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Fisheries and seafood businesses can get certified to the MSC standards to show that they support sustainable fishing and gain access to the growing market. Find out how.

Use the MSC ecolabel

The blue MSC ecolabel communicates sustainability to your customers. Get a license to display it on your seafood products or marketing materials.

Find a certifier

Find certifiers around the world accredited to carry out assessments against the MSC standards for fisheries or Chain of Custody.

Become a certifier

If you are a certifier find out how to get independently accredited to carry out assessments against the MSC standards.

Fisheries: Get certified!

Reap the benefits of proving that your fishery is sustainable and well managed.

Supply chain businesses: Get certified!

Show commitment to sustainable seafood to your customers - get certified and use the MSC ecolabel.

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Get certified! Restaurants

Show customers how seriously you take sustainable seafood sourcing by using the MSC ecolabel on menus in your restaurant.

Eligible fisheries

Find out which fisheries are eligible to be assessed against the MSC environmental standard for sustainable fishing.

Fishers' stories

Does MSC certification make a difference? See what MSC certified sustainable fisheries have to say...

Latest news

Industry update: MSC to develop sustainable seaweed standard

Apr 11, 2014

The MSC is expanding its sustainability standard beyond wild-capture fish and invertebrate fisheries for the first time.

Gaspésie lobster fishery enters into MSC assessment in Canada

Apr 10, 2014

The Gaspésie lobster fishery has entered into independent, third-party assessment against the global, science-based MSC certification program.

First MSC European hake certification awarded to Galicia's Grupo Regal

Apr 03, 2014

Grupo Regal line-caught hake fishery has been certified to the MSC standard for sustainable, well-managed fisheries following an indepente full assessment.

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