New Research Measures Global COVID-19 Seafood Sector Disruptions, Identifies Opportunities
It's no surprise to anyone in the seafood industry that the global pandemic has interrupted supply chains, dampened demand and caused more than just a little bit of chaos in general. A new study by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future in the Bloomberg School of Public Health’s Department of Environmental and Health Engineering has shown to just what extent those disruptions have interrupted the global seafood industry.
“The seafood sector is an important source of employment and nutrition, particularly in low-income ...
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