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- 1401)Barents Sea Norwegian Shrimp fleet gets FoS recognition for State of the Art Conservation Measures
- 1402)Super Friend of the Sea Farmed Cod
- 1403)Squid and cuttlefish from Vietnamese basket-shaped small boats certified FoS
- 1404)Wild-caught shrimps from Madagascar certified Friend of the Sea
- 1405)FoS certified tropical shrimps available on the German and European market
- 1406)Clean Seas farmed Kingfish and Mulloway get FoS recognition as the certification scheme expands to Australia.
- 1407)FoS refuses to certify as sustainable the Namibian and South African Hake Trawl fisheries.
- 1408)European leader in Caviar production from Farmed Sturgeon is certified FoS
- 1409)FoS Award 2008 to Sustainable Tuna Champions, at Infofish Conference
- 1410)Greenpeace: Hoki, Pollock and Patagonian Toothfish (available also as MSC certified) redlisted and off the shelves asap.
- 1411)European canned seafood market leader Jealsa gets FoS certification for mackerel and sardines
- 1412)Albion Fisheries goes Friend of the Sea for BC Salmon
- 1413)Mackerel and Sardines from Morocco sustainable fisheries get FoS recognition
- 1414)FoS certified farmed Halibut out on EU and US shelves
- 1415)Swiss retailer Manor joins FoS sustainable seafood scheme and takes threatened marine species off its shelves
- 1416)Sustainable Tuna, Mackerel and Sardines out on the Shelves
- 1417)Canadian BC salmon fishery is Friend of the Sea.
- 1418)Tropical prawns from Indonesia caught with artisanal trammel nets obtain FoS certification
- 1419)Rainbow trout from main producer in Northern Italy certified sustainable
- 1420)FoS distances itself from WWFs MSC ‘Everything else stinks’ campaign
- 1421)Stolt Sea Farm, world leader of farmed turbot, certified FoS
- 1422)Seafood Carbon Footprint Calculator allows Industry and Retailers to Offset their CO2
- 1423)Is your fishmeal or fishoil sustainable? Check it now with FoS and let your customers know!
- 1424)Omega Protein qualifies for Friend of the Sea Certification
- 1425)Redlisted and overexploited North Atlantic cod and haddock fisheries do not pass FoS assessment.
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