Posted by Sarah Foster on Jul 19, 2017

SeaChoice has a new direction

Learn more about our initiatives to hold the supply chain accountable

SeaChoice is in the process of pivoting into our next decade of work to continue to improve the sustainability of seafood produced in, and imported into, Canada. After achieving significant progress in the retail landscape between 2006 and 2016, with many of our retail partners reaching their sustainable seafood commitments, SeaChoice is setting a new […]

SeaChoice disagrees with the decision by the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch program to consider farmed salmon certified by the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) as a “Good Alternative”. Seafood Watch published its new recommendation on June 5th, following a benchmarking review of the ASC’s Salmon Standard. The Seafood Watch benchmarking suggests that salmon farmed on […]

Posted by Sarah Foster on Apr 12, 2017

SeaChoice launches labelmyseafood.ca

(Please note that the job postings using the SeaChoice name and logo ARE NOT REAL. They are a scam, set-up to get personal information and money from applicants. If you have applied, and are concerned about how it might affect you – please get in touch with the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre.) SeaChoice has launched its […]

Posted by Sarah Foster on Mar 15, 2017

Canada scores an F in regulatory report

Canada’s seafood labelling regulations are insufficient. Businesses and consumers deserve to know more about the fish they buy. Our latest report found that Canada’s seafood labelling lags behind its primary trading partners (the EU and US) – we gave gave Canada an “F” for its failing seafood labelling regulations. The full report can be downloaded […]

Posted by Sarah Foster on Mar 10, 2017

Canadians want better labelling for their seafood

((Please note that the recent job posting for a mechanical engineer, using the SeaChoice name and logo, IS NOT REAL. It is a scam, set-up to get personal information and money from applicants. If you have applied, and are concerned about how it might affect you – please get in touch with the Canadian Anti-Fraud […]

Posted by Sarah Foster on Jan 31, 2017

Are you eating seafood in the dark?

((Please note that the recent job posting for a mechanical engineer, using the SeaChoice name and logo, IS NOT REAL. It is a scam, set-up to get personal information and money from applicants. If you have applied, and are concerned about how it might affect you – please get in touch with the Canadian Anti-Fraud […]

Posted by Sarah Foster on Jan 30, 2017

Eating seafood in the dark?

Demand better labelling for healthier oceans

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