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A Sitka-based seafood processor has won an innovation award — although it hasn’t processed much fish yet.
Northline Seafoods was one of
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."
There was a big fillet of king salmon on my cutting board, a shimmering, deep orange, magnificent in its heft. It resembled the farmed salmon you see at
Imagine a fish robot that mimics the movements of real fish while monitoring the pH level of an aquaculture farm and warding off
The business competition Fish 2.0, now in its third installment, is evolving into a nexus of communication that is helping fight fragmentation in the
Undercurrent News: Fish 2.0 2017 competition opens West Coast track with investment event in Seattle
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Fish 2.0, the global competition and network for sustainable seafood businesses, is kicking off its new West Coast track April 4 with a free daylong workshop and networking reception in
April 4 workshop and reception for Alaska, California, Oregon and Washington seafood businesses focuses on building networks and sparking
Salmon is the heart of Alaska fisheries — it almost singlehandedly spawned the push for statehood nearly 60 years ago. A new Alaska Salmon Fellows