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Iceland North East Atlantic Blue Whiting fishery receives MSC certification

Jan 18, 2018

All Icelandic pelagic catch is now MSC certified as sustainable, and 90% of all catch from Iceland MSC certified.

Japan’s pole-and-line tuna fishery enters MSC assessment

Dec 19, 2017

Ishihara Marine Products' long established traditional tuna fisheries aim to be certified as sustainable

First brown shrimp fishery achieves MSC certificate for sustainability

Dec 13, 2017

The North Sea brown shrimp fishery (Crangon crangon) — operating in Germany, Denmark and the Netherlands — has achieved MSC certification.

Simpson’s Stroud takeaway 100th in UK to earn ‘blue fish’ label for sustainability

Nov 30, 2017

The rise of the sustainable chippie is marked by Simpson's in Stroud

Win for MSC certified tuna in Dutch Advertising case

Nov 30, 2017

Princes tuna in full compliance with Dutch Advertising Code, says The College van Beroep (Appeals Chamber).

ASC and MSC release joint seaweed standard

Nov 22, 2017

Building on each other’s expertise, ASC and MSC have worked together to develop a standard for environmentally sustainable and socially responsible seaweed.

Fish lovers come together to celebrate World Fisheries Day in Auckland, NZ

Nov 21, 2017

Green Drinks event open to community with panel and discussion on sustainable fishing

GFresh launches sustainable seafood program with MSC

Nov 01, 2017

Gfresh, China’s largest B2B online seafood marketplace has launched a sustainable seafood program with a commitment to source MSC labelled produce.

First Chinese independent restaurant achieves MSC Certification

Nov 01, 2017

Amy’s Choice has become the first MSC certified independent restaurant in China.

Iceland’s mackerel fishery gains MSC certification

Oct 31, 2017

Iceland’s mackerel fishery has achieved MSC certification as a sustainable