Global Seafood Sourcing: A Restaurant Perspective

Global Seafood Sourcing: A Restaurant Perspective PARIS, FRANCE April, April, 2007 2007 ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS Darden Darden Restaurants, Restaurant...
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Global Seafood Sourcing: A Restaurant Perspective PARIS, FRANCE April, April, 2007 2007

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Darden Darden Restaurants, Restaurants, Inc. Inc.

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Darden Darden --- A A Global Global Seafood Seafood Purchaser Purchaser Greenland Greenland

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Germany

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Ukraine

Portugal

United States

Spain

Turkey Malta Malta

Morocco Morocco

Mexico

Tropic of Cancer

Bahamas

Cuba

Tropic of Cancer

Belize JamaicaCuba Honduras Belize Jamaica Guatemala Nicaragua Honduras El Salvador Guatemala El Salvador Costa Rica

Colombia

Equator

Colombia

Ecuador

Cyprus Syria Turkey Lebanon Cyprus Syria Israel Iraq Lebanon Jordan Israel Iraq Kuwait Jordan

Egypt

Libya

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(Occupied by Morocco)

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U.S. U.S. Restaurant Restaurant Growth Growth 935,000 restaurants will hit $536.9 billion in sales in 2007 Restaurant Restaurant Industry Industry Sales Sales (Billions (Billions of of Current Current Dollars) Dollars)

$536.9 $536.9 60% Increase in Last 10 Years

$322.5 $322.5 $199.7 $199.7

$42.8 $42.8 1970 1970

1987 1987

Source: National Restaurant Association 2007 Restaurant Industry Forecast

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1997 1997

2007 2007 Est. Est.

Future Future U.S. U.S. Seafood Seafood Supply Supply To maintain per capita status quo (7.35 kg) will require approximately 400,000 additional metric tons (edible wt.) by 2025 2.6

Millions of MT

2.5

Required Required Production Production

Required Required Supply Supply

2.4

400,000 MT deficit requires an 18% increase in supply

2.3 2.2 2.1

Current Production Current Production Current Supply Current Supply

2.0 1.9 2005

2007

2009

2011

2013

2015

2017

2019

2021

2023

Data from U.S. Census and FAO Assumes constant seafood consumption of 7.35 kg/capita and population growth of 0.9% per annum (US Census)

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2025

Global Global Wild Wild Harvest Harvest Fisheries Fisheries Production Production 100

Millions of MT

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ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS

Darden Darden --- Global Global Aquaculture Aquaculture Purchases Purchases Greenland Greenland

Arctic Circle Arctic Circle

Sweden

Iceland Iceland

Sweden Finland

Norway

Ca n a d a

R u

Finland

Norway

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s s i

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United Kingdom

Ca n a d a

Denmark

United Kingdom

Neth. Denmark

Ireland

Poland

Neth. Germany

Ireland

Belarus

Poland

Belarus Ukraine

Germany

Kazakhstan

Ukraine

United States

Portugal

United States

Spain

Turkey Malta Malta

Morocco Morocco

Mexico

Tropic of Cancer

Bahamas

Cuba

Tropic of Cancer

Belize JamaicaCuba Honduras Belize Jamaica Guatemala Nicaragua Honduras El Salvador Guatemala El Salvador Costa Rica

Venezuela

Equator

Colombia

Ecuador

Cyprus Syria Turkey Lebanon Cyprus Syria Israel Iraq Lebanon Jordan Israel Iraq Kuwait Jordan

Egypt

Libya

Egypt

MauritaniaMali Mali

Equator

Cote Togo d'IvoireGhana Cote

N. Korea Japan

Chad

Qatar Kuwait U.A.E. Qatar U.A.E.

Niger

Eritrea

Chad

Sudan

Yemen

Nigeria

Ethiopia Kenya

d'IvoireGhana Equatorial Guinea

Liberia Sao Tome & Principe

Equatorial Guinea Sao Tome & Principe

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n a

Tropic of Cancer Tropic of Cancer

Laos Burma Laos

India

Philippines

Oman

Vietnam

Philippines

Vietnam

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Somalia

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Mauritius

Namibia

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Chile

n e s i

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Angola

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Sierra Leone Guinea SierraLiberia Leone

Colombia Equator

West ern Sahara

Georgia Armenia Azerb. Georgia Armenia Azerb.

