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Marine Stewardship Council ranks among top ecolabels in the Netherlands

Oct 18, 2016

The MSC label is one of the best in the Netherlands, according to Dutch Authorities.

Australian consumers prefer sustainable seafood

Oct 13, 2016

Australian consumers are increasingly preferring sustainably sourced - new research reveals.

New report shows accelerated growth in the sustainable seafood supply chain

Oct 12, 2016

MSC certified catch has increased by 6% since 2014-15, while the MSC certified supply chain has climbed 16% reveals Annual Report.

John West Australia wins prestigious sustainability award

Oct 10, 2016

Company’s campaign on sustainable tuna is adjudged best engagement campaign of 2016

Marine Stewardship Council appoints Eric Critchlow as new U.S. Program Director

Aug 19, 2016

MSC has appointed Eric Critchlow as the new U.S. Program Director. Eric will be based in the MSC US headquarters in Seattle.

Eat like an Olympian and support sustainable fishing

Aug 05, 2016

Olympic athletes are being treated to 100% certified sustainable Icelandic cod thanks, in part, to the extraordinary efforts of Iceland's fishermen.

Chinese retailers support MSC Sustainable Seafood Week

Aug 05, 2016

On 6th August the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) will launch its third Sustainable Seafood Week in China.

Rio 2016 serves up responsibly sourced seafood

Jul 30, 2016

More than 350,000 portions of sustainably and responsibly sourced seafood will be served at the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

MSC to seek stakeholder input on enhanced requirements for labour practices

Jul 20, 2016

The MSC will be consulting stakeholders on enhanced requirements for labour practices.

Mediterranean fisheries selected for sustainability audit

Jul 19, 2016

WWF together with the MSC announced today the fourteen Mediterranean fisheries that are selected to undergo pre-assessment as part of Project Medfish.