The COVID-19 pandemic has changed seafood in mostly positive ways, according to a retail survey commissioned by the Global Seafood Alliance.
Aquaculture in the Arab region grew more than 60 percent in the 1990s and is still growing. Seafood consumption as a whole has distinct characteristics.
All 22 Arab countries are producers, importers, exporters and consumers of seafood products. The total seafood production from capture and aquaculture was 4.7 million metric tons in 2016, of which 1.5 million metric tons (36 percent) was from aquaculture.
Many important organizations around the world fail to acknowledge the importance of seafood to human health and well-being. There is a disconnect between what we know regarding the benefits of seafood and what is being done to acknowledge these benefits
The latest Global Nutrition Report indicates serious levels of both malnutrition and adult overweight and obesity. It is a major challenge, particularly among women and children. Seafood, including from aquaculture, can play a significant role in helping address this issue.
What is the real meaning of corporate social responsibility? How can seafood harness and leverage its virtues? Speakers at Seafood Expo North America concluded that purpose is key to prosperity for an industry that’s central to environmental and human health.
The 2015 "Dietary Guidelines for Americans" suggest eating at least 8 ounces of seafood per week, and advise pregnant and breastfeeding women to eat 8-12 ounces weekly. It's about time.
With major support from the government, a campaign has been launched to promote consumption of Mexico’s fishery and aquaculture products. The objective is to increase per capita seafood consumption to 12 kg by 2018.
The United States Food and Drug Administration has updated its advice for pregnant women on mercury and seafood with greater emphasis on the benefits of eating fish. This is a positive story, but reporting on the new perspective muddied its