Six years under new ownership, niche shellfish supplier has expanded the operation’s production and market distribution
This photo slideshow offers a closer look at what restaurants in Maine and beyond are raving about: Bangs Island Mussels. Six years after purchasing the company from its founder, Matt Moretti says the niche shellfish supplier has expanded its annual production by nearly four times, has broadened its market distribution beyond the local region and is incorporating sweet kelp culture as well.
All photos and captions by Global Aquaculture Advocate Editor James Wright.
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The Global Aquaculture Alliance's Standards Oversight Committee (SOC) met on Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015, at the Four Seasons Hotel in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. GAA's annual GOAL conference will be held at the hotel this week.
A study by University of Southampton Ph.D. candidate Alison Sky Simmance aims to investigate the role of small scale aquaculture in Malawi, a country where the demand for farmed fish is becoming more urgent in light of declining capture fisheries and high dependency on fish a vital source of animal protein.
Before the Global Aquaculture Alliance's annual GOAL conference in Guangzhou, China, GAA market development manager for the United Kingdom, Mike Berthet, collaborated with some local chefs to prepare some of China's favorite seafood species.
Innovation & Investment
The Global Aquaculture Alliance’s annual GOAL (Global Outlook for Aquaculture Leadership) conference was held September 19-22 in Guangzhou, China. Click through this photo gallery taken during the three days of the annual event.
To name an oyster is to give birth to a brand, essential to stand out in today’s raw bar scene. The briny bite-sized morsels are arguably seafood’s sexiest offerings, but a memorable moniker (and a quality product) is what keeps them on the menu.