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How Much Would You Pay for a Can of Tuna?

For decades, the five-ounce can of tuna fish has been the 99¢ pantry essential that U.S. families turned to for a quick sandwich or last-minute meal. Now, a new crew of tuna distributors, including Wild Planet, American Tuna and Ocean Naturals, is breaking the price barrier with brands that promise both sustainability and flavor. That

As Maine’s Waters Warm, a Seafood Investor Fosters Climate Resiliency

An invasion of green crabs. Plummeting populations of northern shrimp and cod. Shifting seasons for lobster, the anchor of Maine’s $585 million fishing economy. Stretching from Cape Cod to southern Nova Scotia, the Gulf of Maine is among the fastest-warming oceans in the world, a living laboratory for the effects of climate change on marine

Investors Target Growing Demand for Healthy, Sustainable, Tasty Fish

The hook is baited, and private-equity and venture-capital fund managers are reeling in capital to finance next-generation fish-farming enterprises across the country and around the world. Several dedicated funds are targeting aquaculture investments specifically. At the same time, many broader venture capital and private-equity funds, focused on food and agriculture and even technology, are adding

How to Get a Sneak Peak at Sustainable Seafood Investments: Fish 2.0 Seeks Judges

Fish 2.0, the sustainable seafood business competition, is seeking judges and advisors to help identify the standout ventures that will present their business plans to investors and industry leaders at the final event at Stanford University in November. Judges and advisors, who must have five or more years of business or investment experience, get an

Now We Know Why She Swallowed a Fly: These Insects Feed Fish That Feed People

The idea of roasted, pulverized black soldier fly larvae may not make your mouth water. But farmed fish and other livestock are starting to feast on feed made from these fast-growing maggots, which means you’ll likely be eating more of them as well, at least indirectly. It gets even better: the black soldier fly larvae

‘Blue Economy’ Highlights from the World Ocean Summit & World Ocean Day

Migaloo, the albino humpback whale, was among the amazing sea creatures celebrated in the twitterstorm that accompanied World Ocean Day on June 8th. #Codeforfish surfaced an array of opportunities for innovation in sustainable fisheries in the U.S. Department of State and GreenWave’s 2nd annual Fishackathon. The Economist’s World Ocean Summit last week in Cascais, Portugal highlighted ‘blue economy’ opportunities

Standardizing Technology to Trace Sources of Seafood

Tracing seafood back to its source has turned out to be a maddeningly complex challenge, with conflicting technology, standards and even definitions. The lack of transparency has made it impossible to identify illegal and unreported fish and has made it difficult for sustainable suppliers from being able to charge premium prices. The Global Food Traceability