Sustainable seafood news
The Sustainable Seafood Movement is an initiative born as a result of overexploited and destroyed marine ecosystems throughout the world. Awareness campaigns are vital and should focus on educating people and encouraging them to purchase sustainable seafood products that consider the conservation of marine species.
Seafood buyers are increasingly searching for ways to choose only products that are sourced from well-managed capture fisheries or aquaculture production facilities and to understand and reduce the environmental risks related to their seafood purchasing choices.
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We regularly update this page to cover all aspects of seafood news, including up to date information about the seafood trade and all the latest insights from the seafood industry. You can also what’s going on in the seafood market and access current information about the retail sector with seafood supermarket news.
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The scheme follows FAO Guidelines to promote artisanal lower impact fisheries and their products on international marketsRead more
French market leader Gel-Pêche obtains product certification for sustainable fishery originRead more
Market Leader Ristic AG and its Costa Rica processor Rainbow Export Processing S.A. obtain the international sustainability certificationRead more
Clean Seas farmed Kingfish and Mulloway get FoS recognition as the certification scheme expands to Australia.10/07/2008
Two commercially important species - Kingfish (Seriola lalandi) and Mulloway (Argyrosomus hololepidotus) - have been recently added to the widening Friend of the Sea sustainable seafood range.Read more
Overexploitation, seabed impact and by-catch of red-listed sharks and skates, make the fisheries not compliant with Friend of the Sea sustainability standards.Read more
Agroittica Lombarda obtains recognition for its environmentally sustainable production ...Read more
Hagen Stehr of Clean Seas and Vito Gulli of Generale Conserve win the first edition of the sustainable seafood awardRead more
Where does your fish meal or fish feed come from?Read more
Friend of the Sea provides Carbon Offset solution to the Seafood and Aquaculture IndustryRead more