Where Seafood Businesses and Investors Connect
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
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
We’ve been told time and time again that the most sustainable, healthiest seafood choice is ...
When you browse the fish counter or order off a seafood menu, can you be sure the species label is
You know what there’s really plenty of in the sea? Algae. And I am in
Monica Jain of Fish 2.0 writes in National Geographic
MOREHEAD CITY – A new design of artificial oyster reef-maker could buck the trend on where living shorelines best work.
Just a few years ago, it was taboo to buy farmed fish, but now, experts are saying aquaculture might actually be the only way to ensure sustainable
This year's Fish 2.0 competition has attracted 161 competitors who demonstrate significant growth in wild fisheries and supply chain innovation,
Imagine a fish robot that mimics the movements of real fish while monitoring the pH level of an aquaculture farm and warding off
Entrepreneurial interest in sustainable seafood is rising globally, as are the opportunities to succeed with new products and business models. The trend is clear
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
It’s getting competitive to hob-nob with seafood startups and industry innovators.
They're increasingly stealing the spotlight from the
Consumers who would never buy something generically labeled meat or
Pensacola Bay Oyster Co. won the top prize winner at this year's Innovation Awards.
"It feels fantastic," said Donnie McMahon, president and
The East Coast was literally built on oysters. At the peak of their
Encouraging collaboration between scientists and business has always been a prime mission at the MARBIONC Center. We were pleased to recently host an
Entrepreneurs with shellfish-related ventures in the 12-state Southeastern U.S. region have until April 29 to apply for a competition intended to give
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