Animal AgTech Innovation Summit 2021: Future of aquaculture in the US

Screenshot of Animal AgTech Innovation Summit panel discussion titled, Blue Revolution: The Future of Aquaculture © Rethink Events

With the US Importing over 85% of its seafood, industry experts examine how and why the country should develop a sustainable aquaculture industry

Aquaculture is becoming increasingly important to meet the world’s protein needs and is currently responsible for half of the seafood consumed globally. It is the fastest-growing sector in agriculture and predicted to account for nearly two-thirds of seafood production worldwide by 2030. According to a UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) report last year, global aquaculture production hit a record 114.5m tonnes in 2018 with a total farm-gate sale value of $263.6bn. To date, aquaculture has mostly been undertaken in freshwater, near-shore or in estuaries, leading to environmental concern...
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