IFFO’s 60th annual conference to be held in Lima

09 September 20222 min reading

IFFO announced that its annual conference will take place in Lima on 24-26 October. Blue transformation and climate targets will be top subjects of the three-day program.

Following two years of remote events, IFFO’s (The Marine Ingredients Organisation) 60th annual conference will be reuniting the marine ingredients and wider industries together in the fishing powerhouse of Peru, from 24th to 26th October 2022. It will provide all members and stakeholders of IFFO with the latest insights from thirty speakers, with simultaneous interpretation between English and Spanish. Registration is announced to be open to all, with early bird discounted registration fee available before the 26th August. Details can be found on IFFO’s website.

Chaired by Intrafish’s Johan Evans, a panel will look at marine ingredients' role in global food security. Martin Exel, from SeaBOS, Stefania Vannuccini, from FAO, Allan Cooper, from Vitapro and Ricardo García Holtz, from Salmones Camanchaca, will discuss the potential of blue foods and key requirements for them to play an increasing role in the global food system as the world’s population keeps growing.

Climate change presents new challenges to biodiversity and fisheries management. Speakers will outline the latest research on biodiversity and land-use implications of restricting fishing. They will also provide the latest evidence on the effects of climate change on global fisheries and explore how to set climate targets and achieve them. Life cycle assessment (LCA) analyses are clearly becoming an essential approach to feeding, as the speakers will explain.

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