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Pink shrimp is Washington’s first state-managed MSC certified sustainable fishery

Oct 08, 2015

Pacific Northwest pink shrimp from Oregon and Washington are now certified as sustainable

Lake Erie fishermen obtain global recognition for sustainable fishing

Oct 08, 2015

Canada welcomes the fourth and largest commercial freshwater fishery in the world with Lake Erie yellow perch and walleye

Large Norwegian fishery again proven sustainable

Oct 08, 2015

Norway’s North East Arctic cod and haddock fishery, the largest of its kind in the world, has been re-certified to the MSC Fisheries Standard.

Casinos of Winnipeg commit to serving sustainable fish

Oct 05, 2015

Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries has received MSC Chain of Custody to serve certified sustainable Manitoba-harvested pickerel.

Montreal restaurant Brit & Chips pioneers sustainable seafood certification

Oct 01, 2015

Montreal-based Brit & Chips is the first independent restaurant in Canada to achieve MSC certification

US Foods named first nationwide foodservice distributor to achieve Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification

Sep 30, 2015

Every US Foods Distribution Center is now certified to the global MSC Standard for sustainable, wild-caught seafood

IKEA makes responsibly produced seafood available to over 600 million customers

Sep 22, 2015

Partner release: Global giant commits to MSC and ASC certified seafood

First Scandinavian hotel chain with MSC label on the menu

Sep 07, 2015

A Japanese spa and conference hotel in Sweden is the first to feature certified sustainable fish and seafood.

Australia's first certified sustainable tuna coming soon

Aug 28, 2015

A family-run fishing business on the Sunshine Coast has become the first Australian tuna fishery to be MSC certified.

Could we soon be wearing sustainable pearls?

Aug 28, 2015

Australia enters world’s first pearl fishery for MSC assessment