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Sustainable seafood at 2016 OlympicsWorld Fishing | 04 Dec 2013
The Rio 2016 Organising Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games has announced an agreement to promote Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) and Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) certified seafood at the 2016 Rio Games.
MSC for Barents Sea fisheryWorld Fishing | 02 Dec 2013
Spanish association of cod fishing ship owners, Agarba, has been awarded a Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification for its Barents Sea cod fishing operations.
Chilean rock lobster fishery enters MSC assessmentWorld Fishing | 27 Nov 2013
The Chilean Juan Fernández rock lobster fishery (Jasus frontalis) has entered into independent, third party assessment in the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification programme.
MSC first for EstoniaWorld Fishing | 27 Nov 2013
After a year-long scientific assessment the Estonian prawn fishery has achieved Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification, making it the first Estonian fishery to become MSC certified.
First Polish fishery enters assessmentWorld Fishing | 21 Nov 2013
The Eastern Baltic cod fishery has become the first fishery from Poland to enter into assessment against the MSC standard for well-managed and sustainable fisheries.
Responsible sourcing of fishmeal and oilWorld Fishing | 20 Nov 2013
The global certifiers have joined together to identify common requirements for sourcing fishmeal and oil (FMFO) to improve sustainable global aquaculture practices.
MSC skipjack in EuropeWorld Fishing | 19 Nov 2013
The first Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certified canned skipjack tuna from the Central and Western Pacific oceans will soon be available in Europe.
Catfish processor BAP certifiedWorld Fishing | 19 Nov 2013
The United States' largest catfish farming and processing company, Heartland Catfish Co., has attained Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) certification for its Mississippi processing plant.
Buying cod with a clear conscienceWorld Fishing | 14 Nov 2013
Seafish is challenging new advice from the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) which advises consumers to avoid eating North Sea cod because it should still be on the fish to avoid list.
Alaska salmon fishery re-certifiedWorld Fishing | 13 Nov 2013
The Alaska salmon fishery has earned MSC re-certification after a third party assessment by Intertek Moody Marine (IMM) determined that it meets the standards of a sustainable and well managed fishery.
First mussel farm BAP certifiedWorld Fishing | 01 Nov 2013
Atlantic Aqua Farms, based in Prince Edward Island, Canada, has become the world's first mussel farm to receive Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) certification since the completion of the mussel farm standards in August.
Blue mussels certifiedWorld Fishing | 30 Oct 2013
Blue mussels caught by the Niedersächsische Muschelfischer GbR in the Wadden Sea of Lower Saxony have been MSC certified.
EWOS feed mill BAP certifiedWorld Fishing | 29 Oct 2013
Mainstream Canada and Skuna Bay Vancouver Island Craft Raised Salmon can now offer three-star salmon, following the Best Aquaculture Practices certification of their exclusive feed provider, EWOS Canada.
Faroese queen scallop fishery certifiedWorld Fishing | 22 Oct 2013
Following a five year effort and 14 month assessment, queen scallops from the Faroe Islands have been awarded Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification.
PEI lobster goes for MSCWorld Fishing | 11 Oct 2013
Canada's Prince Edward Island (PEI) lobster fishery is to be assessed against the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification programme by an independent, third party.
Sustainable Scottish saitheWorld Fishing | 10 Oct 2013
The Scottish Fisheries Sustainable Accreditation Group (SFSAG) saithe fishery has received Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification.