GSA Partners with North Atlantic Seafood Forum for Fifth Consecutive Year

The Global Seafood Alliance (GSA) is partnering with the North Atlantic Seafood Forum (NASF) for the fifth consecutive year, co-sponsoring the 2023 Sustainability Seminar. NASF will be held in-person this year at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Bergen, Norway, from March 7 to 9, after a two-year digital hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The forum is one of the world’s largest seafood business conferences, drawing more than 750 industry executives to presentations on species-specific outlooks for salmon, whitefish, and pelagic fish, as well as information sessions on technology, innovation, sustainability, finance, investment, and policy.

NASF 2023 Sustainability SeminarNASF’s 2023 Sustainability Seminar, co-sponsored by GSA, takes place on Wednesday, March 8 and explores sustainability in uncertain times. Speakers from Cargill, Hilton Foods, Fridtjof Nansen Institute and Nordea will share their insights on how to keep sustainability in the seafood industry on the right track in times where war, inflation, supply chain disruptions and geopolitical tensions all impact sustainability investments. An interactive forum discussion will follow.

The full three-day comprehensive NASF program features many more important discussions, renowned speakers, and networking opportunities with delegates, industry experts, leaders, and policy makers. You can learn more about the event on the North Atlantic Seafood Forum’s website. As part of its sponsorship of the event, GSA has secured a limited number of discounted tickets. Please contact GSA Marketing Specialist, Stephanie Lyon, at to secure one.

About Global Seafood Alliance
The Global Seafood Alliance is an international, nonprofit trade association dedicated to advancing responsible seafood practices through education, advocacy and third-party assurances. Through the development of its Best Aquaculture Practices and Best Seafood Practices certification programs, GSA has become the leading provider of assurances for wild and farmed seafood globally. The organization’s work addresses the full spectrum of responsibility, from environmental responsibility and social accountability to food safety. Established in 1997 as the Global Aquaculture Alliance, GSA is headquartered in Portsmouth, N.H., USA. To learn more, visit