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Fish & Kids wins environmental award

Nov 30, 2006

The Marine Stewardship Council’s (MSC) Fish & Kids project was recognised at the prestigious Green Awards last night in London.

Leading retailer rolls out sustainable seafood to Japan

Nov 20, 2006

Aeon introduces sustainable seafood range at 660 stores

Whole Foods Market brings back Patagonian toothfish

Sep 04, 2006

Whole Foods Market® Brings Back Patagonian Toothfish (Chilean Sea Bass) by Offering Product from Fishery Certified to meet Marine Stewardship Council Environmental Standard Antarctic Fishery is Only Toothfish Fishery in World To Receive MSC Certification, Whole Foods Market is First Retailer To Offer Sustainable Catch of Popular, Buttery Fish

ASDA to switch to MSC certified fish in all its stores within 3-5 years

Mar 28, 2006

ASDA announced today it was dramatically changing the way it sources fish, bringing its sustainable fish policy into line with its parent company Wal-Mart.

BRAIN FOOD: Brakes joins Marine Stewardship Council in pioneering sustainable fish on school menus

Dec 01, 2005

Leading foodservice company Brakes, the largest supplier of food to schools in the UK, has joined forces with the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) to deliver the MSC’s Fish & Kids project, which aims to offer sustainable seafood choices in schools in England.

New funding brings family focus to sustainable fishing

Jan 31, 2005

Lesson plans, lunch boxes, and new choices on children’s menus will be the targets of an exciting new food awareness project Fish ’n Kids to increase the amount of fish from sustainable sources served in homes, schools and family restaurants.

Leading Swedish processor launches sustainable alternative to cod

Aug 14, 2003

Yesterday Findus became the first Swedish processor to demonstrate their commitment to sustainable fishing by launching a hoki fish product certified to the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) environmental standard.

Marine Stewardship Council awards sustainability label to Alaska salmon

Sep 03, 2000

Today the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) announced that Alaska salmon is the first US fishery to be certified as sustainable