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18 August 2017

PROVIDING REAL CONFIDENCE IN THE PROVENANCE AND SUPPLY CHAIN

Written by Roy Palmer, Posted in Fish Net Blog

For many years, illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing and/or misrepresented seafood have affected global seafood markets.

PROVIDING REAL CONFIDENCE IN THE PROVENANCE AND SUPPLY CHAIN

In the USA starting January 2018, the Seafood Import Monitoring Program requires specific data related to seafood imports to be provided electronically to U.S. Customs and Border Protection. In EU similar requirements, specifically, special catch certificates, have been in place for several years.

18 August 2017

EARTH TWINE AND STRATIS PARTNER WORLD’S FIRST SEAFOOD DEDICATED BLOCKCHAIN

Posted in Fish Net Blog

Earth Twine, Incorporated formally announces its partnership with Stratis Group LTD.

EARTH TWINE AND STRATIS PARTNER WORLD’S FIRST SEAFOOD DEDICATED BLOCKCHAIN

Press Release

VISIONS ALIGNED: This partnership creates the first dedicated blockchain system for origin data and tracking for the international seafood industry – the Earth Twine Platform.

28 March 2015

FDA speaks up about the state of seafood

Written by Roy Palmer, Posted in Fish Net Blog

FDA speaks up about the state of seafood

While at Seafood Expo North America in Boston I went to the conference session “The Future of Seafood Regulations Post FSMA.” This was led by Benjamin England, the CEO of U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Imports.com – an FDA consulting firm serving clients in over 90 countries with FDA regulatory and compliance services. England was joined by a panel consisting of Troy Petrillo, FDA/ORA Investigation Branch in the New England District Office supervisor with responsibility for import...

 

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