Davos Agenda 2022

How sustainable aquaculture can help meet the growing demand for blue food

As demand for blue food increases, so does the need for a sustainable and fair food system. Image: Unsplash.

Jim Leape

Core Team, Blue Food Assessment; Member of Friends of Ocean Action; Co-Director, Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions

Hugh Welsh

General Counsel, Secretary & President, DSM North America

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Nutrient diversity of aquatic animal-source foods in relation to terrestrial animal-source foods. Aquatic (blue) and terrestrial (green) food richness assessed as a ratio of concentrations of each nutrient per 100 grams to the daily recommended nutrient intake. Each shaded box represents the median value of each nutrient in muscle tissue across all species within each taxonomic group. Source: Golden et al. 2021.
Nutrient diversity of aquatic animal-source foods in relation to terrestrial animal-source foods. Aquatic (blue) and terrestrial (green) food richness assessed as a ratio of concentrations of each nutrient per 100 grams to the daily recommended nutrient intake. Each shaded box represents the median value of each nutrient in muscle tissue across all species within each taxonomic group. Source: Golden et al. 2021.

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