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Traceability to be key focus of Seafood Summit in New Orleans

Traceability to be key focus of Seafood Summit in New Orleans

Traceability is getting top billing at the Seafood Summit in New Orleans from February 9 to 12, 2015. Several panel discussions at the conference are focused on traceability, labeling, responsible sourcing, supply chain auditing, and more. ThisFish’s pilot project to trace Indonesian tuna will also be presented by our local partner MDPIndonesia, which has also been nominated for a champion award for their vision. FishWise, a nonprofit organization, will be holding a half-day pre-conference workshop on the minimum requirements and best practices in seafood traceability. 

Pre-conference workshop: Minimum Requirements and Best Practices for Traceability

8 February 2015 | 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Organized by Mariah Boyle, Project Director, FishWise
Co-Hosted by Bill DiMento, Corporate Director of Sustainability, High Liner Foods

Panel Discussions: Traceability Highlights

9-11 February 2015

  • Traceability and Its Impact on Seafood Value Chains
  • Innovative Technology to Improve Management and Facilitate Market Access for Small Scale Fisheries
  • Preventing Human Rights Abuses in Seafood Supply Chains
  • What's in a Claim? Making Responsible Environmental Market Claims in the Seafood Marketplace
  • Assurance in Practice: Try Auditing and Share in Auditors' Perspectives from within the System
  • Certification, Traceability and Consumer Awareness in the Southern Hemisphere
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