The Global Seafood Alliance (GSA) released Issue 2.1 of its Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) Hatchery Standard, which will be required for any hatchery that submits an application on or after April 4, 2023. No audits will be conducted to version 2.0 due to the removal of “Outsourcing Activity” and “Supplier Activity” definitions, as well as
Articles posted during the month of January 2023
Seafood markets have been on a wild ride for the past few years. COVID quarantines led many home cooks to try new dishes they normally reserved for restaurant meals and seafood sales soared. But global inflation has taken a huge bite out of consumers’ disposable income, and seafood sales in 2022 were significantly lower than
The beginning of a new year marks the start of another trade show season for the seafood industry! The Global Seafood Alliance is looking forward to connecting with the GSA community at the 2023 edition of Seafood Expo North America (SENA), the continent’s largest seafood trade show, with a number of activities planned for the
The Global Seafood Alliance (GSA) is pleased to announce that Michael Berto has joined its board of directors, the nonprofit organization announced on Jan 19. Berto is the merchandising director for frozen seafood at Walmart US. He has been with Walmart for more than six years in multiple roles in the meat department, managing multiple protein categories.
The Global Seafood Alliance (GSA) is ushering in a new era in its 22-year history of convening the world’s seafood thought leaders. The Global Outlook for Aquaculture Leadership, or GOAL, is now called The Responsible Seafood Summit, a name that better represents GSA’s vision of a world that embraces the role of responsible seafood in