AquaFarm, the third edition of the International conference and trade show event dedicated to the technologies, products and best practices of sustainable production of fish, will be held on 13 and 14 February 2019 at the Exhibition Centre of Pordenone.

AQUAFARM 2019 is an International B2B two-day event dedicated to and reserved for operators of the Euro-Mediterranean sustainable aquaculture industry, one of the food production activities with the highest growth rate worldwide, which supplies 46 percent of the total amount of fish consumed and is exceeding deep sea fishing as a source of supply. Moreover, using sustainability criteria, aquaculture could become the most advantageous zoo technical activity with regards to the relationship between foodstuff used and product obtained.

The event will provide the opportunity to meet the operators involved in the industry – from breeding, processing and transformation up to distribution and consumption – with the chance to meet demand and offer, professional updating and networking.

The Event is addressed to the sector operators in the Mediterranean Sea Basin: from Slovenia, Croatia, Albania, Balkan Area to Greece Malta, Turkey, Spain and Portugal.

Pordenone and its Exhibition Centre are situated near Venice, in a strategic position in a highly-connected basin that includes Italian, Austrian, Slovenian and Croatian regions in the Northern Adriatic Sea and Eastern Alps.

Main topics that will be discussed during the international conferences of Aquafarm 2019:
• Feed and quality of fish
• Health and well-being of fish
• Environmental technologies in aquaculture
• Processing and packing of farmed fish
• Distribution and consumption
• Hatcheries
• A Short- and medium-term perspective: the future of aquaculture

For more information visit the Aquafarm website, HERE.

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