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Rob Olin started Panacea Oyster
In aquaculture, disease outbreaks
Fish 2.0 closed out its 2017 Innovation Forum today by awarding a cash prize to Panacea Oyster Co-Op. The International Business Competition was held in silicon valley (PALO ALTO, CA),
GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA, U.S., December 5, 2017
One of the topics during the recent Cucalorus Connect conference was the "Acceleration of the North Carolina Seafood Economy."
A Pensacola oyster farmer is among the finalists in an international competition for seafood industry innovators.
WILMINGTON, N.C. -- Four North Carolina companies, including two with UNCW ties, are finalists who will present their ideas to promote a
Eight of the 40 companies to reach the finals of this year’s Fish 2.0 competition are involved in, or have links to, the culture of bivalves – a
Just 40 companies remain in the US-based Fish 2.0 sustainable seafood competition and will pitch to investors, Nov. 7-8, at Stanford University, California, the organizers announced
FORTY companies have been named as finalists in this year’s Fish 2.0 competition, which aims to connect seafood businesses with
"The finalists—winnowed from an initial pool of 184 entrants—stand out for their "market traction, global character and high potential for impact on the seafood sector."
Nick Mendoza, the founder and CEO of NeptuneForOne, is working to convince whitefish processors in the US that there is a better return to be had
Nevele, Belgium-based Tomalgae is on the cusp of launching a new algae product for oyster growers in Asia.
Called Thalapure Mollusca, the
To some people,
A few years into Kentucky, US-based Alltech’s expansion into aquaculture feed company ownership, the producer of algae and other nutritional
Seafood industry supply chains are notorious for being long and opaque. Not for oyster growers, said Monica Jain, founder of the sustainable seafood
Media stories often cite Sandbar Oyster Company as an unlikely partnership between a scientist and a fisherman — a successful duo not only in the
MOREHEAD CITY – A new design of artificial oyster reef-maker could buck the trend on where living shorelines best work.
Pensacola Bay Oyster Co. won the top prize winner at this year's Innovation Awards.
"It feels fantastic," said Donnie McMahon, president and
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