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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

Adjudicator asks Acoura for further clarity on its determination to certify Echebastar’s tuna fishery

Aug 24, 2015

The independent adjudicator for the Echebastar assessment requires Acoura to review their determination.

Antarctic krill fishery achieves MSC certification

Aug 20, 2015

Following a rigorous, third-party assessment of its sustainability, the Olympic Seafood Antarctic krill fishery's products can now carry the blue MSC ecolabel.

MSC piloting innovative seafood traceability tool

Aug 17, 2015

The MSC pilots a new traceability tool - MSC Online Transaction Solution for added supply chain integrity in over 60 countries.

York and Helmsley locals served sustainable fish and chips

Aug 07, 2015

The award-winning chippie is now MSC certified in both of its branches.

Is this the world’s most sustainable fish and chip shop?

Aug 07, 2015

Plymouth’s Kingfisher Fish and Chips has more MSC certified sustainable choices on its menu than any other fish and chip shop or restaurant in the world.

School Food Standards prompt 18% increase in UK schools serving sustainable fish

Jul 30, 2015

One in six UK primary schools are now serving MSC certified sustainable fish to students.

MSC launches Global Fisheries Sustainability Fund

Jul 14, 2015

The MSC has launched a new global fund for supporting fishery science research and projects.

Fisheries update: July 2015

Jul 13, 2015

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