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Global Aquaculture Alliance Offers Advocate Magazine In Spanish

The Global Aquaculture Alliance is introducing a new Spanish digital version of the Global Aquaculture Advocate, GAA's bimonthly magazine.

May 10, 2012


The Global Aquaculture Alliance is introducing a new Spanish digital version of the Global Aquaculture Advocate, GAA's bimonthly magazine.

"A significant proportion of global aquaculture activities -- including production of shrimp, tilapia, salmon, seabass, sea bream and mollusks - takes place in Spanish-speaking countries," Advocate Editor Darryl Jory said. "This new digital magazine will allow many more producers and others in the aquaculture value chain and related support industries to readily access our content and be better informed about responsible practices, technical advances and other new developments."

The Global Aquaculture Alliance will provide free access to the Spanish translations for every issue of 2012 via the GAA website. The e-magazines will be posted along with the English versions of the Global Aquaculture Advocate. 

The first issue in Spanish - January/February 2012 - is now available. Visit www.gaalliance.org/magazine/archives.php and click the "Ver en Español" button under the cover photo of the January/February Advocate to view the magazine content in an Internet browser, or select "Descargar en Español" to download a copy of the complete magazine in PDF format for reading at your leisure. 

The January/February Advocate is presented in the same visual format and contains the same content and advertisements as the English version. Advertising options are being reviewed for subsequent issues and will be announced soon.

The 2012 production of the Spanish Advocate is sponsored by Alicorp S.A. - Nicovita and the National Renderers Association, two corporate members of the Global Aquaculture Alliance.  

"We greatly appreciate the support of these two organizations, which was the last critical component needed to make this long-planned initiative a reality," Jory said. "We are most grateful for their assistance."

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