Maine’s Lobster Industry is Feeling the Pinch

September 27, 2022 Economist

businesses on what marine life to eat, placed the Atlantic lobster on its “avoid” list. According to Seafood Watch, the lines used in lobster fishing can entangle the endangered North Atlantic right whale. Outraged Maine lobstermen say they have not had an entanglement with a right whale in nearly two decades.

Lobster Coming Off Menus After Seafood Watch Red-Lists It Over Fishing Danger to Whales

September 13, 2022 CBS Bay Area

Some retailers are taking lobster off the menu after an assessment from an influential conservation group that the seafood poses too much of a risk to rare whales and should be avoided.

Blumar Welcomes New Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch Rating For Chile’s Magallanes Region

December 23, 2021 BluGlacier

Blumar has welcomed the latest rating from Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch®, showing a positive progress to its “yellow list” as a good alternative for farmed Atlantic salmon from Chile’s Magallanes region. This is a major milestone, that will help differentiate the Magallanes origin, including Blumar´s Laguna Blanca brand, as these lists have a strong influence on hundreds of professional seafood buyers and thousands of consumers. 

Monterey Bay Aquarium: Accelerating the Pace of Sustainable Aquaculture

July 15, 2019 Monterey Bay Aquarium

Over the past 20 years, our work on sustainable seafood, both farmed and wild, has changed and expanded. The seafood industry and governments worldwide now actively engage with us to improve how they fish, farm and manage their ocean resources. These new relationships are powerful and evolving every day.

Thai Union’s Chicken of the Sea Frozen Foods and Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch Announce Sri Lankan Blue Swimming Crab Rating Upgrade Through Their SeaChange IGNITE Collaboration

January 17, 2019 Perishable News

SeaChange® IGNITE announced the first product offering from its newly formed collaboration between Chicken of the Sea® and the Monterey Bay Aquarium. The Aquarium’s latest Seafood Watch update included a Good Alternative recommendation for Sri Lanka Blue Swimming Crab, which has been in a Fishery Improvement Project (FIP) designed to produce the advancements needed to meet or exceed a Good Alternative rating.