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The Newfoundland Aquaculture Industry Association represents the interests of aquaculturists in Newfoundland & Labrador. It is a member based non-profit organization with a mandate to facilitate and promote commercial development of aquaculture. The aquaculture industry in Newfoundland and Labrador is changing rapidly, and growing steadily.

There is cause for excitement because of the opportunity this industry represents for our Province, especially as a means to support rural economic renewal.

There are currently four species farmed sustainably in Newfoundland and Labrador: Blue mussels, Atlantic salmon, Steelhead trout and Atlantic cod. Our sites employ the latest technologies from around the world and our companies are committed to a culture of innovation and continuous improvement. NAIA works closely with the many community, regional and national development and regulatory agencies to foster an atmosphere of positive growth of the aquaculture industry for all residences of this province. We are honoured to have this opportunity on behalf of our members, and our Province.

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Fresh Seafood Message:

Please click on the PLAY button below to listen to our 2013 farmed fresh seafood message:

Fact Sheet on ISA:

Infectious Salmon Anemia (ISA) is a serious but manageable virus that occurs in nature and can also affect salmon farms.
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Educational Resources

New educational resources are now available on our website.
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Certified Organic:

Newfoundland Blue Mussels are the first to be certified organic in North America.
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Cold Harvest 2017:

NAIA’s 24th Annual Conference and Trade Show
"Cold Harvest 2017"
September 26th – 28th
Hotel Gander in Gander, NL, Canada
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We're online!! Check out the video of Chef Watson preparing a delicious dish with our lovely organic blue mussels.
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