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ACCESS GLOBAL AQUACULTURE PRODUCTION FORECAST FOR 2021, 2022

ACCESS GLOBAL AQUACULTURE PRODUCTION FORECAST

Access global aquaculture production forecast for 2021, 2022 presented at Nov. 17 GOAL 2021 virtual event. The global aquaculture production forecast for 2021 and 2022 will be presented as part of the eighth and final GOAL 2021 virtual event on Wednesday, Nov. 17, at 10 a.m. EST. For the second consecutive year, the Global Seafood Alliance partnered with Rabobank Senior Analyst Gorjan Nikolik to deliver the forecast and analysis, based on the results of GSA’s exclusive annual aquaculture production surveys for shrimp and finfish (including salmon, trout, tilapia, pangasius, sea bream and sea bass, cod and carp).

Following his presentations, Nikolik will join Ragnar Nystøyl of Kontali Analyse and Jim Anderson of the University of Florida, both long time survey contributors, for a Q&A panel discussion moderated by Travis Larkin of The Seafood Exchange. Audience Q&A is encouraged.

Sessions for the Nov. 17 virtual event start at 8 a.m. EST and run throughout the day. Open to GSA members and non-members. Check out the programme agenda, and register to attend. Space is limited. The presentations will be available for download on the conference platform following the session.

The Global Seafood Alliance’s GOAL conference keeps you ahead of the curve. Join other forward-thinking leaders from across the global seafood value chain in reviewing production, sustainability, innovation and market trends. You’ll come away with valuable knowledge, strategic relationships and an understanding of emerging issues and solutions.

The next in-person GOAL will be held at The Okura Hotel in Tokyo, Japan, from Oct. 24 to 27, 2022.

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