Welcome to IntraFish Podcast Episode No. 24, where Editorial Director Drew Cherry, Executive Editor John Fiorillo, Senior Reporter Dominic Welling and Reporter Lola Navarro discuss the latest news in the seafood sector.
In this episode, we look back at Dominic Welling's recent trip to Japan where he met and interviewed the CEOs of some of the world’s largest seafood companies and learned about their strategies for the future.
Lola Navarro discusses the recent mega-merger between Agrosuper and AquaChile and what impacts this will likely have on the sector.
Finally, John Fiorillo tackles retail seafood brands in the United States, and the reason why they sink or swim.
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#23: Cargill's Montana dream; touring Marine Harvest BC; shrimp trade war
#22: Fish feed's future; pangasius finds a savior; the hunt for a new bland fish
#21: Chinese tariffs; lobster tensions; a milestone for Alaska pollock
#20: Copper River chaos, Bye to Bodal and Bumble Bee chief, talking salmon in NYC
#19: Investing in aquaculture innovation
#18: Legislating Cooke out of business
#17: Go behind the scenes at this year's Boston Seafood Show
#16: How Norway is building salmon farming's future
#15: Retail sector's new sustainable seafood push, the latest shrimp and pollock outlook
#14: How China's seafood sector is changing
#13: Cooke's catastrophe; traceability trauma; and GM salmon's silent debut
#12: An evening of inspiration, leadership advice and a few 'f bombs'
#11: Fake emails, backroom deals: The tuna price-fixing case is getting weirder
#10: Wild salmon, Brussels, and the weird world of seafood theft
#9: Pangasius woes, American fish counters, fake seafood news
#8: Trump is a threat, sustainability is dead, and pollock needs to get sexy
#7: The rift between WWF and MSC is soiling sustainable seafood
#6: Making money off Chinese consumers
#5: Brexit, Iceland and Trump, Oh My!
#4: Seafood slavery, fish finger price fights, talking Turkey
#3: Seafood at Amazon, Ocean Beauty taste test, targeting Millennial consumers
#2: Listeria, surimi's new market, ridiculous salmon prices
#1: MSC's new market, Pacific Andes saga, Alaska salmon farming