SeaChoice: Major Grocers Flunk on Farmed Salmon Sustainability

May 26, 2023 SeaChoice 

Open-net pen farmed salmon remains the Achilles heel for Canadian grocers’ sustainable seafood commitments. Nearly all received failing scores for their lack of progress to remove farmed salmon from their stores or take actions to improve their sourcing, according to SeaChoice’s latest Seafood Progress report.  

SeaChoice: Major Seafood Companies Need Less Talk, More Walk on Sustainability

April 27, 2023 SeaChoice 

A new SeaChoice report shows which seafood brands are laggers and which are leaders in social and sustainability commitments. The 2023 Seafood Progress report examines 13 multinational companies as they gather at the Global Seafood Expo to promote their seafood brands.

Get More Sustainable for World Oceans Day

June 7, 2022 SeaChoice

This World Oceans Day, SeaChoice calls on Canadian grocers to accelerate their sustainable seafood and social responsibility efforts, following the release of the watchdog’s latest Seafood Progress report. 

Major Report on Sustainability of Seafood Brands

May 4, 2022 SeaChoice

Canadian shoppers will now be able to judge whether the companies that supply their every day seafood items – from canned tuna to frozen fish sticks – are actually walking the walk or are just talking the talk when it comes to sustainable seafood, thanks to a new report by watchdog SeaChoice.

B.C. Farmed Salmon Sustainability Rating Downgraded To “Avoid” Due to Wild Salmon Impacts, While Nova Scotia Rating Plagued by Lack of Public Information.

December 7, 2021 SeaChoice

U.S.-based Seafood Watch’s sustainability ratings of Canadian farmed salmon is a win for West Coast wild salmon but problematic for those on the East Coast, according to SeaChoice, Canada’s sustainable seafood watchdog.