News features and technical articles about the evolution of aquaculture, one of the world’s fastest growing industries.

China

Innovation & Investment

La acuacultura está ganando, explica analista de Rabobank

La acuacultura es la "proteína ganadora," según un nuevo informe de Rabobank que su autor, Gorjan Nikolik, dijo pretende atraer a los clientes de la agroindustria del banco a oportunidades en el negocio de la acuacultura. 

Innovation & Investment

Aquaculture is winning, Rabobank analyst explains

Aquaculture is the “winning protein,” according to a new Rabobank report that its author, Gorjan Nikolik, said is intended to draw the bank’s agro-industry clients to opportunities in the fish farming business. 

Innovation & Investment

Innovative aquaponics system frugal with fluids

As global demand for food rises, the focus on water resources will intensify. In Berlin, a four-year research project is demonstrating the feasibility of aquaponics, which can drastically cut water inputs. 

Responsibility

Healthy people: Recap of Day 2 at GOAL 2016

Seafood companies are not only striving to become sustainable and environmentally friendly; they are grappling with social responsibility issues that grab international headlines and rightfully force all links of the supply chain to button up their operations and put human 

Intelligence

Images from GOAL 2016: Chefs collaborative

Before the Global Aquaculture Alliance's annual GOAL conference in Guangzhou, China, GAA market development manager for the United Kingdom, Mike Berthet, collaborated with some local chefs to prepare some of China's favorite seafood species. 

Intelligence

食品安全成为中国消费者关心的重中之重

通过一个对1500多名中国消费者的调查,作者分析了中国消费者对新鲜食品的采购行为,得出了食品安全是消费者最关注的因素的结论。这些消费者愿意花更多的钱去购买更安全和新鲜的食物而且他们购买食物时也很注重细节。 

Intelligence

Survey: Food safety becoming Chinese consumers’ top priority

In a survey of more than 1,500 Chinese consumers, the authors studied their fresh food purchasing behavior and found food safety to be the top priority. These consumers are willing to pay more for safe, fresh food, and they’re paying