Chile is recognized for having one of the richest and most productive marine ecosystems in the world, due in part to an extensive coastline of more than eight thousand kilometers, dominated by the Humboldt Current, which generates different ecosystems that give purity, freshness and flavour to its rich seafood variety. This allows the country to have a solid industry and a diverse portfolio of seafood products that have been exported and enjoyed by global consumers for several decades. This is due to strong investment from national and international companies and the efforts of thousands of people. Chilean fishing and aquaculture are strongly linked to the territories and their communities, as it is a relevant economic engine and synonymous with development. Its production processes that strict quality standards, creating a portfolio that guarantees safety to millions of consumers around the world.