South African Hake Trawl Fishery Celebrates Fourth Certification to MSC Standard For Seafood Sustainability

Supported by government, industry and market stakeholders, the SA hake trawl fishery’s MSC status places it amongst the best managed fisheries in the world – helping to maintain its international market presence and deliver long-term socio-economic benefits to the South African people.

Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Helps Americans Cook Seafood that’s Good for People and the Planet with NEW Cookbook Featuring Recipes from Notable Chefs

February 5, 2021 Marine Stewardship Council

The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), a nonprofit whose sole mission is to end overfishing, today introduced a new resource designed to help Americans choose seafood that’s good for them, the ocean and the planet.

Third Indonesia Tuna Fishery Achieves MSC Certification

February 2, 2021 Marine Stewardship Council

MSC collaboration with Indonesian government has been a catalyst for real change on the water – with certification adding over 11,000 tonnes of sustainable yellowfin and skipjack tuna to U.S and European markets

Third Indonesia Tuna Fishery Achieves MSC Certified Sustainable Status

January 29, 2021 Marine Stewardship Council

The Indonesia pole-and-line and handline, skipjack and yellowfin tuna of Western and Central Pacific archipelagic waters is the third tuna fishery in Indonesia to meet the globally recognized standard for sustainable fishing, set by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), an environmental non-profit.

100% of Greenland Halibut Caught in the EU Now MSC Certified

Following a 13-month assessment, Doggerbank Seefischerei GmbH halibut fishery, off the west coast of Greenland has been certified to Marine Stewardship Council’s (MSC) sustainable fishing standards. The assessment was carried out by a four-member evaluation team headed by Control Union Pesca Ltd. All the fisheries catching Greenland halibut in the EU are now MSC-certified and are fishing sustainably.