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New Zealand orange roughy fishery certified as sustainable

Dec 08, 2016

Around 60% of the total catch of New Zealand’s orange roughy has achieved MSC certification for sustainable fishing practices.

First Ever MSC Certified Sustainable Canned Tuna Launched in New Zealand

Oct 30, 2016

John West New Zealand blazes a trail by launching the first ever MSC (Marine Stewardship Council) certified canned skipjack tuna to Kiwi consumers

Sealord New Zealand launches MSC ecolabel on pack

Aug 28, 2013

Sealord New Zealand launches their commitment to use the Marine Stewardship Council ecolabel on pack with celebrity chef Tom Kime.

MSC and Sealord join forces to promote certified sustainable seafood

Jul 26, 2013

The MSC and Sealord reward Australia's school children for sharing their thoughts about sustainable fishing.

Fish & Co becomes Sydney's first MSC certified independent restaurant

Jul 11, 2013

Fish & Co, becomes NSW's first MSC Chain of Custody certified independent restaurant.

Partner press release: Anova Seafood brings first MSC certified tuna from Fiji to Europe

Apr 24, 2013

MSC certified Fiji Albacore Tuna on the European stage: international seafood supplier Anova Seafood brings the first MSC labeled tuna from Fiji to Europe.

Coast to coast celebrating Marine Stewardship Council Sustainable Seafood Day 2013

Mar 13, 2013

Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Australia celebrates Sustainable Seafood Day on March 15, 2013

New Zealand Hoki fishery achieves its third certification for a sustainable fishery

Sep 28, 2012

New Zealand Hoki Fishery, Deepwater Group, Whitefish, recertification, third certification, Intertek Moody, Fillet-o-fish

MSC announces recipients of new scholarship award

Jun 26, 2012

Chris Poonian from the University of Nottingham and Giulia Gorelli from the Institut de Ciences del Mar have each been awarded an MSC research grant.

Ross Sea toothfish longline fishery gains MSC certification

Nov 18, 2010

The Ross Sea Antarctic toothfish longline fishery has been awarded MSC certification following a rigorous, independent assessment against the MSC standard for sustainable and well-managed fisheries.