This year’s seafood summit in Vancouver, BC, Canada was well attended and included an exciting cross section of stakeholders in the world’s oceans and its living resources. I was fortunate to both attend and to have an opportunity to participate on the Traceability panel moderated by Cheryl Dahle of Future of Fish.Org. Read more on “Norpac on the Traceability Panel at 2011 Seafood Summit” »
Trace Register, LLC, the global food traceability company (www.traceregister.com), and Honolulu-based Norpac Fisheries Export (www.norpacexport.com), the export arm of one of the world’s most environmentally conscious long-line fishing fleets, have signed a deal to use the Trace Register® system to verify the vessel and origin of several commercially caught pelagic (ocean-dwelling) species from the Western Pacific. The species include Bigeye Ahi (tuna), Opah, Monchong, and others that are sold under Norpac’s Hawaiian Select® label.