When union means strength

    Strategic partnership agreements or collaborations between companies, governments can promote economic opportunities for fishers and their communities as for the aquaculture in general.

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    Whether due to a global pandemic, war, or economic instability, there will be always major threats to global food and nutrition security and countries' food systems. Therefore, there is an increasing need to seek an integrated approach to reverse the negative implications on dietary intake and nutritional status.

    Today, we are going to look at how engaging retailers, brands, and food service companies to drive action across their seafood supply chains can reduce the environmental impacts of fishing and fish farming. Besides, protect ocean biodiversity, address social issues in fisheries, and promote economic opportunities for fishers and . . .

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