Nova Scotia seafood exporters, suppliers and processors willnegotiate with buyers and learn about the latest seafoodinnovations and technology at the European Seafood Exposition inBrussels, Belgium, from Tuesday, April 26 to Thursday, April 28. “This event provides a great opportunity for Nova Scotiacompanies to reaffirm relationships with European buyers and toestablish new business markets,” said Chris d’Entremont, Ministerof Agriculture and Fisheries. “The department is increasing itspresence this year with a booth at the Canadian pavilion. Staffwill be promoting Nova Scotia seafood, including haddock, herringand snow crab.” Nova Scotia exported more that $190 million in seafood productsto western and eastern regions of Europe in 2004. Lobster was thehighest exported species, with more than $80 million in productsold. The European Seafood Exposition attracts visitors from 100countries and hosts decision-makers and purchasers who dominatethe seafood industry in Europe and around the world. The showgives industry representatives an opportunity to meet, transact,negotiate and connect with clients both new and old. For moreinformation see the website at www.euroseafood.com .