SEG 2023: Wednesday Luncheon Anchors GSA Activities in Barcelona
The Global Seafood Alliance (GSA) is exhibiting once again this year at Seafood Expo Global (SEG), scheduled to take place at Fira de Barcelona in Barcelona, Spain, from April 25 to 27, 2023.
Attendees are encouraged to visit GSA stand 5D201 or register for the GSA Stakeholder Update & Luncheon in Room CC1.4 at the Fira de Barcelona on Wednesday, April 26, from 11:30 a.m, followed by lunch at 1 p.m. The program will open with presentations focusing on GSA’s advocacy and education work, including The Responsible Seafood Summit, The Advocate and the Aquademia podcast, as well as updates to the Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) certification program and Best Seafood Practices (BSP) certification program, including the BSP Vessel Standard (RFVS) and the Seafood Processing Standard (SPS). The program will conclude with a light luncheon.
GSA Standards Coordinator Dan Lee is speaking at SEG this year on behalf of the Global Roundtable on Marine Ingredients about supporting the further development of fishery improvement projects in India. The panel discussion is titled, “How Can Marine Ingredients Support the Growth of the Aquaculture Sector in a World of Greater Food Sovereignty?” and is scheduled for Thursday, April 27, at 12:00 p.m.
Additionally, supporters of our certification programs are encouraged to display signage in their exhibits. To coordinate the delivery of BAP and/or BSP signage on April 25.
The 29th edition of Seafood Expo Global will take place in halls 2, 3, 4, 5 and the Galleria between halls 4 and 5 at Fira de Barcelona. SEG’s successful debut at Fira de Barcelona’s Gran Vía venue in 2022 brought together 26,703 attendees and 1,556 exhibiting companies from 77 countries.
About the 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 www.globalseafood.org.