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Decreasing Seafood Waste-The Chronicle Herald

Sedna Technologies is a fisheries technology firm that monitors seafood “from catch to plate” to help companies pinpoint where losses and mortality occurs. Sheamus MacDonald is a partner in the business, which is based out of the COVE building in Dartmouth. (ERIC WYNNE/ THE CHRONICLE HERALD) A pair of young Nova Scotia-based entrepreneurs hope their […]

Do You Export Seafood To The US?

Seafood and Traceability Do you export or import in the US? Are you a Canadian seafood producer? This is for you. Seafood traceability is becoming a more important each day within the commercial fishing sector and seafood supply chains. With heightened attention on illegal fishing and mislabelling of seafood it is becoming more apparent that […]

Mentioned in the Financial Post!

From catch to kitchen: Entrepreneurs reel in data on seafood supply chain Product mislabelling, underweighting and greenwashing in trouble as startups add focused tech to stewardship On any given day you might find Robert Kirstiuk at the docks on the west coast, visiting with fish harvesters to check out their catch of the day. Kirstiuk […]

Bio-Enterprise Article

We are grateful for our partnerships we have formed as a young and growing company. Here is an article recently written by our partners at bio-enterprise. Follow that lobster! Sedna Technologies’ tracking system ensures quality across the seafood supply chain. Today, more Asian and European diners than ever are sitting down to Canadian lobster. But […]

Increase Seafood Revenues

Why Traceability?

Why traceability? Sedna is a robust ecosystem that encompasses what the seafood supply chain desires. A traceability system that is not only end consumer facing, but holds each link in the supply chain accountable for their actions. Beginning with harvesters, which Sedna believes is the backbone of the industry, each harvester or farm is accountable […]


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