Traceability

Traceability

Illegal, unmonitored fishing constitutes 30% of fish quantities yearly.[1] This often affects species whose stocks already suffer badly from overfishing. It also threatens the livelihood of every person whose existence depends on healthy oceans and their prosperity....
Making the right choice

Making the right choice

Look out for the MSC certificate for sustainable fishing or the ASC certificate for responsible fish farming when buying fish. In the densely oversized product range, certificates, or labels, provide dependable guidance and help in decision-making. When it comes to...
A huge industry and its future

A huge industry and its future

Fish and seafood are among the most traded goods in the world and are important for the food security of our planet. On one planet, where over 800 million people are affected by malnutrition and the population is expected to grow by a further two billion by 2050 to...
Sustainable pangasius from Vietnam – a WWF showcase project

Sustainable pangasius from Vietnam – a WWF showcase project

Pangasius: inexpensive, boneless and neutral in taste – criteria that make this fish a popular, versatile cooking ingredient. Yet few fish are so disputed. A WWF project aims to make the entire supply chain sustainable. 85% of pangasius comes from Vietnam – the...