Recognizing the need for better services, technical expertise, and innovative thinking in the Canadian and global aquaculture market, Mathew Clarke and partner Heather Clarke co-founded Poseidon Ocean Systems in 2015.
Safe, Strong, Sustainable: Saeplast Containers are Designed to Last
Keeping seafood fresh and healthy means using storage containers designed for just that purpose. Sustainable and eco-friendly? Even better.
Badinotti Net Services Canada
Improving Aquaculture with Innovation and Technology
Badinotti Net Services Canada is the Canadian branch of the Badinotti Group, an international manufacturer of innovative netting products for aquaculture, fisheries, safety, and even sports. The Canadian branch of the company aims to leverage more than one hundred years of global experience toward helping clients in local markets.
If a seafood processing company is going to select a locale for expansion, it probably couldn’t pick one better than Newfoundland and Labrador.
Atlantic Canada Fish Farmers Association
Representing a Growing, Sustainable and Essential Sector in Atlantic Canada
Atlantic Canada’s salmon farming sector employs 8,000 people, generates $2 billion in annual revenue, and provides over 320 million meals a year—an important consideration given how COVID-19 has interrupted international food supply chains and highlighted the value of locally grown healthy food. While fish farming—also called aquaculture—might seem like a foreign concept to many, the process is relatively straightforward.
Newfoundland Aquaculture Industry Association (NAIA)
Thanks to Aquaculture, the Future is Bright for Newfoundland
In this feature we look at how aquaculture has revitalized Newfoundland’s economy and at the same time is addressing global issues of food security while, through near net-zero carbon emissions, the industry is doing its bit to help stem climate change.
Superior Occupational Safety for a Growing Sector
From Asia to America, aquaculture is one of the world’s fastest-growing food production systems, yet many still face dangerous working conditions every day.
Aquaculture on the Rise
Addressing Acute Hunger
According to the United Nations’ World Food Programme, 135 million people around the world are experiencing emergency levels of acute hunger, which means they are only one meal away from starvation.
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