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The Blue Food Innovation Summit, scheduled for May 23-24 in London, is two weeks away. This event will highlight the pioneering global innovators who are transforming blue food production while prioritizing the preservation of oceans.

Every day the world is getting bigger and requires more food. This fact has put the food system facing increasing pressure, exacerbated by conflicts and climate change. Hence, within its framework, the Blue Food Summit places blue foods, sustainable aquaculture, and restorative ocean practices at the forefront of the debate.

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To achieve this objective, the two-day event will provide a platform for innovators to present cutting-edge technologies and scalable solutions across the entire value chain. Therefore, people of the industry will have the opportunity for knowledge sharing and networking through interactive panels, discussions, and 1-1 meetings.

As Blue Food Innovation Summit conference producer Ruth McKenzie every action matters. She commented that “The ocean is one of our most precious and invaluable natural resources, generating global food security and protecting our earth in mitigating climate change. We are thrilled to highlight the talented individuals emerging across the blue sector who are pioneering ground-breaking approaches to foster and grow the blue economy.”

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