Intrafish Podcast

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World's leading provider of news and analysis on the seafood, aquaculture and commercial fisheries sector at www.intrafish.com.

Episodes

  • Atlantic Sapphire makes its deadline, IntraFishs history-making person of the year

    Atlantic Sapphire makes its deadline, IntraFish's history-making person of the year

    02/10/2020 Duration: 33min

    It's been a nutty past couple of weeks, even for seafood. This week, Editor in Chief Drew Cherry, Executive Editor John Fiorillo and Editor Rachel Mutter talk about two of the big milestones -- Atlantic Sapphire's first commercial harvest of land-based salmon and this year's person of the year, Skretting CEO Therese Log Bergjord.

  • What the Seafood Power 100 tells us about the industry

    What the Seafood Power 100 tells us about the industry

    19/09/2020 Duration: 33min

    The IntraFish Seafood Power 100 was the culmination of some challenging decision-making about who wields influence in the sector. The list demonstrates that the industry has made significant progress in making may for a larger diversity of voices -- but it also holds up a mirror to how far seafood has to go. Join Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry, Executive Editor John Fiorillo and Editor Rachel Mutter as they discuss the ranking.

  • Investing in Seafood: Silicon Valley comes calling

    Investing in Seafood: Silicon Valley comes calling

    29/08/2020 Duration: 39min

    The venture capital and private equity community are circling the seafood industry -- aquaculture in particular. Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry and Executive Editor John Fiorillo discuss recent funds kicking tires, including one financed by a scion of the Walton family.

  • Land-based salmon farming comes of age

    Land-based salmon farming comes of age

    21/08/2020 Duration: 32min

    Join Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry, Executive Editor John Fiorillo and Business Reporter Demi Korban for a discussion on our recent land-based salmon farming webinar, and interesting new research on seafood-eating habits in the US.

  • Covid-19s heavy cost to seafood processors

    Covid-19's heavy cost to seafood processors

    15/08/2020 Duration: 32min

    We're back! Our summer hiatus was filled with seafood news, and we can't wait to dive in and start discussing all the big topics. Today, Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry, Executive Editor John Fiorillo, Business Reporter Rachel Sapin and Correspondent John Evans discuss the cost of COVID-19 to seafood processors and the impact China's latest findings of the coronavirus on shrimp packaging.

  • Three years behind bars, and salmons COVID problem

    Three years behind bars, and salmon's COVID problem

    20/06/2020 Duration: 32min

    What a week. One of the most influential and visible executives in the seafood industry (and a former IntraFish Person of the Year) was sentenced to over three years in prison this week, a shocking conclusion to the long-running tuna price-fixing saga. Plus, we discuss exactly what the link between COVID and salmon will mean for China, and the wider world.

  • How can the seafood industry best show that Black Lives Matter?

    How can the seafood industry best show that Black Lives Matter?

    12/06/2020 Duration: 58min

    There's no denying that we are in the midst of a major societal shift, and one that is long overdue. How should the industry respond? What can it do to increase diversity, particularly among people of color? Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry, Executive Editor John Fiorillo and Editor Rachel Mutter discuss. Plus, seafood marketing in America looks back to the 80s, Trump's very strange lobster roundtable and the big money going into Recirculating Aquaculture System (RAS) projects, land-based salmon farming in particular.

  • Seafood CEOs are showing signs of optimism. No, really!

    Seafood CEOs are showing signs of optimism. No, really!

    08/06/2020 Duration: 25min

    Maybe it's just the Northern hemisphere, but the summer months seem to be bringing a little optimism about the state of the global economy, and the outlook for seafood. Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry, Executive Editor John Fiorillo and Editor Rachel Mutter discuss.

  • American drama, Alaska marriage, farmed salmon optimism

    American drama, Alaska marriage, farmed salmon optimism

    01/06/2020 Duration: 31min

    Another week of coronavirus-related drama brought the largest reported outbreak of COVID-19 to a major fishing vessel worldwide. In addition, the week saw the unsurprising merger of Cooke and Ocean Beauty's wild salmon operations, and optimism in the farmed salmon sector. Join Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry, Executive Editor John Fiorillo and Correspondent John Evans on this week's episode.

  • Is the meat industrys loss seafoods gain?

    Is the meat industry's loss seafood's gain?

    22/05/2020 Duration: 40min

    The meat supply chain is broken. Can seafood capitalize on it? That remains to be seen. Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry, Executive Editor John Fiorillo and Editor Rachel Mutter discuss, and try to guess what the seafood industry might look like when things return to "normal."

