What’s The News?
At the beginning of the new year, we shared that Verlasso is committed to becoming an even greener and more sustainable aquaculture company. With this commitment in mind, there are many exciting changes we plan on implementing over the next few years.
One profound change is that we are in the process of working through details in an effort to seed new sites in Region XII of Magallanes.
Verlasso is moving its Chilean salmon farms and has enlisted TV personality Andrew Zimmern to document its sustainable aquaculture initiatives, the firm recently announced.
It’s that time of year again – a time to reflect and look ahead to a new year of possibilities. In that same vein, we recently asked Chef Andrew Zimmern what he’s focusing on in 2019. If you’ve ever seen the popular Travel Channel show Bizarre Foods, then you will know Chef Zimmern. Not only is he a James Beard Award-winning TV personality and chef, but he is also a writer, teacher, and star of Andrew Zimmern’s Driven by Food, The Zimmern List and Food Network’s Big Food Truck Tip.
While many Americans sit down everyday to a delicious and healthy meal, 40 million others in the U.S. struggle with putting food on the table – that’s a staggering 1 in 6 people.
From Thanksgiving to New Years, Americans throw away 25% more trash than any other time of year. That translates to about 6 million additional tons during the holidays. Let’s try to add some eco-friendly alternatives that lead to a zero waste holiday season.
The 3 most inspiring moments that came out of the Monte-Carlo Gala for the Global Oceans.
A guest post from Jamie Mitchell, a ten-time world champion paddle boarder, World Surf League big wave surfer, ocean champion, and sustainable aquaculture advocate.
Cured Salmon is one of those luxurious foods that can easily be made in your own kitchen. A typical curing mixture consists of a little salt, a little sugar and maybe even some fresh herbs BUT we wanted to take it up a few notches!
At the end of the night, Lance was sunning off to a off trail race in Leadville, CO. His parting words to the crowd were “People will watch this film and exclaim, 'Oh my God!' We can’t just let it go up on Surfline and say. ‘Ok, here’s 16 minutes, check it out. This is only the beginning of an important conversation that we have to keep going!”.