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Cargill executive joins Northwest Aquaculture Alliance board
October 12, 2022 By Hatchery International staff
Cargill’s North America commercial director is the latest industry executive to join the Northwest Aquaculture Alliance (NWAA) board of directors.
Sebastian Perversi is a 19-year veteran at the animal nutrition company and has joined the industry alliance group to “build a strong community of aquaculture advocates.
“Sebastian Perversi brings to NWAA a deep understanding of the role that feeds play in the growth of aquaculture worldwide,” said Jim Parsons, NWAA President. Parsons, who is also CEO of Jamestown Seafood, said he and the other NWAA board members look forward to working with Perversi at a time when aquaculture is undergoing rapid growth and acceptance, and the feed sector is leading the way with innovative products to make the production of aquatic foods increasingly nutritious and sustainable.
The NWAA represents the aquaculture industry in the Pacific region of the United States, including Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, British Columbia, and Alaska.
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