(Occupied by Morocco)

Senegal Gambia Cape Verde Senegal Guinea-Bissau Gambia Guinea Guinea-Bissau

Venezuela

Panama

Libya

Algeria

(Occupied by Morocco)

Cape Verde

Panama Nicaragua

Costa Rica

Algeria

West ern Sahara

Bahamas

Mexico

Mongolia Mongolia

Italy

France

Spain

Portugal

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Italy

France

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Global Global Aquaculture… Aquaculture… Not Not Without Without Controversy Controversy

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Global Global Aquaculture Aquaculture --- Darden Darden Actions Actions

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Seafood Seafood Industry Industry Standards Standards and and Labeling Labeling –– –– ––

Alaska Alaska Quality Quality Seafood Seafood (AQS), (AQS), US US Alter-Trade Alter-Trade Japan, Japan, Japan Japan

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Australian Australian Prawn Prawn Farmers Farmers Association, Association, Australia Australia BioGro, BioGro, New New Zealand Zealand

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Greenland

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Arctic Circle

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Global Global Aquaculture Aquaculture Alliance Alliance (GAA) (GAA) // Aquaculture Aquaculture Certification Certification Council Council (ACC) (ACC) International International Federation Federation of of Organic Organic Agricultural Agricultural Movements Movements (IFOAM) (IFOAM) International International Principles Principles for for Responsible Responsible Shrimp Shrimp Farming Farming International International Standards Standards Organization Organization (ISO) (ISO)

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BioSuisse, BioSuisse, Switzerland Switzerland Blue Blue Angel, Angel, Germany Germany Ca n a d a

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France

Tropic of Cancer

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Guatemala El Salvador

Cape Verde

Senegal Gambia Guinea-Bissau

Nicaragua

Panama

EurepGAP EurepGAP Fundacion Fundacion Chile, Chile, Chile Chile Costa Rica

Guinea Sierra Leone Liberia

Venezuela

Colombia

Ecuador

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Japan

Marine Marine Stewardship Stewardship Council Council (MSC) (MSC) Naturland, Naturland, Germany Germany C h i

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Nigeria

Egypt

Saudi Arabia

Tropic of Cancer

Laos

Eritrea

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Organic Organic Food Food Federation, Federation, UK UK Safe Safe Quality Quality Food Food (SQF) (SQF) // Salmon Salmon of of the the Americas Americas (SOTA) (SOTA) Farmed Farmed Salmon Salmon Cert. Cert. Shrimp Shrimp Seal Seal of of Quality Quality (SSOQ), (SSOQ), Bangladesh Bangladesh Sudan

Vietnam

Dijbouti

Ethiopia

Somalia

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India

Oman

Chad

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B r a z i l

Bolivia

Tropic of Capricorn

Chile

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Angola

Food Food Certification Certification Scotland Scotland (FCS), (FCS), UK UK Freedom Freedom Food Food // Royal Royal Society Society for for the the Prevention Prevention of of Cruelty Cruelty to to Animals, Animals, UK UK Friend Friend of of the the Sea, Sea, Earth Earth Island Island Institute Institute Project Project Argentina

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Niger

Peru

Tropic of Capricorn

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Malta

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Cyprus Syria Lebanon Israel Jordan

Kuwait

Equatorial Guinea Sao Tome & Principe

Equator

Equator

Togo Cote d'IvoireGhana

N. Korea

Turkey

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Mongolia

Georgia Armenia Azerb.

Libya

(Occupied by Morocco)

Mauritania

Belize Jamaica Honduras

Belarus

Kazakhstan

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Western Sahara

Bahamas

Mexico

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Italy

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Dolphin Dolphin Safe, Safe, Earth Earth Island Island Institute, Institute, US US Environmental Environmental Justice Justice Foundation Foundation (EJF) (EJF)

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KRAV KRAV KRAV, KRAV, Sweden Sweden Label Label Rouge, Rouge, France France

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Spain

Portugal

United States

Poland

Germany

Carrefour Carrefour Quality Quality Line Line (CQL) (CQL) Shrimp Shrimp Dolphin Dolphin Safe, Safe, Department Department of of Commerce, Commerce, US US Cuba

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United Kingdom

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Mauritius

Tropic of Capricorn

Swaziland Lesotho

Madagascar

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Soil Soil Association, Association, UK UK Tartan Tartan Quality Quality Mark Mark (TQM), (TQM), Scotland Scotland

South Africa

New Zealand

Thai Thai Quality Quality Shrimp, Shrimp, Thailand Thailand Wild Wild American American Shrimp, Shrimp, US US 0

ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS

Somoa

Vanuatu

Namibia

1000 Km

Tonga

Summary Summary of of Global Global Challenges Challenges z z Sustainable management of wild capture resources globally z z Sustainable and responsible aquaculture z z Products are processed in developing nations to buyer’s health

and food safety requirements z z Proliferation of standards and labels

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Summary Summary of of Global Global Opportunities Opportunities z z US market for seafood will grow z z Supply of growth in US market will be

from global sources z z Sustainable aquaculture will be required z z Biological Biological fishery fishery science science will will advance

with greater industry support z z Africa has the opportunity to

become a major source of aquacultured products z z Market-driven labeling schemes

will be harmonized benefiting intermediary and consumer purchasers ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS

“Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect.” ~ Chief Seattle (c. (c. 1786-1866) 1786-1866)

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