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Chain of Custody for supply chain

Help shape the MSC Chain of Custody Program

Businesses: Find a supplier

Businesses: Find suppliers around the world with MSC chain of custody certificates that can supply you with certified sustainable seafood.

Contact the MSC

Find out how to contact the MSC if you have questions on Chain of Custody certification

ASC and MSC chain of custody summary

The MSC is working with the Aquaculture Stewardship Council to provide a chain of custody solution for their certification program

How to Get Certified

Information on Getting Certified, different types of certification, and findng a certifier

Certificate Holder Resources

Information on ecolabel use, sourcing under assessment fish, reporting changes, FAQs, and MSC policy

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MSC Chain of Custody Checklists

Checklists for Chain of Custody, for single sites, multisites, and groups, including translated versions

Get Certified! Guides

MSC Get Certified! guides have been produced to help guide you through certification

Group manager training

Online training is available to help you achieve and maintain Group CoC Certification.

Chain of Custody Standard, Certification Requirements, and Annexes

MSC Chain of Custody Standard, Certification Requirements and Designed versions of the Annexes

Latest news

Wild Canadian Sockeye are here!

Aug 15, 2014

British Columbia Canada’s wonderful natural resource — the Sockeye Salmon return to the Fraser River.

Partner release: Trading places, hands-on student expedition brings MSC certified tuna fisheries closer together

Aug 14, 2014

Two aspiring pole and line fishers from the Maldives journey to WA state to learn how to fish for albacore tuna, in association with IPNLF

First North Atlantic blue whiting enters MSC assessment

Aug 13, 2014

A large group of Dutch, German, French, English, Lithuanian, Danish and Irish pelagic fishers has entered the first blue whiting fishery into MSC assessment.

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