Demand for traceable, sustainably caught seafood is increasing around the world. Choosing MSC Chain of Custody certification offers buyer and customer assurance
An overview of the key stages to MSC Chain of Custody certification.
What your business needs to know and do after certification to the MSC Chain of Custody Standard.
The MSC Chain of Custody Standard reassures buyers and makes sure that the ecolabel is only displayed on sustainable seafood from an MSC certified fishery.
Summary of changes to the MSC Chain of Custody Standard for seafood traceability, reviewed and revised in 2014-2015.
Show your customers that your fish comes from a certified sustainable source by using the MSC ecolabel on packaging, menus or marketing materials.
Printable introductory guides outlining the MSC Chain of Custody Standard and its benefits for different types of organisations.
Aug 28, 2015
A family-run fishing business on the Sunshine Coast has become the first Australian tuna fishery to be MSC certified.
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.