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First Squid Fishery in the World Certified as Sustainable

May 23, 2018

The U.S. Longfin Inshore Squid fishery in the Northwest Atlantic is the first squid fishery in the world to achieve MSC certification as a sustainable.

Sustainable Seafood at Spotlight of Dartmouth Dinner

May 17, 2018

MSC Certified Sustainable Haddock on Menu. Dartmouth College students can breathe easy knowing they’re eating haddock sourced in an environmentally responsible

New Zealanders Choose Sustainable Seafood For Future Generations

May 14, 2018

New Zealand Celebrates First Sustainable Seafood Day

South Australian Sardine Fishery Enters MSC Full Assessment for Sustainability

Apr 19, 2018

The South Australian Sardine Fishery announces it will enter full assessment to the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Standard for Sustainable Fishing

Aldi swims ahead of British supermarkets in sustainable seafood

Apr 18, 2018

Aldi has the largest proportion of MSC certified sustainable seafood products, as all UK supermarkets are selling more sustainable seafood than ever before

MSC to bring NGOs and industry together at Seafood Expo Global

Apr 11, 2018

The MSC will address more than 400 delegates at the annual Seafood Futures Forum during Seafood Expo Global 2018 in Brussels.

MSC labelled Aker Biomarine krill products are from a sustainable and well-managed fishery

Mar 27, 2018

Fishery performance against MSC Standard remains excellent

MSC certificate suspended for Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence snow crab fishery

Mar 20, 2018

The MSC certificate for the Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence (SGOSL) snow crab trap fishery in Canada has been suspended today by certifier SAI Global (SAIG).

Professor Michel Kaiser to join MSC as Science & Standards Director

Mar 20, 2018

Prof. Kaiser, Professor of Marine Conservation Ecology at the School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor University will be the new MSC Science and Standards Director

Independent Adjudicator backs PNA tuna fishery recertification decision

Feb 28, 2018

24 challenges to individual scoring issues dismissed