In the 2021 Scovie Awards Competition, 80.159% of the companies entering won at least one award! We are inviting you to compete in the 2022 Scovie Awards Competition.
Denise Herrera of Red Heat Tavern represented the state of Massachusetts and brought back the win from the Great American Seafood Cook-Off in New Orleans on Saturday, August 7, 2021.
The 2022 Scovie Award deadline is August 28. That’s right around the corner! Not only do we at Seafood Harvest produce our site, we also produce the Scovies.
City Pier Seafood is taking the seafood delivery sector by storm with the introduction of their newest, interactive program – Kitch’n Kidz.
Kuleana is the producer of the world’s most innovative plant-based tuna. The next-generation seafood company announced a new agreement, securing its national availability.
AquaBounty Technologies announced Pioneer, Ohio as the location for its planned large-scale farm for the Company’s proprietary genetically engineered salmon.
Amid the COVID-19 crisis, the global market for aquaculture estimated at US$113.2 Billion in the year 2020, is projected to reach a revised size of US$138.7 billion by 2027
If you’re a first, second, or third place category winner for the Scovie Awards, you will receive not just your banner, but also benefits at the Fiery Foods Show.
Earth Ocean Farms, with the support of the federal and local governments, released 20,000 juvenile Totoaba, raised through sustainable aquaculture practices.
XPRIZE announced the 28 semifinalist teams moving forward in XPRIZE Feed the Next Billion and seafood maker BlueNalu is among them.