Forensic traceability in ‘muddy times’ for the food industry
In the sixth PechaKucha presentation from the Global Aquaculture Alliance’s annual GOAL conference in Dublin, Ireland, Miguel Flavián of Oritain explains how chemical fingerprinting can help aquaculture producers protect themselves from economic fraud.
Here are links to the first five presentations: Neil Manchester, Hendrix Genetics; Larry Feinberg, KnipBio; and Fanny Giudicelli, Marine Akwa; Thomas Myhre, NSK Ship Design; Langley Gace, InnovaSea Systems.
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In the second Pecha Kucha presentation from the Global Aquaculture Alliance's annual GOAL conference in Dublin, Ireland, Larry Feinberg of KnipBio talks about the potential of single-cell organisms as alternative aquafeed ingredients, and how his technology can lessen the industry's dependence on fishmeal and fish oil.
Health & Welfare
At the Global Aquaculture Alliance's annual GOAL conference, held last month in Dublin, Ireland, we introduced a series of Pecha Kucha presentations about the future of aquaculture. We'll feature all seven on the Advocate, starting with Neil Manchester's rapid-fire view at how genetics are improving breeding techniques for aquaculture.
Innovation & Investment
In the fifth Pecha Kucha presentation from the Global Aquaculture Alliance’s annual GOAL conference in Dublin, Ireland, Langley Gace of InnovaSea Systems talks about open-ocean aquaculture and how the future of fish farming is happening now.
There are similarities and differences between the various aquaculture certification programs but until recently there has been little publicly available analysis to document those points. Michael Tlusty, director of ocean sustainability science at the New England Aquarium, provided it at GOAL 2016.