Topic sustainable aquaculture

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    GAA Strengthens Ties With New Saudi Aquaculture Leadership

    The Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA) strengthened its ties with Saudi Arabia’s new aquaculture leadership and major industry stakeholders at a Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) conference at the Burj Rafal Hotel Kempinski in Riyadh in early September. GAA, which in January signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Saudi Aquaculture Society (SAS) that will require […]

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    BAP’s Marcos Moya Relocates To Europe

    The Global Aquaculture Alliance’s Best Aquaculture Practices division announced in late August that it is repositioning its international business development team with the relocation of Marcos Moya, BAP’s manager of supply development, to Europe. Moya recently relocated from Vancouver, Canada, to Valencia, Spain. Being based in Spain will allow Moya to focus more on BAP’s […]

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    Melanie Siggs Named GAA’s Director of Strategic Engagements

    Melanie Siggs has joined the Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA) in the newly created position of Director of Strategic Engagements, the organization announced on July 19. In this role, Siggs will help explore the creation of products and services that meet GAA’s goal of adding value, and values, to the organization’s proposition while advocating, educating and […]

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    Peter Redmond To Depart GAA, BAP

    Peter Redmond, vice president of market development for the Global Aquaculture Alliance’s Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) division, is leaving the organization following an eight-year stint in which BAP, the world’s leading third-party aquaculture certification program, grew tremendously. Redmond has been instrumental in the organization’s growth and the marketplace’s acceptance, and embracement, of the concept of […]

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    Tim Hogan Joins BAP As Market Development Manager-West Coast

    The Global Aquaculture Alliance’s Best Aquaculture PracticesBest Aquaculture Practices (BAP) division has expanded its market development team with the addition of Tim Hogan as BAP’s market development manager, representing the west coast of North America. Hogan comes to BAP with more than 20 years of food manufacturing and retail experience, especially on the supply side […]

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    GAA Rings In Next 20 Years With Refreshed Brand Identity

    Approaching its 20th anniversary next year, the Global Aquaculture Alliance on March 23 unveiled a refreshed brand identity acknowledging the nonprofit organization’s legacy of feeding the world through responsible aquaculture while better positioning it for growth and greater appeal. The centerpiece of the refreshed brand identity is a new logo. The logo features a symbol […]

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    Scenes from Boston: GAA’s Membership & Update Meeting at SENA 2016

    The Global Aquaculture Alliance’s annual Membership & Update Meeting at Seafood Expo North America drew approximately 75 attendees. Discussed at the meeting was the latest developments in the BAP certification program, the new iBAP program, GAA’s stance on social responsibility, the Responsible Aquaculture Foundation’s new online platform for disease management, and the new Global Aquaculture […]

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    GAA Accepting Applications for Global Aquaculture Innovation & Leadership Award

    The Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA) is accepting applications for the Global Aquaculture Innovation & Leadership Award, the organization announced on March 6 at the open of Seafood Expo North America in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. The application deadline is May 15. This is the fourth consecutive year that GAA has organized the competition, which is designed […]

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    GAA To Exclude Outsourcing Of Shrimp Processing To Prevent Labor Abuse

    The Global Aquaculture Alliance’s Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) third-party certification program on Dec. 15 took a stand against child labor and forced labor in the shrimp supply chain by prohibiting BAP-certified processing plants from outsourcing the processing of shrimp to third-party entities. The prohibition will take effect Jan. 1, 2016. The decision to prohibit the […]