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Small pelagic fishery goes under the spotlight

Sep 25, 2014

Australia’s small pelagic fishery is going under the microscope to be measured against MSC's standard for sustainable fishing.

Partner Release: Food service first from M&J Seafood makes sustainable seafood choices easy

Sep 24, 2014

M&J Seafood joined forces with the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) and the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) to provide a first for the food service industry.

Portuguese Sardine Fishery update: suspension of MSC certification

Sep 22, 2014

MSC announced the suspension of the Portuguese sardine purse seine fishery after IFC withdrew the certification following the fourth surveillance audit report.

The world’s first MSC-certified babyfood product

Sep 22, 2014

French company Yooji launches its frozen cod portions, prepared solely with cod procured from MSC-certified fisheries.

New reports reveal a turning tide for sustainable seafood

Sep 17, 2014

Reports show how seafood producers, retailers and consumers are helping to deliver improvements to the sustainability of ecosystems, fish stocks and livelihoods

New Zealand’s hake and ling join top 9% of world’s sustainable fisheries

Sep 16, 2014

New Zealand Hake and Ling fisheries become MSC certified. Join top 9% of world's sustainable fisheries.

Iceland Sustainable Fisheries saithe fishery is MSC certified

Sep 12, 2014

The fishery, which lands around 50,000 tonnes of saithe each year has been MSC certified as sustainable.

North Atlantic albacore fishery of Cantabrian fleets enters MSC full assessment

Sep 09, 2014

The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has announced that the North Atlantic albacore fishery of Cantabrian fleets has initiated MSC full assessment

Maine lobster fishery enters assessment for MSC certification

Sep 08, 2014

The Maine Certified Sustainable Lobster Association, Inc., has entered the Gulf of Maine lobster fishery into assessment against the MSC standard.

Sustainable hake fishery brings long term economic and environmental benefits to South Africa

Sep 08, 2014

10 years after it was first MSC certified one of South Africa’s oldest commercial fisheries has proven environmental and economic gains.