Eight startups win Fish 2.0 contest


  • Jason Smith
  • November 8, 2017

PALO ALTO, California -- Seafood startup competition Fish 2.0 has named eight startups as its latest crop of winners. Each will receive a $5,000 cash prize.

The competition, which was held for the third time on Nov. 7 and 8 at Stanford University, saw startups in eight tracks, which winnowed down from 39 finalists.

Winners

  • US south Atlantic track: Panacea Oyster Co-op
  • Chile and Peru track: Sustainable Fishery Trade; Lima, Peru
  • New England track: Real Oyster Cult; Duxbury, Massachusetts, US
  • Pacific Islands track: Didds Fishing Company; Honiara, Solomon Islands
  • Southeast Asia track: EnerGia; Bangkok, Thailand
  • West Coast and Alaska track: Northline Seafood; Sitka, Alaska, US
  • Supply chain innovation track: NovoNutrients; Sunnyvale, California, US
  • Transparency and traceability track: ThisFish Seafood Traceability; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
  • Short pitch competition winner: American Unagi; Thomaston, Maine

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