Impact investment, which seeks environmental and social returns in addition to profits, was examined during a SeaWeb Seafood Summit panel.
Boasting ample areas for aquaculture and a robust domestic demand for seafood – not to mention its close proximity to the U.S. market – a land of opportunity lies in Mexico. Fish farming is primed to meet its potential south
Con amplias áreas para la acuacultura y una sólida demanda interna de pescados y mariscos – sin mencionar su cercanía con el mercado de los Estados Unidos – una tierra de oportunidad se encuentra en México. La piscicultura está preparada
The challenges of farming fish in U.S. federal waters were the focus of a panel discussion at the SeaWeb Seafood Summit in Malta. Despite recent policy updates, U.S. aquaculture chiefs oversee an industry with high barriers for entry.
Moving aquaculture offshore could spark a global production boost needed to meet growing demand for protein. Producers and investors, however, are wary of the challenges, cost and regulatory red tape. One patient U.S. entrepreneur, however, is undaunted.
At Fish 2.0, it’s seafood, Silicon Valley style. Aquaculture companies gave their best pitches to investors and two left Palo Alto, Calif., as winners. Founder Monica Jain says the competition highlights a financial gap that must be bridged for the