Enjoy the seafood you love, today, tomorrow and always.

We're on a mission to end overfishing. Ensure future generations can enjoy the wild seafood we love by choosing certified sustainable seafood with the blue fish label.

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Ocean lives

Fishing is more than just a job, it forms the backbone of many communities. Read about passionate people bringing sustainable seafood to your plate and download our small-scale fisheries report.

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Join our Seafood Futures Forum 2020

Each year we bring seafood producers, suppliers, retailers and NGOs together for an engaging discussion to create action for the future of sustainable seafood. This year we will focus on the seafood industry's response to rising concern for our oceans and shifting seafood consumption.

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Our Standards

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Developing our Standards

We review our Standards because management practices and scientific understanding evolve. You can raise an issue or get involved in their development.

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Engage with a fishery assessment

Many people contribute to a fishery assessment, your contribution is valuable and will lead to a better assessment of that fishery.

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The Fisheries Standard Review

Every five years we initiate a review of our Fisheries Standard, addressing issues raised and incorporating new science and management best practice.

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We're in this together

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Sustainable recipes

Chefs and seafood lovers from around the world share quick and tasty ways of cooking MSC certified seafood.

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Pathway to sustainability

The MSC is working with NGOs, governments, retailers and funders around the world to create a pathway to sustainability for small-scale fisheries and fisheries in developing countries.

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The MSC and the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Data from the MSC is used by the UN Environment Programme to track progress towards international goals to end overfishing and protect biodiversity.

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Meet the Wild Ones

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