Status: plannedExpected audit date: 30/04/2022Type of Audit: surveillance auditCertification Body: London Associati Ltd.Scope: FOS CoC v.5Species: skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis), yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares), bigeye tuna (Thunnus obesus)Read more
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.
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OLVEA Fish Oils has continued to bolster its sustainable industry benchmark for the second time in 11 years by retaining its Friend of the Sea Sustainable Certification, owing to its vigorously displayed and continually expanding sustainable fish oil production. Although fish oils deliver widely documented and profound health benefits in humans, the golden supplement may […]Read more
Dubrovnik Aquarium receives Friend of the Sea sustainable aquaria certification for responsible practices, awareness initiatives and animal welfare01/04/2022
An aquarium can play a crucial role to educate the public on issues related to marine conservation. Experience in nature has been well documented in the literature to explain environmentally friendly behaviour in humans, with intimate marine experiences offered by aquaria permitting these profound, behaviour changing opportunities. At the same time an aquarium has the […]Read more
Status: plannedExpected audit date: 30/04/2022Type of Audit: initialCertification Body: London Associati Ltd.Fishing method: farmingScope: FOS Aqua Shellfish v.3, FOS CoC v.5Species: oyster (Ostrea spp.)Read more
Status: plannedExpected audit date: 30/04/2022Type of Audit: initialCertification Body: London Associati Ltd.Fishing method: farmingScope: FOS – Marine Aquaculture v.2, FOS CoC v.5Species: seabream (Sparus aurata) and seabass (Dicentrarchus labrax)Read more
Aquarium Pula, the largest aquarium in Croatia, obtains Friend of the Sea sustainability certification for its outstanding efforts in marine conservation.30/03/2022
Aquarium experiences provide a unique opportunity for the public, not only as a tangible engagement with marine life, but also to build an emotional attachment to animals, ultimately contributing to wider conservation efforts. By acknowledging this crucial opportunity to build public support, Friend of the Sea initiated the Sustainable Aquaria Certification to recognize aquaria that foster marine […]Read more
Status: plannedExpected audit date: 30/04/2022Type of Audit: initialCertification Body: London Associati Ltd.Scope: FOS CoC – FO FF, FM, FO and O3 v.5Species: Peruvian anchovy (Engraulis ringens)Read more
Status: plannedExpected audit date: 30/04/2022Type of Audit: initialCertification Body: London Associati Ltd.Fishing area: FAO Area 37Fishing method: Purse seineScope: Wild fish v.3.1. – FOS CoC – FO FF, FM, FO and O3 v.5Species: European anchovy (Engraulis encrasicolus), European sardine (Sardinia pilchardus), Pacific mackerel (Scomber japonicus)Read more
Status: plannedExpected audit date: 30/04/2022Type of Audit: initialCertification Body: London Associati Ltd.Fishing area: FAO Area 87Fishing method: Trawl netsScope: Wild fish v.4, FOS CoC – FO FF, FM, FO and O3 v.5Species: Camaron Pomada – Titi Wild Shrimp (Protrachipene Preciua)Read more