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Prince William Sound Alaska Salmon Proven Sustainable

May 16, 2017

The entirety of the Alaska salmon fishery, now inclusive of the Prince William Sound unit, is again certified to the MSC Fisheries Standard.

First Japanese MSC certified seafood restaurant to open in Tokyo

Apr 28, 2017

Restaurant "BLUE" will be Japan's first independent seafood restaurant to serve Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certified seafood.

MSC and ASC welcome Lidl to discuss the power of partnerships

Apr 26, 2017

The MSC and ASC join leading producers and buyers at the Seafood Futures Forum to discuss how partnerships are driving change and keeping seafood secure.

MSC marks 20th anniversary with release of 2020 strategy

Apr 25, 2017

The MSC sets an ambitious goal of 20% global marine catch certified or engaged by 2020

DNA testing: Is your Friday night takeaway the reel deal?

Apr 21, 2017

Fish and chip shops without an MSC certificate are 5 times more likely to serve the wrong species. But the industry is far ahead of the global average.

Premier Inn sets fish-friendly world record with 3 million portions of sustainable fish and chips

Apr 07, 2017

Whitbread PLC gets MSC certification for over 600 UK sites.

Sustainable Seafood Day 2017 reminds Australians to choose seafood wisely

Mar 31, 2017

Sustainable Seafood Day celebrates commitments made along the seafood supply chain and encourages Australians to choose the blue MSC label when buying seafood.

New project to map octopus fishing in the Western Indian Ocean

Mar 29, 2017

A first of its kind project will provide African fishers with a benchmark for sustainable octopus fishing

First Scandinavian hotel group to offer their guests sustainable seafood

Mar 29, 2017

Norwegian owned Nordic Choice Hotel Group has obtained MSC and ASC for all its hotel restaurants in Norway and Sweden.

Danish Sandeel, Norway Pout and Sprat fishery achieves MSC certification

Mar 27, 2017

New certification verifies that important low trophic fish species are managed sustainably.