Seafoods and Aquaculture Conference 2020 – The Aquaculture, fishing and Seafood markets span beyond the concept of quality nutrition, and take an active space in the Ocean Biodiversity and Ecology Managements.
LexisConferences conferences would like to take this opportunity to welcome all of you to The Fisheries and Seafoods Annual Meeting which is to be held during May 11-12, 2020, Venice | Italy .
Through our theme “Expanding the Networks | Connecting the Horizons: Fisheries and Sea Foods”, the conference will analyse the recent advancements and new models that can be employed in research to take Fisheries and Aquaculture, one step further.
Current statistics of active aquaculture activities include around 567 aquatic species, majorly including fish, crustaceans, and aquatic plants and algae.
The farming business is practised almost in every corner of the world; poorest farmers in the developing to biggest fish firms in the developed, fresh water and shallow farming to marine and deep-water fishing, purpose of daily consumption into business exports, farming of fishes and crustaceans to aquatic plants and algae.
Fisheries and seafood nutrition has taken a step ahead into the therapeutic market with the associated medicinal values.
Due to its active involvement and cross-over with the various verticals, the fisheries and seafood market is to be studies as an interrelated market. The major segments would be seafood processing, seafood sustainability, Aquaculture Methods etc…
The developing markets such as Asia-Pacific and Latin are to be among the fastest growing and explored business, and will experience growth in the farming sectors with improvements in the aqua-fishing techniques and primary processing.
Whereas the developed North American and European markets are to experience a growth in the advanced processing and canned sea food category, with an add on into the sea food supply chain. Coming to the Middle East region, Aquaculture market in Venice is the quickest growing primary industry.
The seafood market space is the most grown food production sector globally. The growth statistics will persist with the increasing nutrition demand, expansion in the aqua-fishing techniques, ever growing seafood demand, penetration of the fisheries and seafood market into the unexplored fast paced developing markets, government initiatives and their business ecosystem friendly policies, advancements in the packing and supply chain managements especially pertaining to the food and nutrition market .
Venice’s fisheries and seafood market is a high valued fish market and majorly earns from the export unlike the cost-competitive developing market. Venice’s aqua-fishing is further supported by the government’s active participation and involvement from the aquaculture authorities, ensuring the eco-balanced aqua-fishing and seafood production.
Abstracts will be reviewed by the Abstract Review Board (ARB) of the conference