Salmones Multiexport S.A. is Chile’s first salmon producer to earn Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) certification under the two-year BAP group audit, which is designed specifically for salmon producers. In total, 14 farms attained certification. The BAP group audit for salmon producers was established in 2016 to reward companies with sophisticated, well-established quality management systems. Farms
Articles posted during the month of August 2019
Editor’s note: This post is part of the Aquaculture 101 series, an educational campaign GSA is carrying out in 2019. The mission of the campaign is to spread awareness about basic aquaculture information to those who might not know about aquaculture, or those who might be skeptical of farmed fish. Each month, a blog post, short
Jeff Peterson, program integrity advisor for the Global Aquaculture Alliance’s Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) third-party certification program, is presenting at the International Food Safety Conference for Latin America in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Organized by NSF International and held at the Wyndham Hotel from Sept. 19 to 20, the event brings together food-safety experts from around the
The Global Aquaculture Alliance has announced the launch of its Recognized Trainers, Consultants and Experts (TCE) program. The program consists of a database of trainers, consultants and experts, hosted on GAA’s MyGAA online community, as a means to connect professionals with aquaculture producers aiming to improve their processes. The mission of the program is to
The Global Aquaculture Alliance’s online magazine, the Global Aquaculture Advocate, is now an open-access journal. The decision to remove the log-in process for readers to view articles is intended to grow the publication’s audience and make the content more shareable via social media. Established in 1998 as a glossy print magazine from the organization’s then-headquarters
The Global Aquaculture Alliance is pleased to announce that Robert Jones has joined the GAA board of directors, effectively immediately, the organization announced in early August. Jones is the global aquaculture lead for The Nature Conservancy, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit organization with a mission to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends.
Editor’s note: This year, the Global Aquaculture Alliance will spotlight various members dedicated to GAA’s mission of responsible aquaculture. Membership starts at only $50 for individuals and $5,000 for businesses. Start utilizing our extensive benefits. Featured this month is Jordan Lynch, a student at Texas A & M University. Tell us a little bit about your