  • Like it or not, plant-based seafood will keep growing

    Like it or not, plant-based seafood will keep growing

    15/05/2020 Duration: 34min

    Plant-based and cell-based seafood is coming quickly, and there's not much the "conventional" seafood industry can do to stop it. We look back at last week's IntraFish digital event, where we brought some of the leaders in plant- and cell-based seafood together to debate the issue. Plus, we talk about coronavirus outbreaks at seafood facilities. And a Red Lobster brawl. Join Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry, Executive Editor John Fiorillo and Editor Rachel Mutter for this week's episode.

  • Wait, did Trump just order the US aquaculture industry to grow?

    Wait, did Trump just order the US aquaculture industry to grow?

    08/05/2020 Duration: 38min

    President Donald Trump issued one of his many decrees this week, this one ordering the US to become more self-sufficient. Specifically, the executive order calls for the development of a US aquaculture industry. Will it happen? Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry, Executive Editor John Fiorillo and Editor Rachel Mutter discuss, along with the latest on coronavirus outbreaks in seafood and the coming 'meat shock.'

  • Salmons coronavirus immunity, and Red Lobsters troubling trend

    Salmon's coronavirus immunity, and Red Lobster's troubling trend

    02/05/2020 Duration: 24min

    A two-person show this week with Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry and Executive Editor John Fiorillo. We discuss the troubling downturn at fast-casual seafood restaurants, and the surprising resilience of farmed salmon during the coronavirus crisis.

  • How coronavirus is changing how seafood is sold

    How coronavirus is changing how seafood is sold

    24/04/2020 Duration: 33min

    Editors Drew Cherry, John Fiorillo and Rachel Mutter discuss how stay-at-home orders are changing the way seafood is sold, and threatening to replace seasoned veterans. Also, updates on the pivot to retail and the increasing coronavirus cases in processing plants.

  • Eye-popping canned tuna sales, plus Bristol Bay salmons covid-19 bind

    Eye-popping canned tuna sales, plus Bristol Bay salmon's covid-19 bind

    17/04/2020 Duration: 31min

    Why would anybody want to shut down the Bristol Bay wild salmon season? There are more than a few reasons. Plus, eye-popping canned tuna sales at Bumble Bee, and how Pacific Seafood Group, DNB, Biomar, NPD Group, Grieg Seafood and more give some guidance for surviving coronavirus. Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry, Editor Rachel Mutter and Executive Editor John Fiorillo discuss.

  • Will coronavirus threaten innovative aquaculture projects?

    Will coronavirus threaten innovative aquaculture projects?

    03/04/2020 Duration: 29min

    Editors Drew Cherry, Rachel Mutter and John Fiorillo discuss coronavirus' potential impact on innovative aquaculture projects, the likelihood of the Boston seafood show actually happening, and how China rescued its tilapia and shrimp sectors from near collapse.

  • The restaurant industry is nuked. Heres what that means for seafood

    The restaurant industry is 'nuked'. Here's what that means for seafood

    27/03/2020 Duration: 25min

    Join a gang of IntraFish journalists including Drew Cherry, John Fiorillo, Rachel Sapin, Demi Korban and John Evans as they discuss how the rapidly crumbling foodservice infrastructure is hitting seafood, plus a look at what dwindling cold storage capacity will mean for seafood.

  • Hang on tight: A storm is brewing for seafood

    Hang on tight: A storm is brewing for seafood

    20/03/2020 Duration: 33min

    Editors Drew Cherry, Rachel Mutter and John Fiorillo dissect a chaotic week that saw the global economy -- particularly the foodservice sector -- grind to a halt. For now, all the industry can do is watch, and wait for the pain.

  • Guess what our podcast is about this week?

    Guess what our podcast is about this week?

    13/03/2020 Duration: 29min

    Editors Drew Cherry, Rachel Mutter and John Fiorillo talk about the only thing on everyone's minds: the coronavirus. It's already upended the seafood sector, with the cancellations of the Boston and Brussels shows, and threatens to do massive damage to logistics and demand worldwide.

  • This coronavirus thing might be a problem for seafood

    This coronavirus thing might be a problem for seafood

    28/02/2020 Duration: 34min

    The IntraFish team discusses the continuing impact of the coronavirus on the seafood industry, and what it might mean for upcoming trade shows. Plus, a look at LoveTheWild, the upstart seafood brand that met the harsh reality of the retail world.

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