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

  • Seaspiracy Part 2: Yes, we still have more to say about it

    Seaspiracy Part 2: Yes, we still have more to say about it

    08/04/2021 Duration: 47min

    The Netflix documentary "Seaspiracy" has sparked a lot of controversy, with heated conversations around the film's methodology, sources and conclusions lighting up the web. IntraFish journalists Drew Cherry, John Fiorillo, Rachel Sapin and John Evans weigh in on the backlash and what the film ultimately achieved. Plus! Bonus segment on a harmful algae outbreak in the Chilean salmon industry. www.intrafish.com

  • Seaspiracy had everyone excited, until they watched it

    Seaspiracy had everyone excited, until they watched it

    27/03/2021 Duration: 31min

    The new Netflix documentary 'Seaspiracy' left much to be desired as a piece of journalism. With a string of debunked claims and poor fact-checking, the much-hyped show missed a chance to illuminate real issues, and instead served up sloppy vegan goulash. Plus, inside the court battle between salmon farming Mowi and the Canadian government. Join Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry, Executive Editor John Fiorillo and Senior Business Reporter Rachel Sapin.

  • Violence against shrimp farms, plus Brexit and Alaska MA

    Violence against shrimp farms, plus Brexit and Alaska M&A

    13/03/2021 Duration: 25min

    Is battling armed gunmen on your job description? Unfortunately for Ecuador's shrimp producers, it's an ongoing issue, and companies want action. We offer the latest update on the issue, plus news on Brexit and the latest acquisition in the Alaska seafood industry.

  • Tough times for the seafood middlemen, plus eco-label arguments

    Tough times for the seafood middlemen, plus eco-label arguments

    05/03/2021 Duration: 28min

    The big seafood companies made it through 2020 bruised and battered, but some were hit harder than others. Most notably, the world's seafood traders -- many of which sell into foodservice and restaurants -- had an extremely tough time. Is there a future for the little guys? Plus, debating the value of eco-labels.

  • Would you eat 3D-printed salmon? Plus, a look at shrimps future

    Would you eat 3D-printed salmon? Plus, a look at shrimp's future

    27/02/2021 Duration: 37min

    3D-printed seafood is a reality. Yes, it's a miniscule project and as of now is headed only for a hipster bagel shop in Austria. Still, it's another sign of the changing food landscape, and how tech will play an increasingly important role. Plus, looking ahead at the farmed shrimp outlook.

  • Whats the deal with seafood and Lent? Plus shipping and land-based salmon

    What's the deal with seafood and Lent? Plus shipping and land-based salmon

    19/02/2021 Duration: 32min

    The US seafood industry has plenty of periods where they lift promotions, but perhaps none more than the Lent period. Executive Editor John Fiorillo explains. We also talk shipping, and the disruptions its having on seafood trade. PLUS! Mowi and Leroy jump into land-based salmon farming? Kind of.

  • Who should speak for aquaculture? Plus a category on fire

    Who should speak for aquaculture? Plus a category 'on fire'

    06/02/2021 Duration: 47min

    The aquaculture industry has always struggled to tell its story. Maybe it's time to think about how to get more of the experts in front of the world. The IntraFish team discusses it, plus findings from recent business intelligence research showing what retail and foodservice sectors have in store for the seafood industry.

  • Terror attack hits salmon farming Alaska pollock seasons brutal start

    Terror attack hits salmon farming; Alaska pollock season's brutal start

    29/01/2021 Duration: 42min

    Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry and Executive Editor John Fiorillo discuss the armed attack on salmon smolt facility and the COVID-19 outbreaks hitting Alaska pollock processors.

  • Aker BioMarines first female fish mate talks about her epic journey in Antarctica

    Aker BioMarine's first female fish mate talks about her "epic" journey in Antarctica

    29/01/2021 Duration: 04min

    This week, Business Reporter Demi Korban talks with Hege Louise Eltoft, the first female fish mate with krill harvesting giant Aker BioMarine, as she journeys through Antarctica on the Saga Sea vessel.

  • End of year extravaganza: A look back at 2020

    End of year extravaganza: A look back at 2020

    18/12/2020 Duration: 42min

    We made it...or at least we are very, very close to making it. Join Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry and Editor Rachel Mutter as they discussed the key stories that shaped 2020. And then let's leave this year behind.

  • The investors driving the future of seafood

    The investors driving the future of seafood

    11/12/2020 Duration: 24min

    Join Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry and Business Reporter Demi Korban as they discuss the 15th IntraFish Seafood Investor Forum, which brought together investors and top executives from around the aquaculture, fisheries, oceans and aquatech space, including S2G Ventures, AquaBounty, Pareto, Wells Fargo, Ferd, The Kingfish Company, Aker Biomarine, Stolt Sea Farm and many, many more.

  • Where would you invest your Bezos Billions?

    Where would you invest your Bezos Billions?

    20/11/2020 Duration: 33min

    Imagine you're the richest person in the world, but come to think $180 billion is more than any one person needs. Jeff Bezos is in that difficult position, and he's putting $10 billion toward fighting climate change and hunger. That includes the seafood sector -- kind of. We weigh in on how he wants to change the world. Plus, futuristic salmon farming concepts and a sneak preview of our 2021 outlook report.

  • Are alternatives to fishmeal over-hyped?

    Are alternatives to fishmeal over-hyped?

    14/11/2020 Duration: 29min

    Alternatives to fishmeal and oil in aquaculture feed have gained a lot of attention in the past few years. But with commercialization a long way off, is the marketing getting ahead of reality? IntraFish Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry and Editor Rachel Mutter discuss.

  • While were waiting, what will the election mean for the seafood industry?

    While we're waiting, what will the election mean for the seafood industry?

    02/11/2020 Duration: 32min

    It's Election Day, and a lot is at stake. While seafood may be low on the list of concerns, America's next Commander-in-Chief will have an impact on the world's aquaculture, fisheries, seafood processing and trade segments. IntraFish Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry and Executive Editor John Fiorillo discuss some of the potential implications.

  • COVID surges are back, and seafood has to adjust again

    COVID surges are back, and seafood has to adjust again

    26/10/2020 Duration: 30min

    It's not welcome news to see coronavirus cases surge, and seafood is seeing the effects. Not only are restaurants facing more lockdowns, upending the foodservice sector, but the industry now has to consider which markets to target -- and how.

  • Theres something to this marketing thing

    There's something to this 'marketing' thing

    16/10/2020 Duration: 32min

    The US Alaska pollock industry has put big money into the Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers (GAPP) program, which has taken an entirely new tack on how to position the fish -- which it now pushes under the name "Wild Alaska Pollock." It's called "marketing," and it appears to be paying off. Plus, new forecasts for whitefish harvests show healthy stocks around the world. Join Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry and Executive Editor John Fiorillo as they discuss.

  • The seafood industry is ready to hit the road. When will it happen?

    The seafood industry is ready to hit the road. When will it happen?

    09/10/2020 Duration: 27min

    Diversified Communications, the company behind the Boston and Brussels (now Barcelona) seafood shows and other industry events, is struggling. No cash, cancelled conferences. The industry is ready to get back on the road: what's the future look like? Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry and Executive Editor John Fiorillo discuss.

  • 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.

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