Sustainability and Collaboration
Big names are setting big targets aimed at pushing a company’s, and the industry’s, boundaries on sustainability as it relates to novel feed ingredients, energy efficiency and the reduction of carbon emissions, and worker voice and social equity. Heads of sustainability at leading players in the seafood production, feed, retail and foodservice will delineate the importance of collaboration as well as the business case for sustainability to be at the heart of corporate strategy. Time to be determined. Open to GAA members only.
Session chairs: Iain Shone, Director of Market Development-Europe, Global Aquaculture Alliance; Mike Berthet, Best Aquaculture Practices Market Development-UK
Seafood Trading, Marketing and Consumption in a COVID-19 World
What are the long-term effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on seafood trading, marketing and consumption? Leading players in the seafood production, supply, retail, foodservice sectors as well as researchers and data analysts will break down the impacts of COVID-19 on food security, sanitation and working conditions at the processing level, air freight, out-of-home vs. in-home consumption, the rise of e-commerce, and consumer perceptions of seafood. Time to be determined. Open to GAA members only.
Session chairs: Chris Trosin, Senior VP of Market Development, Global Aquaculture Alliance; Steve Hart, VP of Market Development-Asia, Global Aquaculture Alliance