Croatia’s largest sea-salt producer, Solana Pag has obtained the globally recognised Friend of the Sea Certification, for its varied salt product range. The production of salt by Solana Pag is based on a thousand-year tradition on the island of Pag in Croatia. In the year 1980, a production facility was constructed; increasing capacity and reducing the impact […]Read more
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Nice Dive & Trips launches exclusive travel to Madagascar: Explore Nosy Be and save Endangered Lemurs.27/06/2023
Premier tour agency based in Vienna, Austria, NiCe Dive & Trips GmbH has launched an exclusive travel to the captivating archipelago of Nosy Be, Madagascar from the 25th of September to the 4th of October 2023. The tour is in support of the World Sustainability Foundation’s conservation project aimed at saving endangered Lemurs. Nosy Be is Madagascar’s […]Read more
Solutex, the world’s leading manufacturer and supplier of highly concentrated omega-3 EPA/DHA fatty acids, has renewed its Friend of the Sea® certification for the fourth time; initially obtaining it in 2017. The leading global firm produces highly concentrated omega-3 EPA/DHA fatty acids for the Nutraceuticals, pharma, and cosmetic industries. Since its inception in 2004, Solutex has […]Read more
World Sea Turtle Day is observed on June 16th annually, this year Friend of the Sea and the World Sustainability Foundation give you a window into the world of the fascinating Green Sea Turtle. Come along, while we discover the largest sea turtle species belonging to the Chelonidae family, and the only living species in the genus Chelonia. […]Read more
Global Sustainable Fishing Company – Pevasa Group, has renewed its Friend of the Sea Sustainable Fishing Certification initially obtained in the year 2009. For 60 years, Pevasa has been dedicated to the extraction and supply of tropical tunas of the highest quality to the global canning and food industry. Pevasa Group supplies sustainably sourced frozen whole tuna, […]Read more
To observe International Oceans Day on June 8, Friend of the Sea® takes you deep underwater, revealing interesting and unknown facts about coral reefs; a precious yet endangered ecosystem found on the seabed. Coral reefs are biodiversity treasures, distributed in intertropical areas where water temperatures are high enough for their existence. Consisting of […]Read more
The future of aquaculture for the health of people and planet Is the future of aquaculture on land? According to the largest global onshore aquaculture company in the world – Atlantic Sapphire, the answer is yes. With a dedication to sustainable, ocean-safe seafood, the US-based company seeks to bring that vision to life though […]Read more
On the island of Pellestrina, a strip of land in the Venetian Lagoon between Lido and Chioggia, Andrea Vianello, along with two other partners, has been running the agricultural company Mareblu since 2014. Their specialty? The Mytilus galloprovincialis mussel, not only because it is the typical mussel of Pellestrina but also because it has recently […]Read more