meat. (more…)

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Sourcing the seafoods we eat has become an (even more) expensive business

Seafood is one of the world’s most widely traded food groups, with the latest estimates from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) putting its global commerce at a record US$164 billion (approx. €139 billion) in 2018. In volume terms, this amounted to some 67 million tonnes of fish (live weight equivalent), equating to almost 38 percent of all the fish caught or farmed worldwide that year. (more…)

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seafood benefits

The seven health benefits of eating seafood

Seafood offers such a rich diversity of delicious protein and memorable eating experiences that it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that it’s also amongst the healthiest foods on our planet. Here are seven of our favourite reasons to include seafood in a balanced diet, as recommended, at least twice a week (including at least one oily fish): (more…)

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Aquatech and innovation – the changing landscape of fish farming

Aquaculture – already one of the world’s fastest food production sectors – is also in the midst of a technological revolution, with an increased uptake of new innovations expected in the years ahead. These will likely include the latest digital tools such as smart devices and machinery, robotics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, the internet of things, the cloud, etc.

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frozen scallops on ice

The many advantages of frozen fish

As a food category, fish and seafood continues to fare extremely well in what is a constantly evolving consumer landscape. Amid society’s soaring demand for healthier, more natural food choices, the appreciation of what these particular proteins have to offer in terms of their nutritional profile, as well as the positive experiences to be had from eating them, has brought many different species and preparations into the limelight. (more…)

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Alaska pollock: a whitefish for all

Considering its status as one of the most widely consumed fish in the world, Alaska pollock is far from being one of the best known. In fact, if ever there was a major species to slip quietly under the radar – it’s probably pollock. Despite this relative anominity, there’s much about this whitefish – that’s from the same family as cod and haddock – to shout about. (more…)

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How aquaculture is progressively meeting market expectations

Aquacuture is rightly considered one of our leading food supply sectors. It is a far more efficient protein producer than any land animal farming industry, and with global seafood consumption on a 40-year strong growth trend, fish and shellfish farmers have been ramping-up their harvests to ease the demands placed on wild-capture fisheries, most of which are now operating at their maximum sustainable yield. (more…)

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