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    Global Aquaculture Advocate Website To Launch In October

    Since 1998, the Global Aquaculture Advocate has been a trusted source of information on responsible aquaculture. It will continue to be for years to come with the October 2015 launch of a new Advocate website, featuring a variety of production-, supply- and market-related aquaculture news. The new Advocate website will blend the best of the […]

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    Evolving GAA Partnerships Point To GOAL 2016 In China

    China is the world’s leading aquaculture producer, and now one of the leading global aquaculture importers, as well. Although China’s shrimp-farming industry has been experiencing reduced output due to production problems, the industry is striving to improve itself through improved practices and policies. A team of Global Aquaculture Alliance representatives visited China in early August to […]

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    The Lasting Legacy of Bill and Betty More

    The husband-and-wife team of Bill and Betty More may not be widely known throughout the global seafood industry, but their work in aquaculture has earned them admiration and respect in many parts of the world where seafood is produced. Not only do the Mores possess vast knowledge and experience gained over a half-century, they constantly […]

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    James Wright Joins GAA As Editorial Manager

    The Global Aquaculture Alliance is pleased to announce that James Wright has joined the organization, effective July 6. Wright will act as GAA’s editorial manager. Wright comes to GAA from Diversified Communications, where he acted as senior editor of SeafoodSource.com, a daily seafood news website with more than 40,000 subscribers worldwide. SeafoodSource.com is part of […]

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    Tilapia Survey Demonstrates GAA’s Commitment To Responsible Aquaculture

    Since its inception in 1997, The Global Aquaculture Alliance’s philosophy has been to proactively identify the challenges facing aquaculture and to implement practical solutions that lead to continual improvements over time. One such challenge is the use of antibiotics in aquaculture. Restrictions on antibiotic use are addressed in great detail in both the Best Aquaculture […]

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    Steve Hart Joins GAA As VP Of Education, Outreach

    The Global Aquaculture Alliance is pleased to announce that Steven Hart will be joining the organization as vice president of education and outreach, effective June 29. In his role, Hart will perform a range of functions involving communications, coordination, and program development and management. His responsibilities will include developing educational materials on responsible aquaculture practices, […]

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    Chris Keller Joins BAP As Market Development Manager-Retail

    The Global Aquaculture Alliance’s Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) division has expanded its market development team with the addition of Chris Keller as BAP’s market development manager-retail for North America. Keller comes to BAP with more than 20 years of retail experience, most notably with Walmart Stores. While at Walmart for 15 years, Keller held numerous […]

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    Applications Sought for Preferred Freezer Services Global Aquaculture Innovation & Leadership Award

    The Global Aquaculture Alliance is accepting applications for the Preferred Freezer Services Global Aquaculture Innovation & Leadership Award, the organization announced on May 21. This is the third consecutive year that GAA has organized the competition and the second consecutive year that Preferred Freezer Services has sponsored the competition. Preferred Freezer Services is also a […]

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    GAA Adds To Market Development Team In Australia, New Zealand

    The Global Aquaculture Alliance welcomes Norm Grant and Kent Inglis to the market development team of GAA’s Best Aquaculture Practices division. Grant and Inglis will act as business development manager for BAP in Australia and New Zealand, respectively. “We are very excited that Norm and Kent are joining GAA as it carries out its mission […]