Brazil wants to become a world reference in aquaculture

Jaguaribara (Ceará), 10.09.2008 - Homens joga rede na Barragem do Castanhão onde existe a atividade da psicultura na cidade de Nova Jaguaribara. Foto: Ueslei Marcelino
Pavilion Brazil - Photo: Ministerio de pesca e aquicutlura

Pavilion Brazil – Photo: Ministerio de pesca e aquicutlura

The 23rd edition of Seafood Expo Global took place the 21-23 April 2015 at the BRUSSELS EXPO in Belgium, the exposition offered the opportunity to connect with the largest gathering of international seafood professionals worldwide.

Every year, seafood and processing companies from around the world exhibit at Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global to showcase their seafood products, equipment and services. The exposition provides seafood professionals with direct access to qualified buyers and suppliers from all corners of the globe. Attending buyers represent importers, exporters, wholesalers, restaurants, supermarkets, hotels and other retail and foodservice companies.

We had the opportunity to visit the Brazilian pavilion.

The world’s ninth largest economy and a leader in South America, Brazil, wants to become a world reference in fishery and aquaculture.

A country with a massive diversity of aquatic species, making it a distinctive source of fish products. Brazil has also a geographic potential for fishery and aquaculture in the world

The richness of our seas and rivers like: Monkfish, Ribbonfish, Mullet roe, Tuna, Red and Lane Snapper, Ray, Shrimp, Lobster, Blewing Searobin, White and Yellow Croaker, Marckerel, Moonfish, Silver Pomfret, Octopus, Arapaima (Pirarucu), Tambaqui, Pintado (Catfish), Tilapia and others presented to visitors of Seafood Expo Global 2015 by the Brazilian Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture (MPA), in cooperation with the Ministry of External Relations (MRE) and with support of the National Council of Fisheries and Aquaculture (Conepe) and Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil).

We interviewed Mr Sebastiao Saldanha Neto director  and Mr. Emerson Raiol, Internacionalista of Ministerio de pesca e aquicutlura:



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