Tuesday, January 8, 2019

The world's aquaculture meets at AquaFarm 2019

Global-reach is keyword for the next edition of AquaFarm. From the conferences, to the exhibitors, to the expected visitors, the span of the reference tradeshow on aquaculture and sustainable fishing in Europe is increasingly wide. Save the date: 13 and 14 February, at Pordenone Fiere (near Venice).

AquaFarm is three years old and for its third edition offers an even more international agenda and meeting opportunities, and an ever-expanding exhibition area. Starting from the conference agenda, close collaboration with API, AMA and other associations continues, with contributions from the main Italian and European universities and the participation of international experts.

In this edition: a specific focus on the market and distribution of aquaculture products with particular attention to public catering and the launch in Italy of the "Farmed in EU" campaign; research on the reproduction and initial growth of fish species.

In addition, many other topics: in fish farming
• Food for fish and quality
• Health and wellbeing of fish
• Breeding technologies and environment
• Perspectives and short and medium term aquaculture and climate change
• Processing and packaging of aquaculture products
• Distribution and consumption: future developments
• Food hatcheries: genetic selection, nutrition, seasonal adjustment, well-being

in shellfish farming
• Plastics and the circular economical in mussel farming
• Development of national mollusc farming: economic, territorial and technical aspects

in algae
• Technologies and innovations for the production and collection of micro and macro-algae
• The benefits of algae: uses and applications

The reach of the tradeshow is widening as far as the sponsors and exhibitors are concerned, with companies from all over Europe up to South America; moreover, two major companies in the aquaculture sector are confirmed as sponsors: Gruppo del Pesce as main sponsor and Biorigin.

AquaFarm will be joined by NovelFarm (in Hall 4), an international conference and expo dedicated to innovation in agritech, including in-depth studies on aquaponics, the integrated production of plants and aquatic species and the circular economy.

All updates are available on the Aquafarm website, HERE.

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