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Mackerel fisheries unite to start MSC reassessment

Jul 10, 2014

Over 700 mackerel fishing vessels, from ten nations will start MSC reassessment today.

Bay of Biscay sardine fishery enters MSC full assessment

Jul 10, 2014

Sardine fishery follows Cantabrian anchovy fishery in undergoing MSC full assessment

CH&Co becomes first British catering group to receive full Marine Stewardship Council certification

Jul 07, 2014

CH&Co, one of the UK’s leading caterers, has become the first British catering group to receive certification from the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC).

Fisheries update: July 2014

Jul 01, 2014

New fisheries from around the world have been certified to and entered assessment against the MSC standard for sustainability.

MSC to announce new Fisheries Standard in October 2014

Jun 27, 2014

The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) is now in the final two months of a two year review of its fisheries standard

Atlanto-Scandian herring fisheries join forces for MSC assessment

Jun 26, 2014

An international group of Atlanto-Scandian herring fisheries has come together to take their fisheries through the MSC re-certification process.

New supply of sustainable freshwater walleye and northern pike

Jun 24, 2014

First freshwater fishery in Western Hemisphere certified as sustainable

New school food standards ‘a great step for sustainable nutrition’

Jun 17, 2014

New Food Standards for UK schools include a recommendation to source MSC certified seafood.

Partner release: McDonald’s® Canada now serving Marine Stewardship Council certified sustainable fish in its Filet-O-Fish® sandwich

Jun 17, 2014

Company is the first major Canadian quick-service restaurant chain to achieve certification

Cantabrian Sea: First European anchovy fishery enters MSC assessment

Jun 12, 2014

Bay of Biscay anchovy fishery begins evaluation process to MSC standard