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As per the present report about 512 Open Access Articles, 558 Conference Proceedings, 4 upcoming conferences, 4 Journals and 174 National symposiums are being dedicated to the field of sea food.

Seafood is any form of sea life regarded as food by humans. Seafood prominently includes fish and shellfish. Shellfish include various species of molluscs, crustaceans, and echinoderms. The best source of these LCn-3-PUFA is seafood, especially finfish (the fatty tissue of finfish) but also crustaceans and shellfish. Having insufficient omega-3 fatty acids in the diet amounts to a deficiency, and is associated with a wide range of health problems which include cardiovascular disease, diabetes, certain cancers, osteoporosis and disorders of the central nervous system.

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Scope and Importance:
Seafood is also a good source of many nutrients like SELENIUM, CO-ENZYME Q10, TAURINE,etc. Nutritionists increasingly advocate the use of a Mediterranean diet (which contains seafood) as a healthy diet for people at risk or suffering from coronary heart disease. Seafood is important in disease prevention but should not be considered in isolation. It has a premium place in a healthy diet for most people. People on a Mediterranean diet in a trial had far lower heart attack and death rates in the five-year follow-up period than people on a low-fat diet. Two years into the study, the results were so striking that the trial was stopped; all participants were recommended to follow the Mediterranean diet.
• Income growth in many countries
• Middle class grows
• Accompanied by development of modern food distribution systems and shift in distribution channels to consumers
• Shift from cheap proteins to more luxury seafood
• Industrialized aquaculture species benefits particularly from this
• Health trends in developed countries
Omega-3 is one of the winners when consumers search for healthy alternatives in their diets
Fish meal & oil sector benefit from increased demand for fish in general and carnivorous fish and shrimp in particular

Statistics:
In 2010, only one in four middle-class households were in Asia. However, by 2020 it is predicted that Asia could hold over half of the world’s middle-class population, accounting for more than 40% of global middle-class consumption. Canada ranked second globally as a seafood exporter following the U.S. In 2006, after the ground fisheries collapsed, landings decreased to around 1.1 million tones, with a total production value estimated at 4.2 billion CAD, placing Canada in the sixth place after China, Norway, Thailand, U.S., and Denmark.

Of the 107 million tones available for human consumption in 2005, consumption was lowest in Africa (7.6 million tones, with 8.3 kg per capita), while Asia accounted for two-thirds of total consumption, of which 36.9 million tons were consumed outside China (13.9 kg per capita), with 33.6 million tons in China alone (26.1 kg per capita). The corresponding per capita consumption figures for Oceania, North America, Europe, Central America and the Caribbean, and South America were 24.5, 24.1, 20.8, 9.5 and 8.4 kg, respectively.

Relevant conferences on seafood are:-

• 6th Biotechnology Conference October 05-07, 2015 Crowne Plaza , New Delhi, India

• 12th Biotechnology Conference  November 14-15, 2016, San Francisco, USA

Coastal Zone Management Conference May 16-18, 2016 Osaka, Japan

• 2nd Aquaculture and Fisheries Conference July 11-13, 2016 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

• 4th Aquaculture and Fisheries Conference 
September 29-October 01, 2016 London, United Kingdom

• 2016 Global Seafood Market Conference January 19-21, 2016, Miami, USA

• SeaWeb Seafood Summit 1-3 February 2016, St. Julian's, Malta

• Pacific Tuna Forum 2015, 22-23 September 2015, Suva, Fiji

• Aquaculture Conference 2015
27 September- 2 October 2015, Polokwane, South Africa

• Seafood Expo 2015, 28-30 September 2015, Dubai

• DanFish International 2015, 7-9 October 2015, Aalborg, Denmark

• AQUA 2015, 19-22 October 2015, Guayaquil, Ecuador

• Asia Pacific Aquaculture 2016, 26-29 April 2016, Surabaya, Indonesia

• 7th World Fisheries Congress, 23-27 May 2016, Busan, South Korea

• Aquaculture Europe 2016, 20-23 September 2016, Edinburgh, Scotland

• World Aquaculture 2017, 26-30 June 2017, Cape Town, South Africa

• Aquaculture 2016, Feb 22, 2016 - February 26, 2016, Las Vegas NV USA

• 17th International Symposium on Feeding and Nutrition in Fish
Jun 5- Jun 10, 2016, Idaho, USA

• Aquaculture America 2017 19 - 22 Februaryn 2017, San Antonio, Texas USA

• Aquatic Biodiversity International Conference
7-10 October 2015 Sibiu, Transylvania, Romania

• Offshore Mariculture Conference 9-13 June 2015 Baja, California, USA

• Aquatic Biodiversity International Conference
7-10 October 2015 Sibiu, Transylvania, Romania

Society on seafood are:-
• Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management Society
• Aquatic Ecosystem health and Management Society (AEHMS)
• American Fisheries Society, USA
• The Fishery Society of the British Isles, UK
• The Japanese Society of Fishery Science, Japan
• The Australian Society for Fish Biology, Australia
• United States Aquaculture Society, USA
• Aquaculture Association of Canada, Canada
• Massachusetts Aquaculture Association, USA
• Michigan Aquaculture Association, USA

Companies on seafood are:-
• GC Rieber, Norway
• Grieg Seafood, Norway
• Havfisk, Norway
• Lerøy, Norway
• Marine Farms, UK
• Marine Harvest, Norway
• Nergård AS, Norway
• Norges Sildesalgslag, Norway
• Norway Pelagic, Norway
• Rauma Group, Norway

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This page was last updated on 14th Sep, 2015

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