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. 

SeaChoice: Canadian Retailers are Not Doing Enough to Stop Human Rights Abuses in Seafood Supply Chains

June 30, 2021 SeaChoice

Despite years of accounts and exposés of slavery, forced labour, human trafficking and other human rights abuses in seafood supply chains, most Canadian retailers’ social responsibility commitments and actionscontinue to be inadequate and untraceable, according to SeaChoice’s fourth update on Seafood Progress, an online platform that profiles seafood commitments and practices of major Canadian retailers.

Aquaculture Certifications Exclude Local Stakeholders at Their Peril

May 6, 2021 SeaChoice

The lack of transparency and stakeholder inclusion in some of the largest aquaculture eco-certifications in the global seafood marketplace is a threat to their legitimacy, a new SeaChoice report finds.