LOCATION:The Delta St. John’s Hotel and Conference Centre, ST. JOHN’S, NL
DATE:SEPT 28 – OCT. 03, 2013
CONTACT:Kelli-Ann Smith, email: Kelli-Ann.Smith@mi.mun.ca, Tel: 709-778-0756
The Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland will be hosting the 2013 World Seafood Congress at the Delta St. John’s Hotel and Conference Centre from September 28 – October 3.
The Following Updated information has been added effective Auugust 02:
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The Early Bird Rate has been extended to August 16, 2013
A Special Poster Session
The purpose of this poster session is to showcase innovative research from (2011-13) seafood professionals who are actively engaged in providing creative solutions to the many challenges facing today’s global seafood industry. Read more
A New Water Quality Monitoring Workshop
Water quality monitoring is essential for a successful aquaculture operation. Water quality monitoring is a very diverse activity that can entail everything from visual inspections of the water to using high tech computerized systems. Read more
This conference provides a forum for those involved/interested in theseafood sector to promote the exchange of ideas and information, foster interaction, understanding and Professional collaboration among individuals, organizations, and governments, disseminate knowledge about fish, seafood, and associated products inspection, promote advancement of the state-of-the-art in fish inspection, research and education, and to benefit global seafood trade.
The 2013 conference will profile innovation in seafood and provide opportunities for maximum participation by all economies involved in seafood trade – including developed and developing economies.
Peer reviewed papers will be presented that address global issues affecting today’s seafood industry, including aquaculture,in the following categories:
- Food Safety and Inspection Modernization
- Seafood Sustainability
- Seafood Innovation
- Profi table Seafood Markets
- Export and Trade
The goal of the Seafood congress is to build on existing and create new partnerships between IAFI members and all seafood professionals and specialists to benefit global seafood trade. It also aims to profile innovation in seafood and provide opportunities for maximum participation by all economies involved in seafood trade — including developed and developing economies. This is accomplished through various means throughout the international event – expert panels, debates, workshops and formal presentations.