Seafood is one of the most globalized and dynamic industries in world food production
“The proportion of fish production being traded internationally makes the fisheries sector one of the most globalized and dynamic industries in world food production.” – Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
Seafood is an integral part of global trade that provides not only healthy food for a growing planet but jobs and economic opportunity for millions. From farms that grow soy for aquaculture feed to cold storage facilities that hold seafood for restaurants and retailers, the benefits of seafood trade are found throughout the value chain.
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