Scheduled events include sustainability lectures, self-regulation workshops, and an underwater tour with a marine biologist.
Fish oil manufacturers, and all others interested in the omega-3 category, can now register for next year’s GOED Exchange, hosted by the Global Organization for EPA and DHA Omega-3 (GOED). The event is scheduled to take place on February 4–6 in GOED’s hometown of Salt Lake City.
GOED’s mission is to promote the omega-3 ingredients category through public education and government interaction. Its annual conference will showcase much of GOED’s own work and recent findings, but the GOED Exchange is also an important platform for discussions with business, government, and non-profit experts on the state of the omega-3 industry and the ecosystems it affects.
Featured events for GOED Exchange 2014 include an underwater tour with marine biologist David Guggenheim; an education sessions on self-regulation for omega-3 businesses; and a sustainability lecture featuring Andy Sharpless, CEO of Oceana, the world’s largest non-profit devoted solely to ocean conservation. Workshops on obtaining eco certifications and understanding the latest stability testing methods should also prove useful to many attendees.
Check out the full schedule for GOED Exchange at the link above. Discounts are available for GOED members.