COVID Impacted Industry Strongly Embraces New GDST Standards
March 25, 2021 – During this webinar, diverse seafood industry representatives tell their stories about how the GDST standards are already changing the way they do business, and why they are excited to see the standards widely implemented across the sector. Companies – including leading vendors of traceability services – are even seeing advantages when their competitors sign onto the GDST. After just one year, it is clear that the GDST standards are poised to have a long-lasting and deep impact on how seafood is bought and sold.
GDST session during the Tokyo Sustainable Seafood Symposium
November 9, 2020 – The GDST participated in a virtual session during the Tokyo Sustainable Seafood Symposium to discuss the industry-led global standards for interoperable seafood traceability, officially known as GDST 1.0. Panelist members included WWF-Japan, JCCU, Ajinomoto, Culinary Collaborations LLC, and METRO AG.
GDST session during the World Economic Forum’s Virtual Ocean Dialogues
June 3, 2020 – The GDST hosted a virtual session during the World Economic Forum’s Virtual Ocean Dialogues to discuss how innovative technologies and the new GDST standards directly support company commitments to responsible sourcing and address key issues in the seafood industry.
GDST 1.0 Launch Webinar
March 16, 2020 – This is the webinar of the formal launch of the GDST 1.0 Standards and Guidelines for Interoperable Seafood Traceability Systems.
GDST 1.0 Introductory Webinar
March 5, 2020 – Traci Linder, of the GDST Secretariat, recently hosted an informational webinar to provide a brief overview of the GDST processes and introduce the new GDST 1.0 Standards and Guidelines for interoperable seafood traceability.
DAG Update Webinar
May 28, 2019 – A webinar recording is available upon request that provides an update on the work of the Global Dialogue on Seafood Traceability. Originally recorded on Tuesday, 28 May 2019 for DAG members, it highlights the seafood industry’s activity to align around a basic universal list of key data elements for wild-caught and aquaculture products. It also discusses the methodology for interoperable seafood traceability being developed by the Dialogue.
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