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

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Ya no somos nómadas, por lo que deberíamos cultivar más pescado

Dado que la producción de proteínas terrestres está confinada por la tierra limitada y disponible, la acuacultura es la solución lógica a nuestras necesidades nutricionales. Podemos tomar esto seriamente o podemos dejar que nuestros nietos crezcan en un mundo preocupantemente 

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We’re no longer nomads, so we should farm more fish

As terrestrial protein production is confined by limited available and suitable land, aquaculture is the logical solution to our nutritional needs. We can get serious about it or we can let our grandchildren grow up in a world eerily similar 

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The one that got away from the New York Times   

Seafood industry veteran Phil Walsh takes a satirical look at how mainstream media filter news reports about wild and farmed fish. But the marketplace influence of unnamed “insiders” is no joke. 

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Telling aquaculture’s story, with every sale

In his latest piece for the Advocate, industry veteran Phil Walsh, VP of Growth for Alfa Gamma Seafood Group in Miami, says aquaculture stakeholders should seize every opportunity to promote their products’ positive attributes in the face of stiff opposition. 

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Surmounting the consumer disconnect on farmed seafood

In his first piece for the Advocate, industry veteran Phil Walsh, VP of Growth for Alfa Gamma Seafood Group in Miami, wonders why consumers are so comfortable with farm-raised land animals, but not farm-raised fish.