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Seafood Expo

Everything You Need to Know About Seafood Expo

Seafood Expo is a trade fair focusing on the fishing industry. It provides an opportunity for seafood producers, processors, distributors, and retailers to showcase their products and services, and for buyers to discover new suppliers and products, with a focus on innovation and technology.

Who attends Seafood Expo?

La Fira Barcelona is designed as an event exclusively for professionals and companies in the industrial and technological sectors. Therefore, attendance is primarily aimed at:

Producers

Fishermen

Distributors

The expo typically features a wide variety of seafood products, including fresh fish, frozen seafood, and value-added seafood products.

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Attendees include wholesalers, importers, exporters, processors, manufacturers, and distributors

Professionals from over 150 countries gather at the event, ranging from owners, purchasing executives, directors, managers, private buyers, retail buyers, foodservice professionals, and others.

Attendees come to meet existing suppliers, discover new products, and network with other industry professionals.

It is the largest event on the planet for fish and seafood. After 27 years in Brussels, the expo moved its future editions to the Gran Vía venue at Fira de Barcelona, ​​where it has attracted more than 2,000 exhibiting companies from over 158 countries.

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Excellence permeates every corner of the exhibition, showcasing the latest solutions and trends in the fishing industry developed to address macro characteristics such as sustainability, climate, health, and valid consumption trends such as ease of use and flavor evolution.

Seafood Expo events are held in various locations around the world, including North America, Europe, and Asia. In addition to the rich array of products on display, events typically include exhibits, educational seminars, and networking opportunities. Shows are generally targeted at seafood industry professionals, but some may also be open to the general public.